Vacancies

St George's International School, Luxembourg ASBL is a caring international school that provides an outstanding education in English for approximately 775 girls and boys of over 50 nationalities aged 3 to 18+. We pride ourselves on enabling each student to achieve their full potential.

If you are internationally minded, permitted to work in the EU and have the desire to help shape the exciting future of engaged students, St George's would be interested in your application. For more details on how to apply, please see the individual descriptions below.

Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of Children and Young People
All employees will be required to be security cleared, which may take the form of an extract of Luxembourg “casier judiciaire” and/or an International Child Protection Certificate (ICPC). Our policy is also to actively seek confidential references including one from the last employer.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.


We Are Currently Recruiting For The Following:

NEW: Class Teacher & English Coordinator (Primary)

The Primary School is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity:

PRIMARY CLASS TEACHER & ENGLISH COORDINATOR
Permanent / Full Time
Required for September 2018

Job Purpose                                     

To carry out professional duties and to have responsibility for an assigned class or subject. To be responsible for the day-to-day work and management of classes and the safety and welfare of the pupils, during on-site and off-site activities. To promote the aims and objectives of the school and maintain its philosophy.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • To create and manage a caring, supportive, purposeful and stimulating environment which is conducive to children’s learning.
  • To plan and prepare lessons in order to deliver the school curriculum ensuring breadth and balance in all subjects taught.
  • To identify clear teaching objectives and learning outcomes, with appropriate challenge and high expectations.
  • To maintain good order and discipline among the pupils, safeguarding their health and safety and in accordance with school policies.
  • To organise and manage groups or individual pupils ensuring differentiation of learning needs, reflecting all abilities so enabling equal access for all pupils.
  • To plan opportunities to develop the social, emotional and cultural aspects of pupils’ learning.
  • To maintain a regular system of monitoring, assessment, record-keeping and reporting of children’s progress in accordance with school policies.
  • To prepare appropriate records for the transfer of pupils.
  • To ensure effective use of any support staff within the classroom, including parent helpers.
  • To attend all staff meetings.
  • To have read the school policy manual and the staff handbook
  • Contribute to the development and co-ordination of a particular area of the curriculum.
  • To be part of a whole school team, actively involved in decision-making on the preparation and development of policies and programmes of study, teaching materials, resources, methods of teaching and pastoral arrangements when appropriate.
  • To ensure that school policies are reflected in daily practice.
  • To communicate and consult with parents over all aspects of their children’s education – academic, social and emotional.
  • To liaise with outside agencies when appropriate eg. Educational Psychologist.
  • To continue professional development
  • To meet with parents and appropriate agencies, to contribute positively to the education of the children concerned
  • To support the Head Teacher in promoting the ethos of the school.
  • To promote the welfare of children and to support the school in safeguarding children though relevant policies and procedures.
  • To promote equality as an integral part of the role and to treat everyone with fairness and dignity.
  • To recognise health and safety is a responsibility of every employee, to take reasonable care of self and others and to comply with the Schools Health and Safety policy and any school-specific procedures / rules that apply to this role.

You will have

  • Upper KS2 experience preferable
  • Teaching Qualification essential
  • A proven record of good/outstanding experience of teaching the English National Curriculum for England and Wales
  • A commitment to putting the child at the heart of very decision
  • An internationally minded outlook
  • A creative approach to teaching
  • Evidence of high student progress and attainment
  • Proactive and willing to take part in extracurricular activities and events
  • Strong team player

Your application including your Employment Application Form, CV and cover letter should be submitted to recruitment@st-georges.lu for the attention of Ms Claire Nuttall.

Note that we only consider applications which include the aforementioned documents. 

Apply by: Midday, Monday 14th May 2018
Interviews: 17th & 18th May 2018
Start date: September 1st 2018

 

Please apply as soon as possible as applications will be considered upon receipt; we reserve the right to interview/appoint before the closing date

All applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. This will include checks with past employers and criminal records checks from countries lived, studied or worked in.

