Our professional, supportive and tremendously successful secondary team was recently certified one of the best in the world by British Schools Overseas (BSO).
We are now looking for an outstanding Secondary Maths Teacher to join us for the start of the 2022 academic year.
If you are a UK-qualified teacher with experience of delivering the national curriculum of England – and you have a creative, positive, and professional attitude – we would love to hear from you.
As part of the secondary team, you will be responsible for planning and delivering the best quality Maths lessons to engage and challenge your students. You will have high standards and expectations in every element of your work.
To be considered for a vacancy, you should:
- Hold relevant qualifications, including a good bachelor’s degree in Maths or a closely related subject, plus a PGCE.
- Have experience of teaching Maths at Key Stages 3 and 4 (Key Stage 5 desirable).
- Have extensive experience working in a similar school environment and raising outcomes for students of all academic levels.
- Be keen to develop your career, supported by our world-class professional development opportunities.
- Genuinely love what you do – showing enthusiasm, creativity, and energy.
- Be a real team player, always prepared to go the extra mile, spread positivity, and support your colleagues as we reach our goal: to become the best International School in the world.
We can also consider applications from outstanding newly qualified teachers (NQTs), whom we can support through to award of Qualified Teacher Status.
QIS is one of the best international schools both in the nation of Qatar and in the wider Middle East region – we are one of only three schools in the world to hold BSO’s ‘Gold Standard’.
Our 2020 BSO report wrote:
‘The school is highly effective in enabling all students to develop their personal skills and qualities. Students are thoughtful, well behaved, treat others with respect and have well developed social skills.’
‘The school is held in high regard by the wider community and parents. Students are proud to be members of the school and value the opportunities it provides.’
‘Positive relationships between staff and students create a learning environment where students feel safe and valued. Students are engaged and interested in their learning.’
We follow the latest National Curriculum for England, and all our non-Arabic teachers have either taught or been trained under the UK system. We have about 2,000 students ranging from 3 to 18 years of age.
We provide an outstanding education to all our students, who regularly achieve some of the best results in the world.
We offer a generous tax-free package including:
- A friendly, supportive environment in one of the best British International Schools in the world – CIS fast-track accredited and one of only three globally to hold the British Schools Overseas (BSO) Gold Award.
- World-class training and development opportunities.
- Highly competitive monthly salary.
- Free furnished private accommodation with all utility bills paid.
- Free return flights home each year.
- Generous paid annual leave.
- Free school places, flights, and medical insurance for children.
- Allowances for extra baggage and legal documents.
- Comprehensive private medical insurance for Qatar and your home country.
- Enhanced end-of-service gratuity package for long servers.
- Unlimited sunshine in the World Cup 2022 host nation – consistently ranked as one of the world’s wealthiest and safest countries!
Application and interview
We don’t believe in long, pointless application forms! We just need you to send us your CV and a covering letter that explains why you want to join us at Qatar International School, and what you can bring to the team.
Initial interviews may be conducted online, or face-to-face if the candidate is in Qatar. Successful candidates will be fully supported all the way through to their joining day – and far beyond.
Unfortunately, due to the high volume of excellent applications we receive for such a small number of vacancies, we are unable to notify those who have not been shortlisted.