Working at SMIC School
Our teachers are well supported through a system of collaboration and professional development. With a carefully planned teaching schedule, teachers are provided time during the work day to plan and develop their craft. Professional Learning Communities in both grade levels and subject areas allow teachers time to collaborate and align curriculum and resources both vertically and horizontally. School wide professional development is strategically planned by our Professional Development Director to align with our school goals.
For outbound faculty, world-wide medical insurance; annual airfare subsidy for employee; subsidized partially furnished housing, partially subsidized SMIC tuition for qualified dependent children, annual retention bonus, free school lunches during school days, local taxes for most foreign teachers is substantially reduced through a government approved tax reduction system. The school also covers all approved work visa fees.
In our International elementary, teachers work with up to 25 students in each class. In the International middle/high school, academic classes are limited to a maximum number of 30 students.
Teachers must have a bachelor’s in teaching degree (or in a related subject area) and teaching license. Three years of full-time teaching experience in a regular school. Job descriptions list specific skills’ and requirements for each position.