Elementary Homeroom Teacher

Africa, Morocco

Al Akhawayn University Ifrane

Al Akhawayn University Ifrane


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Teacher Certification
  • 2 Years of Experience preferred

Job Benefits:

  • Healthcare Benefits
  • Moving Allowance
  • Paid Holidays 
  • Discounted Tuition
  • Optional Subsidized Housing

School Description: 
Al Akhawayn School of Ifrane was founded in 1995, and is the only English language, co-educational Nursey-12 school in Ifrane, Morocco, following the American educational model. The main objective of the educational program is to develop well-rounded students and provide them with the social and academic grounding needed to prosper in their education continuum. 
We offer a rigorous education that exposes students to a foundation of academic skills that graduates University ready lifelong learners. Our core academic program follows the Common Core State Standards and the Aero Common Core Standards and offers students choices in elective selection. 
Courses in English, French, and Arabic support our mission of developing proficient multilingual graduates. We are committed to offering an American educational experience and in that spirit, we offer electives in the visual and performing arts, information communication technology, social sciences, and physical education.  

Job Description & Responsibilities:
Elementary homeroom teachers are key players within our school community to deliver lessons, create positive classroom communities, communicate with families and collaborate with one another. Elementary homeroom teachers teach: Social Studies, Science, Math, and English Language Arts which follow the AERO, Common Core, and NGSS standards.  Additional duties such as lunch/recess and as needed substitutions are included; teaching schedules maintain a balance between teaching hours and prep hours throughout the school day.

  • Plan and Deliver standards based, engaging lessons to students.
  • Maintain open communication with families.
  • Have a working knowledge of technology to integrate with instruction.
  • Attend and participate in faculty meetings as scheduled.
  • Attend biweekly professional growth team meetings and actively serve as a member of your professional growth and development team.
  • Actively collaborate with fellow teachers for the success of students and school community.
  • Successful candidates will be dedicated, flexible and able to work both independently and as part of a team.
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