UAE Charter Schools Jobs In Abu Dhabi,UAE | Guardian Jobs

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UAE Charter Schools Jobs In Abu Dhabi,UAE | Guardian Jobs


Calling All Passionate Educators! SeekTeachers is working with various Charter Schools in the UAE and looking for the very best talent to join for January 2024 and August 2024 – Join us at the UAE Charter School Recruitment Fair in the United Arab Emirates – PLEASE NOTE THIS IS BY INVITE ONLY AS LONG AS YOU MEET THE CRITERIA BELOW – IT WILL NOT BE AN OPEN EVENT! 

Types of teachers we are looking for:

  • Early Childhood (Cycle 1)
  • Lower Primary (Cycle 1)
  • Upper Primary (Cycle 1)
  • Secondary Maths (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • Secondary English (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • Secondary Science (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • Secondary PE (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • Secondary Humanities (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • Secondary Art (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • Secondary Music (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • Secondary Art (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • Secondary ICT (Cycle 2 or 3)
  • MUST have a FIRST DEGREE in line with your subject area (e.g. Primary Teacher must have a B.Ed in Primary, Maths Teacher must have a BSc in Maths or equivalent – NO FLEXIBILITY ON THIS)
  • MUST have a minimum of 2 years of teaching experience
  • Valid teaching license and certification Fluency in English; Arabic an advantage Patience, energy, creativity, and love for children Up to date with modern pedagogy Competent in using technology
Salary Package

  • TAX-FREE salary from 10,000 AED to 16,000 AED per month, based on qualifications and experience
  • FREE Housing allowance based on family status
  • FREE medical insurance for teacher, spouse, and up to 3 children
  • FREE visa for teacher, spouse, and up to 3 children
  • FREE annual flights for teacher, spouse, and up to 3 children
  • FREE Tuition allowance of 15,000 AED per annum (up to 2 children)
  • Gratuity Bonus Pay
  • A 2-year contract which is renewable

To apply for this job please visit

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