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The International School of Paris is the first IB continuum school in France, and offers the IB Programmes throughout the school: the IB Primary Years Programme, the IB Middle Years Programme and the IB Diploma Programme. The school is accredited by CIS/NEASC and draws on its considerable experience and expertise to offer an academically challenging, socially engaged and culturally rich education for 700 students in the heart of one of the world’s most important cities.

 

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Learning Continuum Director

Title: Learning Continuum Director Line Manager

School Associations: Head of School / Principals / IB Coordinators

Position Overview: The Learning Continuum Director is responsible to the Head of School, in collaboration with the two ISP Principals, for the development, implementation and oversight of curriculum, teaching and learning, and assessment in both school sections (Primary and Secondary) as well as parent information, communication and training. The Primary and Secondary Principals are responsible for teaching and learning within their section of the school. The Learning Continuum Director is positioned at the same level as the Principals on the ISP Organisational Chart, sharing this responsibility and working collaboratively with the Educational Leadership Team, to also include the Head of School and three IB Programme Coordinators.

Teaching and Learning at ISP: ISP holds the prestigious IB World School status and is the first school in Paris fully authorised to offer the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme and Diploma Programme. As a member school of the IB global learning community, we share a common commitment to the goals and standards of the IB, which complement those of ISP. The three programmes - PYP, MYP and DP - encourage students' academic advancement and promote their development as active and compassionate community members.

We strongly promote an inquiry-based approach and we recognise the importance of a meaningful, relevant and engaging curriculum that connects students to real-world contexts for their learning. We are keenly aware of the need to adapt our teaching and learning model to respond to the needs of our students in a world of fast-paced change. As a fully authorised IB World School, ISP follows the philosophy and guidelines laid out by the International Baccalaureate, including its commitment to international education. The IB learner profile runs across all three IB programmes and, is central to the definition of what it means to be internationally-minded.

A Unique School/Three Campuses: ISP is quite unique as one school but with three campuses. A Primary School site, a Middle School (Grade 6 to 9) site and a High School (Grade 10 to 12) site. This provides opportunities for tailored delivery of the three IB programmes. The campuses are all approximately ten minutes walking distance. At the same time this also creates some unique management, organisational, logistical and programme continuity complexities.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing to a wide range of audience.
  • IT literate and experience in worthwhile use of technology for learning.
  • Have undertaken training in the area of Research and / or led their own Research projects.
  • Embrace, articulate, model and implement the ISP Vision, Mission and Guiding Statements (as well as a set of measurement tools) across the school and into all learning programmes.
  • Write (lead), implement, measure and review the educational component of the ISP Strategic Plan with the Principals, IB Coordinators and those involved in the strategic planning cycle.
  • With the support of the SLT and Principals, ensure development and adoption of a definition for high quality learning as well as a set of measurementtools for evaluating and report against it.
  • Employ and deliver the specific concepts of a Growth Mindset with staff as the basis for engagement, team work, decision making and change management for all job description developments.
  • Lead, in collaboration with the Principals, IB coordinators, grade-level teams and departments the vertical and horizontal articulation of all educational programme as well as the central storage of all documents.
  • Lead and coordinate, in collaboration with the Principals and IB Coordinators, the transitions between the three IB programmes as well as specific transitioning events for students and parents.
  • Establish and lead the School's data analysis cycle regarding the effectiveness of educational programmes and student performance including results of any standardised testing programmes.
  • Lead, in collaboration with the Principals, IB coordinators, the development and review of the school Assessment Policy, associated reporting strategies and alignment of reports to families.
  • Act as the school accreditation coordinator (CIS, NEASC, IB) to include management of annual reporting, community opinion surveys, the self-study and coordination of accreditation visits.
  • Study, evaluate and as appropriate, recommend to the Head of School and Principals, the adoption of new instructional programmes, methodologies and resources (best practice developments).
  • Facilitate, in collaboration with applicable colleagues, the planning and implementation of the educational programme for English language learners, special education and enrichment programmes.
  • Lead, with the support of the Research Centre Steering Committee, the implementation of initiatives and programmes designed to link complexity, inquiry and research into classrooms and learning programmes.
  • Take responsibility for all professional development programmes, including organisation of in-service days, in-house workshops, conference attendees and presenters.
  • Act as a leader in professional learning, presenting workshops to faculty and other audiences where appropriate (staff, parents, students).
  • Implement an annual schedule of cross school curriculum / special events and parent learning workshop programme into annual calendars.
  • Manage the annual review cycle, updating and writing of all Curriculum Handbooks (PYP, MYP, DP) with the Principals and IB Coordinators.
  • Perform other appropriate duties as assigned by the Head of School.

Qualifications: Advanced degree in Education and / or Educational Administration, minimum Master’s Degree in education.

Preferred Skills, Dispositions and Experience:

  • International Baccalaureate training and leadership experience in PYP, MYP and / or DP.
  • A strong understanding and experience of general curriculum and current theories and practice of pedagogy and assessment.
  • Experience in working as a member of a senior leadership group.
  • A skillful and experienced coach of teaching and learning with a focus on developing growth mindsets.
  • Proven skills in strategic planning, international accreditation process.
  • Proven skills and abilities as a visionary who demonstrates leadership, resourcefulness, flexibility and creativity in identifying innovative solutions.
  • Excellent administrative and organizational skills.
  • Self-sufficient, independent, flexible, resourceful and able to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to establish effective working relationships with staff, students, parents and community members.

