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The founding school IES Enskede is seeking teachers for the Academic Year 2016-2017

Internationella Engelska Skolan Enskede is the founding school within the IES organisation. We are an independent secondary school with grades 4-9 which was started in 1998 by Mrs. Barbara Bergström. Our school consists currently of over 900 students and 70 members of staff. Both staff and students come from all over the world bringing interesting knowledge, experience and possibilities into the school. The school is beautifully located in Gubbängen, with easy access to the town center. 

At Internationella Engelska Skolan Enskede we have high academic ambitions and offer a safe learning and working environment, where respect for each other permeates the whole school. Our school is a place where teachers can teach and students can learn. We follow the Swedish curriculum but the teaching language is English. For more information about the school or the organisation, please visit our website at www.engelska.se.

As part of our team you will receive perks such as free pedagogical lunches, fresh fruit and full access to our staff gym. You will be part of our yearly team-building events such as Christmas dinner out in the archipelago and kick-off events.

For the  academic year 2016-2017 we are seeking to employ qualified, highly motivated, committed, professionals within the following areas:

  • Full time Science Teacher (parental leave from February 2017)
  • Full time SO teacher (Year 4)

The successful candidate will be dynamic, positive and a good team player.

Please respond with full CV and personal letter in English to Tanya Rickman, human.resources.enskede@engelska.se.

Please, specify reference in the subject, i.e. 'French Teacher'.

Interviews will be ongoing. Welcome with your application!

 

About Internationella Engelska Skolan

Internationella Engelska Skolan (IES) is a leading independent school group (“friskola”), reaching academic results far above average. It was founded in 1993 by Ms Barbara Bergstrom, a science teacher originally from the US.

Around 20 000 students are currently enrolled in our 29 schools around the country, mainly grades 4-9 in” Grundskolan”.

IES is the largest free school organization in the compulsory school system in Sweden. The company has a turnover of approximately 1 300 million SEK (2013-14) and around 2 300 members of staff. It is in a phase of rapid expansion.

More about the company and its schools can be found at www.engelska.se.