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Nauczyciel języka polskiego w liceum/High School Polish Teacher

International American School Sp. z o.o.About the company

International American School Sp. z o.o.

Stefana Dembego 18


Your responsibilities

  • This position is for a teacher of Polish as a first language

  • Full-time position: 24 lesson hours per week (45-minute lessons) plus pastoral care duties as Homeroom Teacher

  • Part-time applicants are also welcome

  • Member of international faculty and collaborative learning community

  • Participation in 3 professional development trainings per year

  • Competitive salary, health insurance, and discounted health and fitness card

Our requirements


• Masters of Polish Philology or equivalent qualification

• Pedagogical training/certification

• English level C1 or above

• 2 years teaching experience preferred

• Previous knowledge or training in the IB Diploma Program preferred

Among the responsibilities held by teachers at IAS we are seeking candidates who will respond positively to the following:

• be an active advocate for the IAS vision, mission and core aims

• support the School Leadership Team to develop and deliver the school’s curricular goals

• promote a culture where diversity and inclusion are encouraged

• actively review performance data inform student learning and instructional strategies

• differentiate in the classroom, taking onto account each student’s learning needs

• implement a wide range of digital tools and creative teaching styles

• contribute to the development of interdisciplinary learning

• ensure all assessment data is recorded accurately and aligns with the school’s assessment policy

• ensure students have an active and engaged role in developing their own learning outcomes

• build in collaboration with colleagues a subject syllabus with an effective scope and sequence of learning outcomes

• collaborate with colleagues to evaluate and improve teaching strategies in accord with the school’s Professional Development Policy

• be familiar with available support materials, including IB subject guides and requirements for external and internal assessment

• ensure all necessary school deadlines, internal and external, are met

• provide quality written reports at the close of grading periods to effectively guide the student towards greater achievement

• support the school in preparation for evaluation, accreditation and inspection visits

• attend scheduled student progress and parent-teacher conferences

• communicate regularly with parents, ensuring the community has timely and appropriate access to student progress

• be accountable for the wellbeing of each student in the classroom

• be available to support extra-curricular activities

• be an active, life-long learner and positive role model

International American School Sp. z o.o.

The International American School (IAS) was founded in 1989 as one of the first international schools in Poland. The K-12 school is situated in the leafy suburb of Kabaty and is accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), Cognia (US accreditation), and the Polish Ministry of Education.

IAS prides itself on a family-like atmosphere with an active Student Council contributing significantly to the school culture. The community is composed of 40+ nationalities and an equal split of female/male students. We strive to instil values of international mindedness and responsibility. Discussion-based classrooms encourage student inquiry and a shared sense of meaning. The school’s over-riding mission is to help students find their own voice and the confidence to pursue activities that enrich the world in a principled and reflective manner.

To reach its goals, IAS promotes student-centred learning with a variety of instructional strategies including Project Based Learning, fieldwork and integration trips, oral presentations, small group project work, display boards in corridors and, above all, critical thinking skills. We understand teachers to be facilitators of learning and therefore discourage a front-end classroom.

In its quest to attain excellence in education, IAS upholds a policy of continued improvement through a rigorous IBO, American, and Polish curriculum. IAS encourages staff and students to cross new boundaries of knowledge and information acquisition, in addition to placing strong emphasis on tolerance and multicultural understanding. We look forward to you joining our team!

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Programme: Grades 8-12, International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBO), American High School Diploma Programme (Cognia accredited)

Start date: March 1st