Head of British Primary Section at Taipei European School in Taiwan
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Head of British Primary Section
Taipei European School (Taiwan)

Appointed - No further applications accepted
Jan 5, 15
Jan 31, 15

School Details

TES is Taiwan’s leading International School serving 1,500 students in French, German, British and High School sections. Governors are looking to appoint an exceptional leader to the post of Head of British Primary Section who will be responsible for leadership and supervision of our; Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 programmes using the English National Curriculum. There are currently 627 students in the British Primary Section.

Position Qualifications

Candidates should be exceptional and experienced educational leaders, preferably in an international setting and have outstanding curriculum leadership skills. The successful applicant will have highly developed interpersonal skills and all the necessary professional qualities needed for this exciting position. The full position description and specifications can be seen at website via the link below.

Salary and Benefits

Our package includes:

  • A competitive salary plus one month annual gratuity bonus
  • 100% tax supplement to cover Taiwan income tax
  • An initial three year contract (renewable by mutual agreement)
  • Annual flights to and from your point of origin for employee and dependents
  • Accommodation allowance based on the status of the position
  • Interest free loan
  • International Medical Insurance
  • Free places at TES for up to two depended children of school age
To apply

Website: www.taipeieuropeanschool.com Click on vacancies and select the BRITISH Primary section. Fill in the On-Line Application Form CLOSING DATE FOR ALL APPLICATIONS: SATURDAY, 31 January 2015 Finalists and their spouse(s) will be invited to Taipei in the week of 23 February , 2015 for final interviews and to visit the school Start date August 1, 2015

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