New teaching opportunity in Doha
We have an excellent opportunity for a KS2 Primary Teacher in Doha for January 2021.
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Why work in Doha, Qatar?
Qatar offers a welcoming, vibrant and cosmopolitan lifestyle that is equally suited to both young and older members of the profession alike. Proud of its hospitality and rich Arabic history, Doha is a very modern city of contrasts ranging from the fascinating Souq Waqif and Museum of Islamic Art to the towering skyscrapers of downtown West Bay and the ultramodern shopping malls that are liberally scattered across the capital city.
Aside from the greatest benefit of a tax free salary, Doha holds many advantages to those living there. First of all, it is the second safest city in the world. Whether you’re male or female, young or old, living in Doha is really easy living when it comes to safety. For example, getting a cab or walking the streets late at night is perfectly safe.
The culture of Doha is heavily wrapped up in food, as families and friends can be found dining at the city’s many restaurants and cafés. From brunch and high tea to casual eating or haute cuisine, you will find an enormous variety of food in the city.
There are many travel opportunities due to Doha’s location in the middle of the world, so if you are looking for a city that allows you to travel to other countries, this is it. Places like Goa, Colombo and Istanbul are all accessible in just a few hours, and if you are looking to explore the Middle East, cities like Amman, Muscat and Beirut are a short flight away.
Another benefit to relocating to Doha is the huge, flourishing expat community. You can make friends, who quickly become like family, with people from around the world. The expat community is tight knit but extremely welcoming to join.
The school has an extremely strong reputation within Qatar as one of the premier international schools in the country. Education is highly valued in Qatar, which means that the school enjoys working with extremely supportive parents and wonderfully enthusiastic and highly motivated students.
The Early Years department utilises a well-established continuous provision style of curriculum which rolls over into KS1 offers a thematic curriculum alongside specialist lessons for Arabic, Islamic Studies, PE and Music. The school’s class teachers are highly trained in programmes such as Talk 4 Writing and Read-Write-Inc. and these are utilised to enrich the curriculum provision.
Package and Benefits of this role
- Competitive tax free salary (DOE)
- Free medical care
- Fully furnished accommodation
- Return airfare
- Transport allowance
Requirements of this role
• Hold a good bachelor’s degree and PGCE qualification from a reputable UK university.
• Have experience of teaching the English National Curriculum at your chosen year level.
• Demonstrate good knowledge or understanding of Linked or continuous provision.
• Be keen to develop your career, supported by our world-class professional development.
• Genuinely love what you do – showing plenty of enthusiasm, creativity and energy.
• Be a real team player, always prepared to go the extra mile and support your colleagues
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