Thank you for your interest in the International School of Nanshan Shenzhen. We are actively searching for colleagues to join us for the 2020-2021 school year and beyond. All interested candidates who are qualified for a listed opening should apply using the buttons below.
ISNS is looking for caring individuals who are highly committed to guiding students through life's journey of personal and academic growth. We desire teachers who are passionate about what they teach. ISNS teachers must be collaborative, creative and open-minded. We seek teachers who understand proven educational practices and those who are willing to exploring cutting edge ideas. ISNS teachers must utilize an inquiry-based approach to learning that is student-driven.
All applicants must hold a bachelor's degree and full teacher certification or license from an English speaking country, with the exception of those applying to teach French and Mandarin Chinese. Prior IB training and experience is preferred.
ISNS has a stringent Child Protection Policy in place. All candidates for a teaching position at ISNS must submit to a criminal background check. A minimum of three references must be provided, including one from a recent supervisor. Security cameras are in operation throughout the school and classrooms. All classrooms are open to clear view from the corridors. Frequent classroom observations are conducted by peers and administration.
Openings for the 2020-2021 School Year
ISNS is seeking temporary faculty who are currently located in China and can work in partnership with our teachers who will be working online from overseas. Temporary teachers are needed across all grade levels and subject areas. Temporary teachers would be expected to start on September 3rd (with an orientation prior) and work until foreign teaching faculty are permitted to re-enter China.
There are no permanent vacancies available for the 2020-21 academic year.
Note: ISNS cannot support children of faculty who have significant special needs. Enrollment of faculty children is dependent upon the child's ability to be successful in the academic program.