Contract terms and conditions: The Learning Continuum Director will be working 212 days from September to August. The position requires flexible hours to accommodate evening/weekend meetings and events. The salary will be competitive and depend on experience and qualifications.

Preferred starting date: August 2019

Please send a two-page maximum curriculum vitae, a two-page maximum cover letter, and names and e-mail addresses of three professional referees including your current line manager to jobs@isparis.edu by March 22 NB: Candidate’s background investigation will be completed prior to final approval of employment

Full-time Middle School Mathematics Teacher (CDI)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is full-time for a permanent contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

Part-time (50%) Middle School PHE Teacher (CDI)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is part-time for a permanent contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

Full-time Middle School English Teacher (CDI)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is full-time for a permanent contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

Full-time Middle School French Teacher (CDI)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is full-time for a permanent contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

Full-time Secondary School Learning Support Teacher (CDI)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is full-time for a permanent contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

Full-time Secondary School PSE Teacher (with the possibility of being PSE Coordinator) (CDI)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is full-time for a permanent contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

Part-time (60%) Secondary School Spanish Teacher (CDD)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is part-time fixed-term contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

Part-time (60%) Secondary School EAL Teacher (CDD)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is part-time fixed-term contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

Full-time Secondary School Physics Teacher (CDD)

This job description should be read in conjunction with the teacher's contract.

The teachers are at the core of the work of the school. Each teacher is responsible for the education of the students in his/her class(es). In addition, it is the role of each teacher to be sure that all students are safe, secure and properly supervised at all times.

A teacher’s duties include to:

  • work collegially with their departmental team to support the school’s vision, mission and philosophy; support the school’s curricular and philosophical commitments as an IB World School; and to assist the team in meeting its planning goals
  • work to ensure that at all times the school’s curriculum provides a safe, supportive learning environment for students, teachers and all other members of the ISP community
  • help promote a culture where diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, exercise leadership and strive for academic excellence
  • work with colleagues, students and the school community to create a thriving, dynamic, aspirational, academic culture
  • assume responsibility for the effective delivery of the agreed curriculum to the students in his/her class(es)
  • be informed about the aims and curriculum of the area in which he/she teaches
  • develop the content of courses in relation to the school's philosophy, objectives and appropriate IBO recognized programs
  • provide a welcoming, safe, and secure classroom environment, at all times, for all children in his/her care
  • select the lesson content and activities which are appropriate to the needs of each student in his/her class(es), in relation to the school’s philosophy and objectives and in the light of the agreed curriculum. The expectations for the delivery of these are spelled out in the appraisal documents 
  • be aware that the appraisal documents encompass what is expected of teachers in relation to their teaching practices
  • maintain appropriate records of work covered in all his/her class(es). This includes
    • assessment records
    • progress records
    • classroom planning records (such as a daily planner)
    • curriculum planning, as designated
    • attendance information
    • curriculum scope and sequence
  • correct all student assignments regularly and promptly
  • meet IB deadlines (both internal and external) for the submission of student coursework
  • meet all internal deadlines for the production of school reports
  • inform parents of students' progress by way of report cards and, where necessary, letters or individual meetings
  • be available for all parent-teacher conferences
  • attend all relevant meetings, including planning meetings
  • submit to Secondary Principal copies of all letters sent to parents
  • keep him/herself informed, by way of personal files, of all factors relevant to each student
  • be familiar with new developments and methods in the teaching of his/her field
  • ensure appropriate behavior of students in class and around the school
  • keep the Wellbeing Team and Homeroom teachers informed about student absence, lateness or discipline problems
  • maintain inventories of all textbooks and materials issued to students and to ensure the return of these
  • teach the classes as assigned by the Secondary Principal
  • care for the classroom(s) in which he/she teaches. To ensure that the room(s) is/are attractively decorated and conducive to learning
  • undertake other duties assigned by the Secondary Principal

Staff members are expected to be punctual for class, and to take attendance registers at the start of each lesson. Staff should be available as designated on the sub/cover rota and for assigned duties.

 

Contracts terms and conditions:

The position is based at the International School of Paris in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

The position is full-time fixed-term contract starting August 21st, 2019.

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

In the case of interest, please send a resume, a cover letter and details (including email address) of three professional referees to jobs@isparis.edu by April 5th, 2019.

 

Experience and interest in timetabling will be an advantage in applications for teaching positions. 

 

 

Where May I Send My Application?

It is essential for all applicants to hold a nationality of one of the European Union countries, or valid French working papers.

For Teaching positions, applicants must have Teaching Qualifications. IB experience is a plus. 

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.

Selected candidates will be invited to an interview and undergo pre-recruitment procedures. In accordance with our Child Protection Policy, they will also be asked to provide official criminal background checks from all previous countries in which they have lived.

Please note that ISP reserves the right to close any vacancy earlier than the application deadline, should an appointment be made before the closing date.

All requests to the jobs@isparis.edu address should receive an automatic acknowledgment of receipt. If you do not receive it, please check your junk mail folder as your email system may flag the automatic response as spam.

Stéphanie Gilbert
Human Resources Director
Fax. +33 1 42 24 06 50

jobs@isparis.edu

 

 

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