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|ENGLISH TEACHERS with QTS for Primary / Secondary Schools in BRUNEI
GLOBAL RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS (UK) Ltd
|Primary and Secondary Teaching positions for BRUNEI|
We are now recruiting English Teachers for BRUNEI. (British, South African, Australian, Canadian, NZ) to teach in Brunei Government Schools. As a Primary or Secondary Teacher, you will be working alongside local teachers.
These positions are for an immediate start and so you will need to be in the UK for the visa / medical process.
You will be able to bring your family over once the probationary period of 3 months is over.
The interviews will be conducted by telephone and job offers are usually made within 10 working days of the interview.
APPLY NOW !!!!!
Please email :
CV (word document)- pls confirm on your cv that you are able to start asap
Scanned copy of passport
Degree + ESL Teaching qualification
Please quote : riyadh.ng.esl in the subject box
|(For these positions, the Ministry of Education have certain requirements which we must follow with regards to educational backgrounds).|
Although these are English Teaching positions, the Ministry of Education will only accept candidates with one of the following Qualifications. Teachers need to meet the following requirements, which are NOT negotiable: All teachers applying will need to have the following. Online / correspondence Degrees and Teaching Qualifications will not be accepted for these positions.
BA + PGCE , Dip education, DTLLS - (or other teaching qualifications which allow teachers to work in Secondary Schools ). If you have a TEFL/CELTA, it is only acceptable providing you have one of the above formal Teaching qualifications.
Bachelors Education is acceptable without other qualifications
o Degrees must be obtained from a university in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa or UK and to have completed your basic and tertiary education in one of these countries
o Qualified teacher status in the form of a B Ed, Dip Ed, Dip Teaching, DTLLS or PGCE are essential - without these qualifications you will not be able to get a visa and therefore we will be unable to submit your application
o A minimum of three years relevant classroom-teaching experience after qualifying as a teacher. Applicants must also have at least one year recent FULL TIME relevant classroom-teaching experience. This should include students aged 5-6 yrs for primary teachers and 11-18 yrs for secondary teachers. Relevant subjects are English/Literacy or a combination of these plus Humanities. Secondary teachers also need to have one years EFL/ESL experience
All teachers must have a current driving licence and must be willing to drive in Brunei or be able to rely upon someone in their household who can drive.
Unfortunately, there are Government regulations in Brunei which must be followed with regards to the following :
o For Primary Teachers - Under 52 years of age at start of contract (Bruneian government regulation)
o For Secondary Teachers - Under 55 years of age at start of contract (Bruneian government regulation)
|PACKAGE & BENEFITS|
The Average Monthly Salary is $USD 3300 5200 depending on qualifications and experience with an additional one sixth of salary (ie four months) paid on completion of the two year contract. The benefits package is extensive and teachers enjoy the following:
Free or heavily subsidised spacious furnished accommodation
Return airfares and baggage allowance
Annual flight allowances
Heavily subsidised private education in Brunei at schools approved by our client (ages 5-18) for up to 2 children or 3 children for teaching couples
Allowances for accompanying spouse and up to two children until they start primary school
Thorough pre-departure Briefing and Orientation Course in Brunei before taking up teaching duties
In-service Cambridge ICELT course
Malay language and ICT training
Education Centres with libraries, teaching resources with computer/internet facilities
Professional, administrative, housing and welfare support
Interest-free car loan
Subsidised private group health insurance scheme
Settling in allowance USD$400 - USD$1,300
Brunei has a list of accredited universities and will only accept degrees from those universities. The MoE does not accept any qualifications granted by any Open Universities. Distance qualifications are not accepted for any initial degrees. A Post Graduate Certificate in Education completed as a distance learning course will also be rejected.
Teachers on sabbatical/extended leave should not be out of the classroom for more than 6 months.
MoE will not approve applications from teachers with extended career breaks unless it is for maternity leave or child care.
Teachers must be Native English Speakers and must hold a passport from one of the following Countries: UK, S.Africa, Australia, Canada and NZ.
Brunei operates a four term year, each of 10/11 weeks, with a 10 day or 2 week holiday between each term and then 4 or 5 weeks in December. The school year comprises a total of about 200 days.
The weekend falls on a Friday and Sunday (Saturday is a work day)
The Ministry of Education will not accept visa applications unless teachers meet the above requirements.
APPLY NOW !!!!
Email your c.v. in word document Please send us a fully detailed c.v. with your experience AND supporting documents.
Please write your Name + Nationality in the Subject box + Brunei Teaching posts
DUE to the high volume of applicants for these positions, we apologize but we can only reply to those who meet the above requirements.
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