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Teacher BTEC Business & Personal and Professional
Botswana/Geneva
A university degree with a focus on Business / Economics. A teaching certificate and a proven track record of innovative and excellent teaching. The candidate should have a strong background in differentiated instruction. The candidate should be fluent in English. Experience teaching BTEC at this level will be a distinct advantage. Good ICT competence (for example Google Educator Level 1) Have high expectations of student achievement and behaviour. Experience of the CP Knowledge of French or the willingness to learn French is an advantage (B1 level desired)
EDUCATION
Knowledge of French or the willingness to learn French is an advantage (B1 level desired)
To complete our team at Secondary School, we are looking for a:

Teacher of BTEC Business and Personal and Professional skills.

Full-time: 24 periods per week (possibility to teach mathematics would be an advantage)

Course details:
TEACHER OF BTEC (Business and Technology Education Council) Level 3 Business Studies and TEACHER OF PPS (Personal and Professional Skills) from the IBO Careers Programme core.

The successful candidate will teach the Level 3 Pearson International BTEC in Business Studies in line with departmental schemes of work to Year 12 and 13. The candidate will also teach to Year 12 and Year 13 the main themes of the IB Careers Programme Personal and Professional Skills (PPS) course. They will work with students to ensure that they complete all aspects of the IBCP Core - the language portfolio and the reflective project. The ability to work well with colleagues on the development, delivery and documentation of courses, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching, assessment and pastoral arrangements appropriate to the delivery of Business Studies and PPS is essential.

The candidate will be required to show that they are able to keep abreast of curriculum developments affecting the department and be prepared to discuss matters affecting the curriculum as a whole. It is important for the successful candidate to have a holistic approach to education with a willingness to take an active role in the pastoral care of students. A willingness to take an active role in activities outside the teaching of the academic course would also be an advantage.

The possibility of teaching mathematics would be a distinct advantage
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A university degree with a focus on Business / Economics.
A teaching certificate and a proven track record of innovative and excellent teaching.
The candidate should have a strong background in differentiated instruction.
The candidate should be fluent in English.
Experience teaching BTEC at this level will be a distinct advantage.
Good ICT competence (for example Google Educator Level 1)
Have high expectations of student achievement and behaviour.
Experience of the CP
Knowledge of French or the willingness to learn French is an advantage (B1 level desired)

offer The International School of Geneva welcomes applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds and experiences. The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers.
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Contact Details

ECOLE INTERNATIONALE DE GENèVE
Jessica Moullet
FJA-Eco-2
12th Mar 2021

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