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Sahara International School is a growing school and as such, there are always opportunities opening up for young and enthusiastic individuals who are seeking to work at a school community that is warm, friendly and committed to school’s vision of making education relevant for the 21st century, an environment which is vibrant and dynamic and which will utilize and enhance their teaching skills.

 

 

With an annual staff turnover of between 8% to 10%, our school enjoys very stable staffing levels. This is a reflection of the fact that teachers enjoy working at Sahara.

If you join the team at Sahara you can expect to work hard, but be well remunerated for your efforts. Whilst it may be a cliché, we really do seek to appoint energetic committed teachers that have a real passion for teaching. We seek people that teach for understanding and not simply to a test score; that are well versed in the use of technology in learning; and critically who have a keen support for the philosophies and practices connected to international mindedness and life-long learning.

 

 

We are keen to appoint candidates that we consider as being ‘Teacher Plus’. These are educationalists that see their job as extending beyond the classroom and harbour a willingness to offer something extra to the school community.

 

To apply, you just need to submit a current CV to the following email: careers@saharaschools.com or apply through the "Apply Online" section from "Careers" menu.

 

If there is a vacancy and your CV is promising, we will contact you.
 

 


 

 
 
 
 
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