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Cayman Prep & High School
Owned and operated by the United Church in Jamaica and
the Cayman Islands. Cayman Prep and High School is a private
co-educational school. With over 700 pupils ranging from
Kindergarten to Advanced Level (Year 13), the school is
recognized as much for its outstanding academic track record and
good discipline as it is for broad and diverse British based
curriculum that it offers.
Teachers Needed for Cayman
Category: Education
Description: The High School require for September 2007 a teacher of:
• English
• Spanish & French
• Physical Education (Male) & Biology
• Business Studies/Accounting
• Music/Art
Also required for September:
Science/IT/Audiovisual Lab Technician: trained experienced
technician preferably with a background in Advanced Level
Physics, Chemistry and Biology, as well as Technology Skills.
Trained university graduates with at least five years experience,
teaching up to and including Advanced Level (year 13) will be
considered.
The Primary School requires for September 2007:
• Infant Teacher
• Junior Teacher
• Music Teacher
Qualifications: Applicants must have a Post Graduate Certificate in Education or
a Bachelor of Education and should be competent in teaching the
National Curriculum of England and Wales.
The successful applicants will be computer literate, adaptable,
flexible and willing to be involved in a wide range of school related
activities. Prior experience in a multicultural environment is
essential as is support for the Christian ethos of the school.

Other Information
Salary range: $31-47,000 commensurate with experience,
together with basic standard benefits.

Application form
available from:
High School: 559 Walkers Road mcmilliank@cayprep.edu.ky
Primary School: 242 Smith Road johnsons@cayprep.edu.ky
Deadline: February 16, 2007

Contact Information
Name: Mrs. Jean Bahadur
Address: Principal, Cayman Prep and High School
P.O. Box 10013
Grand Cayman KY1-1001
CAYMAN ISLANDS
Email:
Telephone:
Fax:

Ad Post Date: 2007-02-15

 

 

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