Lower School Home Room Teacher
- Licensed Teacher, College/University Faculty, University Graduate
- 3 years of teaching experience
- English Teacher / Teaching
- Teaching Credential/LicenseOther Certification
- Plane tickets every two years for international hires
- Housing Allowance for international hires
- To be discuss during the hiring process
Santiago College is looking for Home Room Teachers for Lower school (3rd, 4th and 5th grade).
Candidates must be native English speakers, and ideally have experience in IB schools, specifically in the PYP programme.
We offer you the opportunity to join an educational community with high standards of quality and at the forefront of education.
Santiago College is a community of tradition, innovation and an education based on values that since 140 years has been forming proactive, tolerant students, able to create deep bonds that keep the different generations together through lifetime. This educational foundation, multicultural, bilingual and co-educational, has high academic standards and encourages each student to face new challenges. Its goal is to form caring, solidary, well informed and eager for knowledge young people, who are able to contribute to create a world framed within respect and understanding.
Santiago College teacher´s team is well known for its proximity, being near the student during all the steps of new learning processes, virtual or on-site.
It’s a flexible school, which adapts quickly to changes, as it has happened in the Covid-19 pandemic context, with the technology needed for simultaneous online and on-site teaching. SC has managed the use of virtual teaching technological models and the design of different IT projects such as online TOK 2020, podcasts in Spotify and Seesaw platform, among others.
The school is member of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) from Geneva, since 1981. Its accredited and a member of European Council of International Schools, CIS & NEASC (Council of International Schools & New England Association of Schools and Colleges), International Schools Association and is also part of the Association of British Schools (ABS) and of the Association of IB (International Baccalaureate) Schools in Chile.
Teaching in Chile is a cultural experience like no other. As well as teaching enthusiastic students, English teachers can enjoy this geographically diverse nation by exploring its northern desert regions, small Andes villages, or picturesque Patagonian south.