International School in Saudi Arabia
We are now holding interviews for female Academic Supervisors for our modern international schools in Riyadh and Dammam in Saudi Arabia. Our international schools offer educational opportunities for Saudi and international students. The schools consist of separate facilities for boys and girls. Modern classrooms create a positive learning environment.
Central to this position will be directing the planning, development, field-testing, and evaluation of curriculum, this includes determining what materials will be covered in different classes and how it will best be presented. You will also manage the textbook adoption process and determine the number of faculty needed in each level of the school.
In addition, you will assist with the professional development of the faculty in this role, which will involve educating the faculty on the latest technology and performing reviews of existing curriculum plans. The Academic Supervisor will also supervise the development of instructional guidelines, policies, regulations, and official notices.
You will responsible for reviewing faculty performance and ensuring the very highest standards are met. A large chunk of time is also spent between our schools within the district and the cities.
Our school follows the Comprehensive Common Core Curriculum from the US. We use Pearson’s Reading Street, Envision Math and Interactive Science programs to provide scripted direct, whole group, small group and individual level instruction to our students.
Our school is comprised of mostly Saudi students who are eager to learn and have extremely supportive parents. We try to adhere to our school mission of creative thinking, valuing diversity, instilling a passion for education and respecting diversity.
Saudi Arabia or the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the birth place and spiritual home of Islam. With a land area of over 2.1 million square kilometers, it is the largest Arab state in Western Asia and a runner up when it comes to size in the Arab world after Algeria. Its neighboring countries are Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Yemen. It has a population of over 30.7 million.
The oil-rich nation has a lot of beautiful places to offer, its greatest treasure is its rock hewn Mada’in Saleh, a pre-Islamic archaeological site which can be found in the Al-Ula sector within the Al Madinah Region. Jeddah has an enchanting old city made of corals and is also the gateway to the holy cities, Mecca and Medina.
If you are a diving enthusiast, the Red Sea has a magnificent local marine life which is well maintained since there are rules and regulations governing this area. Other wonders are the mud-brick ruins of Dir’aiyah and the plunging landscapes of the Asir Mountains.
-Maximum 48 work hours per week
-Maximum 5 teaching hours per week
-Direct the planning, development, field-testing, and evaluation of curriculum
-Manage the textbook adoption process
-Assist with the professional development of the faculty in this role
-Reviewing faculty performance
-Excellent salary: 14,235 Saudi Riyal (approx. 3,700 USD) tax free
-Fully furnished apartment (two bedroom/two baths; shared living, dining and kitchen)
-Yearly round trip airfare provided to city of recruitment
-Legal work visa provided
-Paid holidays: 3x one week holidays during school semester plus 30 – 60 days paid summer leave (varies from year to year)
-Transportation as needed to and from the school
-Plus shopping buses several times a week
-Basic medical insurance coverage provided
-End of service bonus
-Native English speaker from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa or Ireland
-Master’s degree or higher (Education degree preferred)
-TEFL or teaching certificate preferred
-At least 2 years of school management experience (prefer experience with American curriculum)
-Professional, enthusiastic, culturally aware
There are no costs whatsoever for the entire recruitment process.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.