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Teaching Posts at an International School, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Posted: 29-01-2018
  Our Client is a well established International School in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Management of the school is in the hands of well experienced ex-pat staff, the teaching staff is highly multicultural and drawn from all over the world. The learners are both expat children and Saudi children. The school writes Cambridge GCSE and A Level.

The Characteristics of Unemployed Teachers

Posted: 12-07-2017
Alison Papenfus At Placements in Education we try to research why we don't manage to help candidates, and why they fail when they get a job. We took a small sample of experienced teachers who have been unable to find long term teaching jobs this year, and this is what we found. 33% of the sample have poor references from recent past employers. 11% of of the sample can not be contacted - they don't respond to phone calls, messages, SMS and email.

Finding a Teaching Job – Some tips and hints

Posted: 16-05-2017
Not so long ago, any teacher who was qualified in South Africa could find a teaching job. Not any more. Schools are fussier than ever – and there are plenty of teachers unemployed! How can you make sure that you get the interview – and the job? Job Hunting is not a one-off, so be prepared! Most people change their job on average every four years. So you know it will happen – be prepared for it.

Foreign Teachers in South Africa - the Situation in May 2017

Posted: 16-05-2017
At present Placements in Education only accepts applications from people who are South African Citizens or Permanent Residents of South Africa, and who obtained their teaching qualifications in South Africa. We regret having to take this decision, and the purpose of this article is to outline why we have adopted this policy. The Department of Basic Education in South Africa has taken a decision not to employ foreign teachers – even those who have work permits - in their schools. This means that no matter what Province you are in, foreign teachers can not be employed in State Schools.

Teaching Overseas - It's time to think about going

Posted: 01-12-2016
Alison PapenfusDecember 2016 In January 2017 South Africa will have the highest unemployment amongst teachers ever.From the look of it, more than 50% of unemployed teachers will be new graduates. The State has spent a fortune on their education, many of them have paid fees, and now – no job. In 2016 we had a lot of new graduates without teaching jobs in January, and by April almost all of them were employed.

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