KIES are looking to recruit a Chemistry Teacher to join their international team of teachers. The role offers a generous tax free salary which will allow you to save a tax free sum each month. Other benefits include accommodation allowance, free flights, bonus and health cover.
Kuwait International English School is part of the Al Rayan group of schools and is situated in Hawally. The school has approximately 600 students and aims to provide teaching and learning in a family atmosphere.
KIES follow the British Curriculum adapted to suit the needs of our students from Kindergarten to Year 12. All students follow the IGCSE programme from Year 10 and many students continue their programme of study to AS/A level which allows them to apply to many British and other Universities around the globe.
Pupils in the Secondary school are encouraged to be independent learners addressing various learning styles. Students work individually, in groups and as classes in various different learning environments within the school. All classrooms in the secondary department are equipped with interactive whiteboards and the students have access to a computer laboratory. KIES facilities include a library, two indoor gymnasiums, music room, art room, computer suites, 4 purpose built science labs and abundant teaching resources.
Kuwait has the fifth largest oil reserves in the world. The export of oil and petroleum products has made it the eleventh richest country in per capita terms. With the enormous oil revenues, the government provides Kuwait’s citizens with extensive social welfare services, employment and housing.
Its booming economy has made it a popular destination for migrant workers and expatriates. Currently, Kuwaitis only make up just over one third of the total population of Kuwait. The other two thirds consist of immigrant groups from India, Egypt, Bangladesh, Syria and many other countries. In Kuwait, you’ll join a large, professional expat community.
Kuwait is basically surrounded by desert. The average annual rainfall is about 115 mm. During the summer months, temperatures can climb up to 50° C in the shade. Nevertheless, extensive use of air-conditioning makes expat life in Kuwait bearable even for those who are not used to the heat. However, do not forget to pack some coats for the winter, too. Temperatures can be as low as 0° C in the winter.
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