NEW: Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Teacher

The Primary School is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity:

EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE (EYFS) TEACHER
Fixed Term / Full Time
Required for September 2018 to August 2019

Job Purpose                                     

To carry out professional duties and to have responsibility for an assigned group of children.  To be responsible for the day-to-day development, learning and safety of that group.  To promote the aims and objectives of the school and maintain its philosophy.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • To create and manage a caring, supportive, purposeful and stimulating environment which is conducive to all children’s learning.
  • To plan and prepare activities in order to enhance the development and learning of all children showing adequate differentiation.
  • To maintain a regular system of monitoring, assessment, record-keeping and reporting of children’s progress in accordance with school policies.
  • To be responsible for the welfare and development of a specific group of children –
    • Attending to their personal needs (such as taking them to the toilet)
    • Helping them use any equipment
    • Establishing good relationships with them
    • Responding to their needs, yet encouraging independence
    • Promoting their self-esteem
    • Promoting inclusion
    • Working towards individual targets and learning plans.
    • To maintain good order and discipline among the pupils, safeguarding their health and safety in accordance with school policies.
    • To attend all staff meetings and contribute to the development and co-ordination of a particular area of the curriculum.
    • To have read the school policy manual and the staff handbook.
  • Be actively involved in decision-making on the preparation and development of policies and programmes of study for Early Years.
  • To ensure that Early Years school policies are reflected in daily practice.
  • To continue professional development.
  • To communicate with parents over all aspects of their children’s development.
  • To support the Head Teacher in promoting the ethos of the school.
  • To recognise health and safety is a responsibility of every employee, to take reasonable care of self and others and to comply with the Schools Health and Safety Policy and any school-specific procedures / rules that apply to this role.

You will have

  • Teaching Qualification essential
  • EYFS Teaching Qualification highly desirable
  • Experience of teaching EYFS
  • A proven record of good/outstanding experience of teaching the EYFS Curriculum for England and Wales
  • A commitment to putting the child at the heart of very decision
  • An internationally minded outlook
  • A creative approach to teaching
  • Evidence of high student progress and attainment
  • Proactive and willing to take part in extracurricular activities and events
  • Strong team player

Your application including your Employment Application Form, CV and cover letter should be submitted to recruitment@st-georges.lu for the attention of Ms Claire Nuttall.

Note that we only consider applications which include the aforementioned documents.

Apply by: Midday, Monday 14th May 2018
Interviews: 17th & 18th May 2018
Start date: September 1st 2018

 

Please apply as soon as possible as applications will be considered upon receipt; we reserve the right to interview/appoint before the closing date.

All applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. This will include checks with past employers and criminal records checks from countries lived, studied or worked in.

NEW: HR Manager

St George's International School Luxembourg is currently looking for a:

HR Manager
Full Time

 Your tasks:

  • Recruit and onboard academic staff as per the School’s recruitment checks and procedures.
  • Organise the relocation of staff hired from abroad.
  • Prepare the employment contracts for the academic staff.
  • Maintain up to date and accurate staff records
  • Prepare and manage the monthly payroll.
  • Issue the staff sickness declarations and corresponding follow-up/internal communication.
  • Organise the staff social events.
  • Produce accurate and timely reports

 

Your profile:

  • Experience in a similar position, in a compensation & benefits department and/or a payroll company in Luxembourg.
  • Proficient English.
  • Good command of French or German or Luxembourgish appreciated.
  • Confidential approach and detail-oriented.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Computer literate (Excel, Luxembourg payroll softwares).

 

Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of Children and Young People
All employees will be required to be security cleared, which may take the form of an extract of Luxembourg “casier judiciaire” and/or an International Child Protection Certificate (ICPC). Our policy is also to actively seek confidential references including one from the last employer. The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.


Interested?

