Jobs At ISSP
Thank you for your interest in working with International School Sai Gon Pearl. We welcome those who are passionate about education and inspiring young learners. Our aim is to attract and retain the best staff, not only from here in Vietnam but also from all over the world, to support a diverse working environment.
Interested candidates should apply by following the instructions below when the school posts vacancies on this page:
A. FOR EXPATRIATE ACADEMIC POSITIONS: All applicants are encouraged to apply via ISS-Advantage Schrole to submit Job Application and required documents.
CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES AT ISSP
In the event that you cannot obtain an ISS-Advantage Schrole account, applicants should submit a Job Application with at least 3 references, from their most current supervisors, to the HR Department.
The successful candidate should have:
B. FOR VIETNAMESE ACADEMIC POSITIONS AND OTHER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:
The school is looking forward to hearing from you as soon as possible by uploading your Job Application and CV to InspiringPeople.email@example.com with Job Title and Full Name as the subject of email. Please download our Job Application form here.
Those application (s) which suit the current opening position(s) will be contacted. In the meantime, your application will be kept on file and we will reach out if it would be a good fit for our future position(s). Your application will be reviewed on a rolling basis and stored in our school’s database for a period of 3 months.
“Cognita Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers, and other third parties to share this commitment. Safer recruitment practice and pre-employment background checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. The appointment is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check for regulated activity (if the candidate has lived in the UK) and/or criminal/police or equivalent background checks for all other countries inhabited (irrespective of whether you worked in those countries)”