One of the Top 60 Schools in Africa The First Microsoft Academy in Malawi The First BTEC School in Africa Share our vision to be a ‘leader of education’ in Africa St Andrew’s International High School (SAIntS) is a prestigious, non-selective, co-educational day and boarding school offering a quality education based on the English National Curriculum, to IGCSE, GCSE, BTEC, AS and A2 level. We are a multi-ethnic, 11-18 school with over 450 students hailing from more than 30 different countries. We have boarding hostels for over 100 students.
The following position is available from September 2021 The two-year contract offered includes a very competitive salary, 50% Medical Aid, housing benefit, gratuity at the end of each year but paid monthly, flights at the beginning and end of contract and up to 300Kgs freight allowance for employee and 100Kgs spouse and 50Kgs each (for 2 children).
Applicants for these posts must be suitably qualified and able to teach up to A Level. We are seeking a dedicated teacher who is willing to add value to the Mathematics Department and contribute fully to the outstanding co-curricular programme on offer at SAIntS. We welcome applications from teaching couples (please see our other vacancies) as well as families and individuals. We encourage applications from candidates with all levels of teaching experience, you must be a qualified teacher.
The application form, job description and person specification can be viewed and downloaded at www.saints.mw/join-us/staff vacancies/ or requested via email from firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to apply please complete the application form and email it along with a short covering letter an CV. You must provide details of two referees, one of whom must be your present employer, to The Head Teacher at email@example.com
Closing deadline for applications is 18th February, 2021 .
Initial shortlisting interviews will take place soon after closing date and full interviews a bit later on. References will be taken up before any formal interview takes place. 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.