Why NIS

Nada International School (NIS) was established in 2002 with the vision of providing an exemplary, holistic, international education for all students from Pre K – Grade 12. We are proud of our high quality reputation within the local community and further afield. We encourage the intellectual, social, physical and emotional development of children through real world experiences.

NIS provides a research based high quality international education to children of all nationalities between ages of 3-18. An adapted version of the Cambridge International Primary and Secondary 1 curriculum is taught in Primary and Middle School, Cambridge IGCSE in High School (Grades 9 and 10) and Cambridge AS / A Level in High School (Grades 11 and 12). NIS is a thriving, expanding school with extremely high levels student achievement. We are proud of our academic focus and the fact that the vast majority of our students gain acceptance in high calibre universities around the world.

However, NIS promotes success in adulthood by instilling the necessary skills, behaviours, attitudes and attitudes in our students to make them contented and productive members of society, who experience both personal and professional satisfaction.

Currently, our international faculty comprises of 17 nationalities, whereas our student body reflects 29 nationalities and 14 mother tongue languages. Societal diversity in an inherent ingredient of life at NIS. In fact, our students are polite, motivated, curious and confident. We expect our students to perform to the best of their abilities.

Located within Nada Farm Village, NIS provides a safe and friendly learning environment within a quiet, landscaped residential compound.

BENEFITS OF WORKING AT NIS

We offer

  • The chance of working in a professional, organized environment with committed, experienced and qualified international educators.
  • The opportunity of being part of a collaborative team who 'put children first'.
  • A genuine commitment to professional development and teacher improvement.
  • A friendly and supportive working environment.
  • An environment where children are expected to behave appropriately and do their best.
  • Realistic, but high expectations of all employees.
  • Reasonable class sizes (25 – 28 children), with significantly less in higher grades.
  • Ample planning, preparation and marking time.
  • A supportive appraisal and mentoring system to develop reflective practice.
  • Realistic career development and promotion prospects.
  • A purpose built learning environment.
  • A commitment to the integration of technology in the learning process.

CONTRACTUAL BENEFITS (Overseas Recruited Staff)

A competitive remuneration package is on offer to successful candidates including a tax free salary, furnished compound accommodation or housing allowance, private medical insurance (including eligible family members), transportation allowance for those with a housing allowance, visa costs, staff school fee discounts, annual flight allowance (including eligible family members), end of service award and other ex-pat benefits.

CONTRACTUAL BENEFITS (Locally Recruited Staff)

Includes a tax free salary, private medical insurance (for eligible employees), transportation allowance, visa transfer or Ajeer costs, staff school fee discounts, annual flight allowance (subject to eligibility), end of service award and other benefits.

Updated: 23rd January 2017

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