All Endaze British International School employment opportunities are posted on this page. Please take a look around the rest of the website to find out more about working with us, our school and about living in Spain.
If you would like to work as a teacher at our school you must have the following qualifications and experience:
- An undergraduate degree
- A Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) / MÁSTER / CAP
- Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
- 2 years teaching experience in a school in UK or British school overseas.
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Working at Endaze British International School (EBIS)
Are you internationally ambitious?
Endaze British International School in Madrid is a premier British international school. We follow the Cambridge International Curriculum and we welcome students and staff from all around the world, inspiring a vibrant international outlook. This combination makes us Internationally ambitious.
We aim to provide the best possible teaching and curriculum for each of our students and in doing so we recognise that our greatest resource are our staff. We look for ambitious and talented employees who have energy, enthusiasm and a passion for children and learning.
As an EBIS colleague you will take pride in working at our newly built school campus, with its excellent facilities. Our school is located within close proximity to Majadahonda, which is a suburb of Madrid and only twenty minutes from Madrid centre. This cosmopolitan and truly international city, offers diverse cuisine, culture, museums, theatre, music, and shopping, all of which contribute to the wonderful experience of living and working in Spain.
Attractive benefits such as competitive pay, free flights and health cover make it worthwhile choosing to work at the EBIS.
Should you decide to join us we also have an extremely supportive Human resources department who assist you at all stages in your move to Spain including meeting you from the airport, finding accommodation, registering for a social security number, registering with a doctor, opening a bank account and information on Madrid itself.
EBIS is an equal opportunities employer and is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people.
Working for EBIS means being part of a growing global community. All of our International teachers have English as their first language and our working language is English however our staff is growing annually and we have many different nationalities working together within our school team.
Central to the ethos of the school is the belief that partnership between parents, children and school is essential to supporting the educational interests of the children. Additional to parent meetings or special performances we also organise a special event each term which involve our parents and the wider community too.
When you join the EBIS you will immediately notice that a lot is possible and you can contribute too!.
We work hard to involve the school in the community and vice versa. The Fire Brigade and Community Police are just an example of people who come into school to work with the children. In addition, we involve ourselves in sports competitions and events, special festivities, and other community projects.
Professional Development at the EBIS
EBIS recognises that the organisation’s greatest resource are its staff and it is an expectation that our staff members participate in Professional Development.
Professional Development supports individual needs and improves professional practice. For the teaching staff this is a key component of developing students’ learning and for the support staff it facilitates the smooth running of the school. Personal professional development and the school development priorities are linked and complement each other.
Professional Development at EBIS encompasses all formal and informal learning that enables individuals to improve their own practice. We recognise that good quality professional development for all staff is a lifelong commitment that includes a range of activities, such as: sharing good practice among peers, “Job-a-like” opportunities, shadowing, professional reading, inset training, external courses, the review system, keeping a reflective journal, classroom observation and more.