Are you excited about collaborating with forward thinking teachers and operational staff in a school that deeply values reflective practice, failing forward and designing for a sustainable future? If so we invite your application for our open positions below. Experience in International Education is not necessary We will also keep your application on file if no position is available in your specialist area right now.
Secondary School Social and Emotional Counsellor (starting date is August 1, 2023 / this is a maternity leave cover and ends on 30.06.2024)
Note: Maternity/paternity leaves of absence, as well as unexpected absences through illness make it necessary for us to have a pool of cover teachers at all times. Work can be full or part time.
To apply, please use the position title as your subject heading and send your resume, cover letter and a philosophy of education as one attachment to our recruitment email address (recruitment(at)is-hr.de). We look forward to hearing from you!
Working at ISHR
We care about your professional growth and offer you the opportunity to expand your leadership expertise. Above all, we aim to make coming to work an enriching and professionally satisfying experience. Hannover is a wonderful, family-friendly city and ours is a great school offering many opportunities. We warmly welcome you to apply to join our students and staff from more than 60 different countries speaking over 50 languages.
To learn more about what it’s like to work at ISHR, please see the guide below:
Our Relocation Service
We will support you with relocating to Hannover, including flights, accommodation, and work visa if needed. After your arrival we will accompany you to the German authorities for all necessary documents including your work and residence permit and official registration in Hannover. Furthermore, we will organize health insurance for you and your family.
We will prepare and organise everything needed for you to make your start here in Hannover as easy as possible!
Diversity and Inclusion
ISHR is actively committed to employing a diverse workforce. We practice a full non-discriminatory policy in all school-administered programs and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender identity, national and ethnic origin, age, refugee status, disability, religion or sexual orientation in any our admissions, educational and employment policies, programs, and practices. Staff representing non-european cultures and heritages are encouraged to apply. Experience in International Education is not necessary. Simply, we are looking for great teachers that represent a diversity of experiences and viewpoints.
ISHR is committed to the safety of its students by creating a culture of transparency and speaking out against unsafe practices around children. The school culture is one that exposes inappropriate behaviours in relation to children thus preventing opportunities for any individuals to take advantage of young people.
Our Child Safeguarding and Protection Handbook and Staff Code of Conduct can be found at this link.
Aligned with the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection, we hold ourselves to a high standard of effective recruiting practices with specific attention to child protection.
Compensation and Benefits
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. Click here to learn more about our salary scale, contracts, reimbursements, accommodation and settling in support, tuition for dependents, and more.
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