(last update: 18 June 2019)
For the 2019-20 academic year there are vacancies in the following positions:
- Elementary German Teacher- German as a second/foreign language, full-time, teaching five classes in elementary school. Candidates with school experience is mandatory, as well as is holding a teaching license.
- Elementary German Teacher - Full-time, maternity cover from August until December 2019.
- Secondary German Teacher - German as a second/ foreign language, part-time, teaching 2 classes of Secondary students (aged 12-16) in the 2019-2020 academic year, with the possibility of adding more classes in the future. Suitable applicants will be native speakers of German, or have an equivalent proficiency in the language, and must be qualified to teach German in a Secondary school. Candidates with experience of teaching in a school environment preferred. Possibility to work full time.
- Kindergarten assistant - to work in our Early Years Classroom with children of 3-5 years. This is a full-time position. Hours are: 8.00-16.15 (15.30 Fridays).
This role involves supporting the young children in all aspects of their learning, including classroom set-up, working with the students, supervising inside and play-times and lunch as necessary.
English-speaking, with other languages a possible advantage.
Applicants for teaching posts should hold a University Degree and Teaching qualification and have ideally at least 2 years of teaching experience. We are a family school and collaboration across the grade levels and sections of the school are encouraged. We offer a dynamic international educational environment in one of the most attractive cities in the world.
Our motto is “striving for EXCELLENCE by ENGAGING minds, EXCITING learners, acting ETHICALLY and showing EMPATHY”.
Candidates Beware of Recruiting Scams
DISV will never ask or require teacher candidates to send money for application fees, interview fees, visas, plane tickets or other costs associated with recruitment or moving to Austria. We will not ask potential teachers for information related to bank accounts or other private information. If you have been asked by DISV or another International School to send money to cover such costs, you are probably the target of an elaborate scam. Several good international schools have recently had their web sites cloned, and candidates have been asked to send large amounts of money. All international candidates are urged to be diligent in investigating potential schools during the recruiting process and prior to signing a contract. Use extreme caution if you have been asked for money or private information.