The Phorms concept is founded on bilingual education (German-English) and the fostering of individ- ual talent in an all-day environment. In our schools, we are dedicated to providing academic excellence and a learning environment where children can develop and utilise their social competences. The trusting relationship established between our teachers, students and parents sets us apart.

The Phorms Education network consists of a number of private schools in Germany covering all age groups from nursery through secondary.

For January 2019 at our Secondary School in Munich we are looking for a qualified Secondary Teacher of Mathematics, ideally combined with Physics or ICT

 

Your profile & your tasks

• you are a qualified secondary teacher who holds a Bachelor’s degree or higher qualification, a Certificate of Education and a QTS (Qualified Teacher Status)

• you have a passion for teaching and the ability to provide an inspiring education

• you are motivated to secure the academic and emotional progress of your students

• you are dedicated to enabling all students to achieve their potential

• you have an interest in learning German

 

Our offer

• an attractive salary package

• innovative technologies and pedagogy to implement our curriculum

• small classes enabling differentiation and individual support

• state of the art educational resources including the latest technology in all classrooms

• an open and friendly working environment in an international team

• a relocation allowance and support concerning residency and work permits

• professional development opportunities both in Germany and abroad

• an excellent location of the school campus in the city centre of Munich

We seek an enthusiastic and open-minded teacher to join a high performing faculty who enjoys working with children in an international setting.

Please apply online at our website http://bit.ly/2oyMvKf.

For further information please visit www.phorms.de/en.

 
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