At Marymount International School, Paris, we are proud of our team of faculty and staff committed to serving the school's mission and the vision of the RSHM. We are always looking for qualified, dynamic people who are passionate about international education and working with young children in a multicultural environment.
We also welcome hearing from people who have instruction to offer to students during after-school activities, including art, dance, music, martial arts, etc. (Availability required to teach after-school programs for children ages 3–14, Monday–Thursday from 3:30–5:00 p.m.)
Marymount International School, Paris is seeking substitute teachers for short and medium term assignments for Grades Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8.
Substitute teachers are hired when the classroom teacher is sick, attending professional development activities or otherwise temporarily unable to be present in the classroom.The role of the substitute is to ensure that the classroom is managed according to a lesson plan prepared by the teacher and to organize instruction in order that the school’s goals for the students can be met. All substitute teachers are expected to use discretion and professional judgment in their work. The central values underpinning their professional judgment should be respect, responsibility, and equity.
- have European nationality or have valid French working papers
- have a BA/MA in Education or equivalent
- have some teaching experience
- be a native English speaker
- be a native French speaker for French language teachers
- be a native Spanish speaker for Spanish language teachers
- be a native Mandarin Chinese speaker for Mandarin Chinese language teachers
- living locally and availability at short notice would be an asset
To apply, all applicants must have an EU passport or valid French work permit and submit your CV and cover letter via e-mail to email@example.com with “Substitute Teacher” in the subject line.
OPEN DATE: September 2017
Marymount International School, Paris is seeking substitute nurse for short and medium term assignments for Grades Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8.
Main Responsibilities Include:
- To promote the health and well-being of our students
- To be able to deal with medical emergencies whilst on campus and give immediate care to the sick or injured child
- Ensure the safety of students in school, ensuring each child’s health records are maintained
- To administer medication and be responsible for their safe keeping
- To communicate with staff and parents on health issues which may arise
- To implement and update school protocols and staff first aid training
RGN/IDE valid registration with the DDASS is necessary to work in France
Pediatrics, Accident and Emergency experience helpful
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
- Perfect English and proficient in French
- Counselling skills
- Health promotion and education
- A previous experience in an International environment with Children is a plus
- Basic computer skills
- Enjoys working with children essential
- To be part of the school community
- Obligation of discretion and confidentiality
The above description and qualifications are not meant to be all-inclusive
How to Apply
To apply, all applicants must have an EU passport or valid French work permit and submit your CV and cover letter via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with “School Nurse Application” in the subject line.
Our policy is to employ the best qualified personnel, whilst providing equal opportunity for the advancement of employees and not to discriminate against any person because of any condition or requirement which cannot be shown to be justified. All applications are dealt with fairly and properly in line with our policies and procedures.
Applicants who are not citizens of an EU country and who do not otherwise have long-term permission to work or reside in France are at a disadvantage under local immigration law, in that a suitably qualified applicant who already complies with such legislation must be given priority.
Marymount does not discriminate or perpetuate negative stereotypes on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. Ensuring every individual’s full participation as a respected member of our community is a priority for Marymount, and we are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming work and school environment for all members of our staff, faculty, volunteers, families, and students.
Ensuring the protection and welfare of children is the responsibility of all of us who interact with children and young people. Child protection must therefore be a priority for every school and must be at the core of all of its activities. As a result, Marymount has established a rigorous vetting process and code of conduct for all employees with regard to child protection.