Please apply in writing with your CV and covering letter in English to :

St George's International School Luxembourg asbl
Attn: Mrs Kruten, Finance and Administration Manager
financemanager@st-georges.lu
11 rue des Peupliers
L-2328 Luxembourg-Hamm

Head of Faculty (Arts) / Teacher of Music (Secondary)

St George's International School, Luxembourg asbl
is currently seeking a

Head of Faculty (Arts) / Teacher of Music
(Secondary School)
Permanent, Full Time
Required for September 2018

We are looking for an enthusiastic teacher to lead the Arts faculty and teach KS3 and iGCSE Music; and A Level Music/Music Technology, depending on student interest. The faculty benefits from state of the art facilities, including rehearsal rooms, Mac suite and a recording studio. Subject areas within the faculty include art, drama, media studies and music. The willingness to provide an extra-curricular programme is essential.

If you want to raise attainment and accelerate progress with wonderful students, committed staff, excellent resources and a forward thinking leadership team, St George’s is for you!

We offer a comprehensive relocation and induction package, in addition to a generous salary.

You will have:

  • Teaching Qualification - essential
  • A proven record of good/outstanding teaching
  • Experience of teaching the English National Curriculum for England and Wales

Please e-mail your application including a CV, cover letter and the Employment Application Form, for the attention of Mr Mark Fleet, to recruitment@st-georges.lu.

Visit http://www.st-georges.lu for further information about our school.

Closing date for applications: 16th April 2018
Interviews: 23rd April 2018         


Please note we reserve the right to interview/appoint on finding a suitable applicant.


All applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. This will include checks with past employers and criminal records checks from countries lived, studied or worked in.

Learning Support Assistant (Secondary)

The Secondary School is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for a:

Learning Support Assistant
Permanent role
Required for September 2018

We are seeking to recruit an effective Learning Support Assistant to support selected students and staff in the Secondary School.

Job Purpose

  • To provide effective support to selected students to enable them to participate and benefit from the curriculum.

Support for Students

  • Use specialist skills/training/experience to support students
  • Assist with the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs)
  • Promote the inclusion and acceptance of all students
  • Engage and encourage all students in activities
  • Provide feedback to students in regards to progress and achievement
  • Encourage independence of students

Support for Teachers

  • Work with the teacher to create an appropriate learning environment
  • Monitor and evaluate students responses to learning activities
  • Provide objective and accurate feedback and reports as required to the teacher on student achievement/progress

Support for the Curriculum

  • Assisting students to understand instructions, through repetition, rephrasing and modelling
  • Undertaking small group support work
  • Showing students how to use ICT to develop their learning
  • Selecting, preparing and maintaining learning equipment and resources

Support for the School

  • Helping implement school policies
  • Participate in training
  • Contribute to discussions on students
  • Follow all aspects of school policy

Please email your application form, CV and letter of motivation for the attention of Mr Mark Fleet, to recruitment@st-georges.lu.

Note that we only consider applications which include the aforementioned documents.

 

Closing date for applications: Monday 16th April 2018
Interviews: w/c 23rd April 2018

 

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. This will include checks with past employers and criminal records checks from countries lived, studied or worked in.

Learning Support Assistant (Primary)

The Primary School is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for a:

Learning Support Assistant
Permanent role
Required for September 2018

We are seeking to recruit an effective Learning Support Assistant to support selected students and staff in the Primary School.

Job Purpose

  • To provide effective support to selected students to enable them to participate and benefit from the curriculum.

Support for students

  • Use specialist skills/training/experience to support students
  • Assist with the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs)
  • Promote the inclusion and acceptance of all students
  • Engage and encourage all students in activities
  • Provide feedback to students in regards to progress and achievement
  • Encourage independence of students

Support for Teachers

  • Work with the teacher to create an appropriate learning environment
  • Monitor and evaluate students responses to learning activities
  • Provide objective and accurate feedback and reports as required to the teacher on student achievement/progress

Support for the Curriculum

  • Assisting students to understand instructions, through repetition, rephrasing and modelling
  • Undertaking small group support work
  • Showing students how to use ICT to develop their learning
  • Selecting, preparing and maintaining learning equipment and resources

