ISG Jubail seeks a dynamic Substitute Teacher with a passion for giving students agency in their learning. The ideal candidate will have experience inspiring students to become conscientious and compassionate thinkers and global citizens. This person would demonstrate a commitment to a well-rounded and flexible classroom environment that encompasses interdisciplinary connections and authentic / relevant learning experiences.
ISG Jubail has a strong sense of community. The successful candidate would be committed to contributing to the whole school community beyond the confines of the classroom. The ideal candidate would be eager to engage in collaboration around our mission: We inspire innovation and compassionate action.
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Science Department Assistant
ISG Jubail seeks a dynamic Middle and High School Science departmental assistant with a passion for supporting teachers and students in a range of science tasks across the middle and high school science classes and laboratories. This person would demonstrate a commitment to a well-rounded and flexible science program that encompasses lab experiences, interdisciplinary connections, literacy, and authentic/relevant learning experiences. The ideal candidate will be passionate about the sciences and possess quality interpersonal, organizational, and resource management skills. ISG Jubail has a strong sense of community. The ideal candidate would be eager to engage in collaboration around our mission: We inspire innovation and compassionate action.
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The International Schools Group (ISG) is a not-for-profit, forward-looking school district in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. Our five schools are co-educational day schools delivering Kindergarten 1 to Grade 12 in the American program and Foundation Stage 1 through Year 13 in the British program to expatriate children and some students from the host country. Students enroll in either an American or British curriculum education that encompasses these higher-level programs: Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone Diploma and/or International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) at American School Dhahran, ISG Dammam, and ISG Jubail and (I)GCSE and A levels at British School Dhahran.
Founded in 1962 and now in its 60th year, ISG was originally established to serve the needs of expatriate families working for the U.S. Consulate in Dhahran.
From its initial enrollment of six students to its present status as a district of five schools with approximately 3,200 students, ISG has earned a reputation for providing the highest quality American and British education. Today, over 50 nationalities make up the ISG community.
The district is governed by a Board of Trustees, supported by school councils, the U.S. Consulate General Dhahran, and is licensed by the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education.
Our schools are accredited by some of the top institutions in the world: the Middle States Association Commission on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS), British Schools of the Middle East (BSME), British Schools Overseas (BSO), and the International Baccalaureate (IB).
Our Mission, Core Values, and Strategic Goals
We inspire innovation and compassionate action.
Respect, acceptance, integrity, responsibility … with a commitment to act.
ISG is committed to four strategic, school improvement goals. Three of these are student-centered: 1) learner agency, 2) compassionate action and 3) growing literacy. The fourth goal is an organizational capacity goal striving for system coherence.
Our schools are guided by our district mission, learning principles and assessment beliefs. Our shared focus is further complemented by the diversity of our community and core divisional curricula as we work in partnership with the community to educate tomorrow's future leaders. ISG maintains an emphasis on progressive teaching and learning. Curriculum and learning programs at ISG are evaluated and reviewed cyclically, through current research and trends in education. This ensures that our programs meet the highest standards of excellence and are being implemented in the most effective way in the classroom in order to enhance program outcomes and learning targets.
The 2021-2022 ISG Learning Report showcases academic success, college acceptances, and professional development at ISG.
PRINCIPAL VACANCY FOR 2024-2025 SCHOOL YEAR
ISG Superintendent, Dr. Michael Mack, seeks a dynamic candidate with proven school leadership experience to join ISG on August 1, 2024 to serve as the whole school Principal beginning in the 2024-2025 school year. The Principal will join a district leadership team that includes the Superintendent, Directors, Principals and site leadership team comprised of Assistant Principals, grade level, and department facilitators.
ISG Jubail at a glance
First established in 1978 as Jubail Academy, ISG Jubail offers an American, standards-based curriculum to 425 KG1 - Grade 12 students capped by the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).
ISG Jubail’s curriculum has been developed using the Understanding by Design model to promote transdisciplinary, authentic, and relevant approaches to learning. Units of study encourage active inquiry, promote critical thinking and move from the concrete to the abstract. These units are designed so that students can try on new roles, experiment with ideas and materials and solve real problems. ISG Jubail is led by one Principal and one Assistant Principal.
ISG is committed to the safety and protection of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
For more information on ISG, please see the website: http://www.isg.edu.sa/
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