Secondary Math Teacher - Peru
- Middle School, High School
- Licensed Teacher
- Teaching Credential/License
- Minimum of an undergraduate degree
- ACSI Certification
- Specific Skills
- The teacher will be able to teach lower and higher math courses.
- World-class health benefits
- Retirement Program
The International Christian School of Lima is entering its 21st year of ministry. The school is located in the beautiful oceanside community of Miraflores which is part of the metropolitan area of Lima, Peru. The school has a well-established curriculum with a professional staff of teachers and administrators. The school offers small class sizes with adequate support staff. ICS Lima is a neighborhood school serving missionary, diplomatic and international business families. The school has a strong reputation in the community as a nurturing and strong academic school.
ICS Lima is looking for a qualified teacher who has a strong commitment to Christ and who can teach from a biblical perspective with a warm and nurturing personality.
Teach middle school and high school math classes.
Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Calculus
Extra Curricular Responsibilities
The Network of International Christian Schools is an organization that consists of 15 schools in 13 countries in Asia, Africa, South America, Europe and North America.
The mission of NICS is to establish a worldwide network of international Christian schools staffed by qualified Christian educators, instilling in each student a Biblical worldview in an environment of academic excellence and respect for people of all cultures and religions.
Reaching the world for Christ through international Christian education.
NICS (Network of International Christian Schools) is founded on the belief that a major thrust for world evangelism and discipleship for Christ can happen through the classroom with the impact made by committed Christian educators overseas. Children have many teachers in their lives, whether they be at home, in the classroom, on the street or elsewhere; none, however, have a more powerful impact than educators in the classroom.