Support for the School

  • Helping implement school policies
  • Participate in training
  • Contribute to discussions on students
  • Follow all aspects of school policy

You will have

  • A proven record of supporting students individually and in group work
  • An internationally minded outlook
  • A positive approach to supporting students with additional learning needs
  • A patient and supportive attitude to learning
  • Evidence of assisting students to make good progress from their individual starting points
  • An expectation that all students can make good or better progress, regardless of their starting points
  • Proactive and willing to take part in extracurricular activities and events
  • Strong team player

Your application including your Employment Application Form, CV and cover letter should be submitted to recruitment@st-georges.lu for the attention of Ms Claire Nuttall.

Note that we only consider applications which include the aforementioned documents.

 

Deadline for Applications: Wednesday 28th March 2018
Interviews to be held w/c 16th April 2018

 

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. This will include checks with past employers and criminal records checks from countries lived, studied or worked in.

Full-Time Teacher of Mathematics (Secondary)

St George's International School, Luxembourg asbl
is currently seeking a

Teacher of Mathematics 
(Full Time, Secondary School)
Required for September 2018

We are seeking to recruit a dynamic and outstanding classroom practitioner with a proven track record of success, a detailed knowledge and understanding of the British educational system, a passion for their subject and a commitment to ensuring the very best outcomes for the students they teach.

You will have the opportunity to work in a very supportive team, making use of technology and interactive software to deliver engaging lessons to students. We follow the Edexcel IGCSE specification and our Key Stage 3 classes have a programme in line with this, with a strong emphasis on stretching the more able.

If you want to raise attainment and accelerate progress with wonderful students, committed staff, excellent resources and a forward thinking leadership team, St George’s is for you!

We offer a comprehensive induction package, in addition to a generous salary.


Job Purpose

To carry out professional duties and to have responsibility for an assigned class. To be responsible for the day-to-day work and management of the class and the safety and welfare of the students, during on-site and off-site activities. To promote the aims and objectives of the school and maintain its philosophy.  


Main Duties and Responsibilities  

  • To create and manage a caring, supportive, purposeful and stimulating environment which is conducive to children’s learning.  
  • To plan and prepare lessons in order to deliver the school curriculum ensuring breadth and balance in all subjects taught.  

  • To identify clear teaching objectives and learning outcomes, with appropriate challenge and high expectations.  

  • To maintain good order and discipline among the students, safeguarding their health and safety and in accordance with school policies.  

  • To organise and manage groups or individual students ensuring differentiation of learning needs, reflecting all abilities.  

  • To plan opportunities to develop the social, emotional and cultural aspects of students’ learning.  

  • To maintain a regular system of monitoring, assessment, record-keeping and reporting of children’s progress in accordance with school policies.  

  • To prepare appropriate records for the transfer of students.  

  • To ensure effective use of any support staff within the classroom, including parent helpers.  

  • To attend all staff meetings.  

  • To have read the school policy manual and the staff handbook  

  • Contribute to the development and co-ordination of a particular area of the curriculum.  
  • To be part of a whole school team, actively involved in decision-making on the preparation and development of policies and programmes of study, teaching materials, resources, methods of teaching and pastoral arrangements when appropriate. 
  • To ensure that school policies are reflected in daily practice.  
  • To communicate and consult with parents over all aspects of their children’s education – academic, social and emotional.  
  • To liaise with outside agencies when appropriate eg. Educational Psychologist.  
  • To continue professional development  
  • To meet with parents and appropriate agencies, to contribute positively to the education of the children concerned  
  • To support the Headteacher in promoting the ethos of the school.  
  • To promote the welfare of children and to support the school in safeguarding children though relevant policies and procedures.  
  • To promote equality as an integral part of the role and to treat everyone with fairness and dignity.  
  • To recognise health and safety is a responsibility of every employee, to take reasonable care of self and others and to comply with the Schools Health and Safety policy and any school-specific procedures / rules that apply to this role.

