Job: MS/HS Librarian

12/29/14 – MS/HS Librarian
American School of Budapest, Hungary

Sarah P’s comments:  A established school in a beautiful country.  Reviews say the living is good but the school has suffered under an interim director and recent benefit cuts.  This year a new director was appointed but no updated reviews yet.  The job has not yet been listed on the school’s website so in order to apply you need to join TIE (The International Educator). I recommend joining ISR (International School Reviews) as well.

 

AISB is a private, non-profit school offering the highest quality in American/international education from Pre-K3 to Grade 12. Our diverse student body of 840 students representing over 62 nationalities is matched by the vast international experience of our highly qualified and talented faculty. We strive for all students to achieve their highest academic potential and at the same time develop their individuality, interests and special talents. We are an IB World School with a tremendous record of success at the IB Diploma level. Teachers and administrators who join our faculty team, quickly learn why students and teachers thrive at AISB:

– dynamic teacher-driven, student-centered curriculum,
– progressive teaching methodologies,
– one of the best salary & benefits packages in Europe,
– world-class, purpose-built facilities,
– an exceptionally supportive international school community,
– the charm and beauty of Budapest.

Age Restrictions:

No

Other:

Candidates with at least three years “exact match” experience and excellent professional credentials who are interested in joining our team should refer to our website and contact us immediately.

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