The position: Assessment Coordinator / Examination Officer across the school. This is a managerial position for an experienced educator who understand data and the impact of using data to enhance teaching and learning throughout the school. It is also necessary to have a clear understanding of the Edexcel examinations. The successful candidate will be line managed by the VP of Academic.
Founded in 2002, the International School occupies a large site in Sharjah, UAE. The school currently educates 3,200 children between the ages of 4 and 18 years, offering a curriculum that is based on the UK National Curriculum and the UAE Ministry of Education curriculum for Arabic and Islamic Studies.
Since its opening, the concept of a school offering an international curriculum, but with a very clear focus and ethos aimed at embedding and preserving students' Islamic roots in their behaviours and educational experience, has clearly been welcomed.
The school currently employs over 400 teachers, recruited from all over the world.
Some 69 nationalities are represented within a student body pretty evenly split between girls (48%) and boys (52%) who are educated separately from Grade 4. The majority of students are UAE Nationals (25%) with a further 18% from Pakistan, 13% from Egypt, 11% from India and a further 15% made up of students from Jordan and Syria.
The facilities include a separate new gymnasium and second 25 metre swimming pool recently completed. The buildings are almost identical in design and provide an exact mirror for both the Girls’ and Boys’ sections. There are some shared facilities, including the multi-purpose hall and swimming pool, but almost other facilities (aside from libraries and laboratories), including the canteen, are separated by gender. There is a strong working relationship between staff of both the Boys’ and Girls’ sections to ensure that teaching is parallel; this includes boys taking part in Food Technology lessons for instance and girls have equal opportunities to participate in more traditionally male lessons.
• Should have 2-3 years of experience in similar capacity in a British curriculum school.
• Good experience in data analysis and curriculum and instructions.
• Should have knowledge and experience of Edexcel board exams
• Should be Muslim-Sunni and for females willing to wear sheyla and abaya
• Bachelor’s Degree in any subject.
• Range of Budget: AED. 14,000 – 15,000 (inclusive of housing and transportation allowances) Medical insurance + Annual Ticket Allowance for self,
spouse and 1 child