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IST aims to recruit quality teachers from around the world and we carefully consider every application to identify the top candidates best suited to every position. As part of our salary and benefits package, IST provides extensive support, a collaborative environment, and professional development opportunities.
DP Economics and MYP Math Teacher
IST is looking for an experienced and qualified Economics teacher for its IBDP students, with additional experience of teaching Mathematics to MYP students. Previous experience of teaching in an international environment will be considered a plus. Availability from August 2021. Initial contract: 2 school years. Due to the long and demanding Visa application process for non-EU citizens, we will only be able to consider applications from candidates holding EU passports. Interested candidates should send an updated CV, motivation letter, and contact details of three referees to firstname.lastname@example.org (REF. Economics)
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