The American School of Bombay located in Mumbai, India seeks a Middle School Math Teacher to start in July 2021.
We invite you to learn more about the opening here.
About ASB Innovation and a forward-looking perspective are part of the American School of Bombay’s DNA. Grounded in our mission to inspire and empower students, ASB aggressively works to make our vision for the future a reality. This vision is to provide the most relevant educational experiences in a highly collaborative and individualized context. We have taken strides towards this vision by redesigning the facilities, extending the school year, altering daily schedules, and focusing on skills over content.
Accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the International Baccalaureate Organization, ASB serves approximately 550 students from 50+ countries. Inquiry is at the core of the educational program. More than 95% of ASB graduates attend a four-year college or university.
The Ideal Candidate Will Have:
An understanding of applying evidence-based approaches to learning, including incorporating an understanding of the role equity, diversity, inclusion, and social-justice and social-emotional learning practices have on learning
Demonstrated knowledge of integrating technology to enhance learning
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills across cultures that promote collegial interaction
A minimum of three years of relevant teaching experience in a K-12 accredited school.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited program and teaching certification
Experience with an inquiry-based framework
Evidence of relevant professional development
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary and Benefits:
ASB offers a very generous salary and benefits package including a relocation allowance, modern furnished housing, and a professional development allowance. Other benefits include worldwide health insurance coverage, annual round-trip flights home for the employee and their dependents, and tuition for dependent children attending the school.