International K-12 Teachers for Hire

Teach in Abu Dhabi Public Schools!
Teach Away in Abu Dhabi, UAE! Teach Away is currently hiring teachers to participate in one of the world's largest education reform initiatives. Teachers at the Primary level (KG-5th grade) will teach English, Math, and Science, while those at the middle level (6-8th grade) will teach one of those subjects. Teachers at the secondary level (10th-12th grade) will teach English Language Arts.
The education system in Abu Dhabi is being revamped to create a more student-centered learning environment. In addition, the language of instruction is being changed from Arabic to English for the subjects of English, Math, and Science. Those educators motivated to take on this challenge will be rewarded with lucrative benefits, and the rewarding feeling of helping shape a nation's educational strategy.
Job Details
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Monthly Salary:
AED 12,300-20,400 tax-free (approximately $3350-$5500 USD)
Contract Duration:
2 years
Estimated Start Date:
August 2015
Working Hours:
00, Sunday to Thursday
Teaching Benefits
Return airfare provided for candidate, spouse, and up to 3 dependants
Single housing provided (furnished or furniture allowance given)
Health insurance:
Provided for candidate, spouse, and up to 3 dependants
Visa Sponsorship:
Sponsored by the school
Summer vacation; national holidays
1 month salary per year completion bonus; 2-5 foreign teachers per school; tax-free salary; annual flight allowance
Bachelor's Degree
Teaching License (registration with a state educator certification body)
Minimum 2 years of experience in the relevant level/ subject
How to Apply
Qualified applicants should apply online at http:
About Teach Away Inc.
As a global educational recruitment firm, Teach Away Inc. offers a wide range of international teaching and educational administration jobs. Each year thousands of teachers explore the world and experience a new culture through Teach Away's international teaching programs.
For more information please visit www.teachaway.com.

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