Approximately 100 teachers and 50 administrative staff, the majority of whom are from the U.S., the U.K., and Germany, work at ISF. The school’s German, French, Spanish, Korean, and Japanese teachers are all native speakers. Some teachers have been working at the school since it first opened in 1995.
At ISF, we are proud to have a committed and talented staff to serve the needs of our diverse student body. Please consult our fact sheets for applicants at: http://applicants.sabis.net/isf/
If you would like to apply for one of our advertised vacancies or would be interested in applying for a future vacancy, please send your CV and a cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit careers.sabis.net to register and view available positions.
The ideal candidate must be computer literate (mainly MS Office), native English speaker (if possible German too), full time, 30 days holiday, starting date August 1.
Below are some of the reasons why our staff enjoy working at ISF:
“The ISF Kenya Project is a perfect example of what can be achieved if students, teachers, staff, and parents work together as a team. The Chitsanze Primary School building and compound in Kenya is nearly finished. This would not have happened without the cooperation of the entire ISF community. I am proud to say that everyone at ISF has helped to build a primary school for a community less financially fortunate than ours. From the cleaning staff to the ISF School Director, every single person has helped in one way or another. It is my sincere hope that we can do it again in the future and build the Chitsanze Secondary School.”
-- Head of Intensive English from the U.K.
“I like the SABIS Student Life Organization® because it allows us to engage in a wide range variety of activities with the students including academic projects, fun activities, and field trips to name a few.”
-- SLO® Coordinator from Canada
“One of my most favorite things about working at ISF is that despite all the different languages, cultures, backgrounds, and perspectives the staff and students find ways to positively interact with each other. It is through these interactions that a safe and nurturing community is built. I appreciate that I get to be a part of this community.”
-- Primary School Teacher from U.S.A
“What I like about working at ISF is the welcoming, helpful community. It has been an easy integration process thanks to the great staff, students, and parents’ network.”
-- Secondary School Teacher from the U.S.
“The school is my home away from home.”
-- Lower Primary Coordinator from Australia