- Middle School, High School
- Licensed Teacher
- Major medical health insurance
- An end-of-year bonus and a re-signing bonus
- Full scholarship for up to 2 children
- Working paper procurement/renovation
- Two week Christmas bonus
- Full round trip airfare every two years
- Housing stipend
ASPV seeks a talented Science teacher to join our expanding STEM team. The American School of Puerto Vallarta is undergoing a dramatic transformation in terms of STEM education, with the introduction over the last few years of a new range of classes and the construction of a brand new science and technology center. A successful applicant would bring enthusiasm and expertise to this dedicated team and continue to cement ASPV's position as the leading STEM education establishment in the region.
In addition to teaching middle school classes such as Earth and Physical Science, and high school classes such as Biology, Chemistry or Physics (classes selected depending on suitable candidate's experience), the STEM teacher will be expected to design and deliver cross curricular projects and participate in our extensive community service and outreach initiative that brings access to excellence in STEM Education to the wider community.
Applications for an immediate start (January 2020), or for August 2020 are welcomed.
The American School of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, is a private, non-profit, nonsectarian, co-educational institution offering a bilingual, multicultural education for students from early childhood through high school. Founded in 1986, the school is dedicated to an American style education, high academic standards, and the caring environment a small school can offer.
Students benefit from highly-dedicated and talented teachers in a small school atmosphere, and a comprehensive dual curriculum which encompasses that of quality private and public schools in the United States and those established by the Mexican Ministry of Education. Our graduates are accepted into some of the finest universities in the world, such as Brown University in the United States, Queens University in Canada, and TEC in Mexico.
Founded in 1986 by local business leaders, the American School of Puerto Vallarta is a nonprofit, nonsectarian educational institution accredited by the U.S. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the Mexican Ministry of Education, and the National University of Mexico.