Employment

Thank you for considering GIS as your future work place.

We are always keen to hear from teachers who are enthusiastic, innovative, collaborative and internationally minded. Interest in international education, especially the International Baccalaureate PYP and MYP (www.ibo.org) is a must and previous experience at an IB school is an advantage. Please contact us for further information.
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Vacancies 2019-2020

Administrative positions:

All positions have been filled.

Teaching positions:

PYP

All positions have been filled.

MYP

MYP German language acquisition teacher

Closing date for applications: until position filled

Start Date: 1st December 2019

Description of position:

GIS is looking to appoint an MYP German language acquisition teacher to teach and co-found the German curriculum at our young school. The school was authorized to offer the MYP in June 2019.

It is a rare opportunity for an enthusiastic German teacher to contribute to the establishment of the programme at a new school and gain international teaching experience.

If you are interested in the position, please send your CV and statement of educational philosophy to employment@gjovikis.no as soon as possible as the school reserves the right to appoint a candidate immediately should a particularly suitable candidate be identified early in the process. Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.

All hiring of educational personnel will be subject to police check, as required by Norwegian Law.

Teaching assistants:

All positions have been filled.


Other positions:

Supply teachers

GIS is always interested in qualified teaching staff who would be willing to do occasional substitute or supply work. This work can be day to day or for longer periods of time, and is usually to cover for an absent class or subject teacher. If you are interested in joining our supply list, please send your CV to principal@gjovikis.no.

All hiring of educational personnel will be subject to police check, as required by Norwegian Law.

You can find useful information on living and working in Norway here and here.

Unfortunately, several scams relating to non-existent teaching jobs at international schools have circulated on the internet in past years, which include information taken from official websites. If you are unsure whether a teaching position exists, please do contact the school directly. Gjøvikregionen International School never charges fees for applications for employment and candidates should carefully consider the requests made when applying to any reputable international school.