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Social Studies Teacher

school
Colegio Atid A.C.
location
Mexico City, Mexico
salary
US 1500 - 2000 a month
housing
For international candidates: Housing provided by the school
airfair
For international candidates: Up to USD 900 airfare for the cost of one way economy class flight
Start date
Ongoing
2 years
1
  • Middle School, High School
  • Licensed Teacher
  • Bachelor
  • 2 years of teaching experience
  • History, Social Studies
  • Teaching Credential/License
  • Educational Background: Degree in High School Education, History, Philosophy, or similar. Must be familiar with constructivist approaches in education. Experience working with the MYP-IB program is preferred.
  • Working Experience: A minimum of 2 years working as a homeroom English teacher.
  • Language: Only advanced English speakers: C1 minimum.
  • Candidates can apply by sending their CV 

Health Insurance: As the school can't register you for medical health care until the work permit comes through, foreign teachers must obtain medical insurance with coverage for Mexico. You must get an international extension of your health insurance for, at least, three months. You should get the extension directly with your provider before coming to Mexico. The school will cover up to the equivalent of USD 700 (refundable in Mexican pesos). 

Once you get your work permit card, you will be able to use National Social Security (IMSS), which covers visits to the doctor, medicines, surgery, and sickness leave (IMSS covers 60% of your salary while being sick for 4 continuous days or more, paying after the 3rd day).  The school does not cover the rest of your salary.  You are responsible for getting registered at the clinic and handling the paperwork.  

Absences: Due to minor illness (not subject to incapacity), personal paperwork, family problems, or similar, will be discounted from the Personal Days as long as they do not exceed two consecutive days. Absences of a longer duration will have a different treatment. At the end of the school year, the remaining unused Personal Days will be paid. If before the end of the school year you consume all your Days, the following absences will be discounted. Note that if you register more than three delays in a month, you'll lose one paid Personal Day. 

Christmas bonus: Once you have worked at the school for a full year, the school will pay you a bonus of 15 days of salary. If you have not completed the year, the school will pay you the proportional according to your official date of entry. This bonus will be paid before December 20th, as indicated in the Mexican Federal Labor Law.

Mac computer/ iPad:  To develop your teaching duties, the school will lend you an Apple device. You will be asked to sign a promissory note. You will have to return your device to IT Department before the Christmas holidays, Easter holidays, and at the end of the school year. Preschool teachers will receive an iPad, and Elementary and High School teachers will receive a Mac computer.

Paid Vacations: Staff is entitled to paid holidays; two weeks in December and two weeks in Easter. You will also be paid for federal holidays and Jewish holidays. Even if immigration formalities have not been completed, the teachers are entitled to these holidays. 

Savings Fund: Consists of discounting the 7% of your salary while the school delivers a contribution of the same amount as you. This money will be invested. By the end of the year, you will receive the total contributions, plus the interest generated. (This benefit will start once you get your work permit card).

Food allowance vouchers: Corresponding to 10% of your salary, food allowance vouchers are deposited in an electronic card which Human Resources will provide you. They can be used in most supermarkets, convenience stores, and some restaurants. If you haven't received your work permit card, payment will be made in cash. 

At School (IB) is looking for a  qualified Social studies teacher for Middle School.

This is a full-time position. Working schedule: Mo-Fr, 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM

At School was established in 1993 within the network of schools of the Jewish-Mexican community, as part of the Maguen David Community. It offers an alternative for those families for whom English is a priority within a Jewish context. Atid includes all sections from Preschool to High School.

At the Atid School, we are aware that the world in which we live has more complex, more competitive, and ever-changing environments.

Concurrently, we believe that education is the path that leads to peace, equality of opportunities, and the development of our country. This is why we seek to participate in the formation of global citizens, who strive toward the full development of their capacities and can respond, as members of a community, to the challenges the future will bring.

This is a Direct to School Job
This is a Direct to School Job

At School was established in 1993 within the network of schools of the Jewish-Mexican community, as part of the Maguen David Community. It offers an alternative for those families for whom English is a priority within a Jewish context. Atid includes all sections from Preschool to High School.

At the Atid School, we are aware that the world in which we live has more complex, more competitive, and ever-changing environments.

Concurrently, we believe that education is the path that leads to peace, equality of opportunities, and the development of our country. This is why we seek to participate in the formation of global citizens, who strive toward the full development of their capacities and can respond, as members of a community, to the challenges the future will bring.

We are convinced of the human capacity for creating, learning, and directing the course of one’s life within a global perspective. As a 21st-century educational institution, we are facing a shifting world, and it is because of this that we emphasize the need for an international education that will prepare students to meet future challenges.

 

Mission:

To provide the Jewish-Mexican community with a personalized, trilingual, and international, education of excellence, assisted by technology, Jewish values, and identity, in co-responsibility with parents.

 

Vision:

To be the Jewish institution at the forefront of achieving the best standards of national and international academic excellence, forming ethical leaders capable of responding to the challenges of a changing world.

 

This is a Direct to School Job
This is a Direct to School Job

Mexico, a traveler's paradise, offers opportunities to teach English abroad, as well as licensed teaching jobs in the country's many international schools. Enjoy Mexico's magnificent landscape while teaching abroad in language institutes or private schools.

Mexico City
Spanish
118.5 million
Peso
This is a Direct to School Job
This is a Direct to School Job
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