Please e-mail your application including a CV, cover letter and the Employment Application Form, for the attention of Mr Mark Fleet, to recruitment@st-georges.lu. 

Deadline for applications: 14th May 2018 

Please apply as soon as possible as applications will be considered upon receipt; we reserve the right to interview/appoint before the closing date.

 

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. This will include checks with past employers and criminal records checks from countries lived, studied or worked in.

Teacher of Chemistry (Secondary)

St George's International School, Luxembourg asbl
is currently seeking a

Teacher of Science, Chemistry Specialist
(Secondary School)
Required for September 2018

We are seeking to recruit a full time, permanent Teacher for Chemistry across all key stages.

Due to the continued Secondary School expansion, we are seeking to recruit a dynamic and outstanding full-time classroom practitioner with a proven track record of success, a detailed knowledge and understanding of the British educational system, a passion for their subject and a commitment to ensuring the very best outcomes for the students they teach.

We are looking for an enthusiastic teacher to teach science throughout the key stages and chemistry to A –Level. The successful candidate will be keen to support and enable students to achieve across the 11-18 range. The willingness to support an extensive extra-curricular programme is essential.

If you want to raise attainment and accelerate progress with wonderful students, committed staff, excellent resources and a forward thinking leadership team, St George’s is for you!

We offer a comprehensive induction package, in addition to a generous salary.


Job Purpose

To carry out professional duties and to have responsibility for an assigned class. To be responsible for the day-to-day work and management of the class and the safety and welfare of the students, during on-site and off-site activities. To promote the aims and objectives of the school and maintain its philosophy.  


Main Duties and Responsibilities  

  • To create and manage a caring, supportive, purposeful and stimulating environment which is conducive to children’s learning.  
  • To plan and prepare lessons in order to deliver the school curriculum ensuring breadth and balance in all subjects taught.  

  • To identify clear teaching objectives and learning outcomes, with appropriate challenge and high expectations.  

  • To maintain good order and discipline among the students, safeguarding their health and safety and in accordance with school policies.  

  • To organise and manage groups or individual students ensuring differentiation of learning needs, reflecting all abilities.  

  • To plan opportunities to develop the social, emotional and cultural aspects of students’ learning.  

  • To maintain a regular system of monitoring, assessment, record-keeping and reporting of children’s progress in accordance with school policies.  

  • To prepare appropriate records for the transfer of students.  

  • To ensure effective use of any support staff within the classroom, including parent helpers.  

  • To attend all staff meetings.  

  • To have read the school policy manual and the staff handbook  

  • Contribute to the development and co-ordination of a particular area of the curriculum.  
  • To be part of a whole school team, actively involved in decision-making on the preparation and development of policies and programmes of study, teaching materials, resources, methods of teaching and pastoral arrangements when appropriate. 
  • To ensure that school policies are reflected in daily practice.  
  • To communicate and consult with parents over all aspects of their children’s education – academic, social and emotional.  
  • To liaise with outside agencies when appropriate eg. Educational Psychologist.  
  • To continue professional development  
  • To meet with parents and appropriate agencies, to contribute positively to the education of the children concerned  
  • To support the Headteacher in promoting the ethos of the school.  
  • To promote the welfare of children and to support the school in safeguarding children though relevant policies and procedures.  
  • To promote equality as an integral part of the role and to treat everyone with fairness and dignity.  
  • To recognise health and safety is a responsibility of every employee, to take reasonable care of self and others and to comply with the Schools Health and Safety policy and any school-specific procedures / rules that apply to this role.


Please e-mail your application including a CV, cover letter and the Employment Application Form, for the attention of Mr Mark Fleet, to recruitment@st-georges.lu. 

 

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

All applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. This will include checks with past employers and criminal records checks from countries lived, studied or worked in.

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St George’s International School, Luxembourg ASBL | 11, rue des Peupliers | L-2328 Luxembourg | Phone: +352 42 32 24
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