Job: Secondary School Librarian

2.3.16 –  Secondary School Librarian
Think International School, Hong Kong

Sarah P’s comments:  A chance to develop a library in a new school.  I found one review which was positive however I suspect it is too early to tell.  They are stressing IGCSE and IB DP experience however I think if you have one or the other it would work. If you are non British-trained then you should be able to present a MLIS and teacher certification in lieu of the PGDE.

FYI: this advert was posted on TES which has changed its front page.  To search for librarian positions the steps are now:

  1. Go to:
  2. Click on ‘Non-teaching & Support Jobs’
  3. Click on ‘Librarian’

International jobs will usually be listed first however there is a Location section on the left where you can click on ‘international’.


Think International School, an IB World School since 2003, will open a secondary school in September 2016. It will be using Cambridge Secondary 1 and Cambridge IGCSE, followed by the IB Diploma Program.

In order to support the School’s strategic development and expansion plan, Think International Academy invites applications for the following positions:


Teachers that can offer more than one subject are encouraged to apply. Experience on IGCSE is vital and IB DP a bonus. Teaching Couples most welcome.

Applicants must be Trained with either a PGDE or a B.Ed. degree with minimum of 2 years working experience. Job starts August 16th 2016. Two years contract minimum.

Please send the following to: Lily Choy, Superintendent, at

Resume/CV Letter of application with 3 referees, one must be your present or last employer

Educational Philosophy
Photo Copy of Degree Certificate and transcript of studies
DBS/Police Clearance check
Copy of passport.




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