South East Asia, Brunei
Jerudong International School Brunei
We are looking for well qualified and inspirational teachers who empathise with the academic and
holistic ethos found in top UK and International Schools; and who will wish to become fully involved
with both pastoral care and co-curricular activity within the school. Previous overseas experience is not
essential. However, the desire to work in a genuinely international community is.
To apply, please complete the Application Form to be found in the Employment section on the school
website (Click Here), where you will also find further details of the post. Please ensure your CV
includes a recent photo, and full contact details, including email address, of two professional referees
(one should be the applicant’s current and most recent employer).
The closing date for applications is Friday, 13th March 2020 although early applications would be
most appreciated. Initial interviews will be by Skype. UK-based short-listed applicants will then be
interviewed in London, with overseas applicants interviewed again by Skype or in Brunei itself.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all students in its care.
Successful applicants must be willing to undergo comprehensive child protection screening, including
an enhanced criminal record disclosure and other standard pre-employment safeguarding checks.
Jerudong International School (Brunei)
Accountable to : Head of Science Faculty
The salary is calculated according to experience and qualifications, based on the JIS Salary Scale. The
salary is paid tax free. A gratuity will also be payable at the end of the renewable contract. Teachers
also benefit from accommodation allowance, health insurance, an annual flight allowance and a
contribution to relocation expenses.
We are looking for a well-qualified and enthusiastic teacher of Physics. Experience of teaching GCSE
or IGCSE Physics and A Level Physics is vital, as these make up almost all of the Physics teaching at
JIS. A willingness to work as part of a large and dynamic Science Faculty is essential; collaboration
and teamwork are valued highly. The Faculty has 26 large and well-resourced laboratories, more than
half of which have been built or refurbished recently. This allows each teacher to have their own
laboratory. The successful candidate will be committed to Physics as a practical subject in which
students are actively engaged with their studies. A willingness to promote the use of digital learning in
Science is also expected; all Secondary School students are expected to bring a device to lessons.
There are presently eight members of the Physics department, all of whom are expected to teach Year
9 Physics, IGCSE Physics and A Level Physics. We currently have four A Level Physics classes in
Year 12 and four in Year 13. We also have two IB Diploma classes in Year 12 and one in Year 13, so
IB experience, though not essential, may be an advantage.
The Faculty uses the Edexcel IGCSE specifications in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, as well as
offering IGCSE Double Award Science. At A Level, the Edexcel International specification is used.
All teachers are expected to develop and share teaching resources, assessment materials, etc., as directed
by the Head of Physics. The department has regular meetings in which good practice is discussed and
shared; the successful candidate would be expected to engage with, and contribute to, this collaborative
The successful candidate will also be expected to undertake both form tutor and co-curricular
responsibilities in addition to their classroom teaching.