IB DP Physics Teacher

Academic Team

Main duties and responsibilities

Duties and Responsibilities

·         Identify and use core learning skills and teaching strategies Physics in DP

·         Plan, prepare, develop and deliver courses of study in Physics to a range of classes according to Letovo curriculum guidelines and school requirements

·         Inspire and lead students to ensure they are motivated

·         Observe, assess and monitor students’ on-going progress. Prepare assignments and tests for internal assessment and homework in the subject

·         Tailor and differentiate courses of study and lessons to meet the individual needs of student’s levels of academic ability and prior knowledge

·         Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding students’ progress and student needs

·         Maintain a safe, secure, and stimulating learning environment

·         Be willing to take on pastoral duties, such as taking on class tutor role and supporting students on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties

·         Prepare students for internal and external examinations

·         Cooperate and collaborate with the management to maintain accreditation with the relevant competitive examination and validating bodies

·         Attend school, faculty meetings and trainings


Candidate requirements


·         B. Sc/Master’s Degree in Physics

· B. Ed, Bachelors with Teaching Qualification, M. Ed, PGCE or PGDE or similar teaching qualification

·         Minimum 3-5 years of IBDP teaching experience in strong IB Schools

·         Experience as an examiner in the related subject (preferred)

·         Strong teaching experience of students in the middle and diploma years’ age group.

·         Experience of teaching gifted and talented students (preferred)

·         Students outstanding results

Package details

We offer

·         Competitive salary

·         Initial appointment for two years and thereafter annually renewable

·         3-month probation period

·         Up to 20 teaching periods per week (which contributes to the 36-hour work week)

·         71 days of paid leave

·         Accommodation on campus (staff apartment)

·         Visa support

·         Return flights home once a year (holiday time)

·         Reimbursement of relocation expenses

·         Medical insurance (including dental treatment)