Work at Woodstock
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Staff and students from all parts of the world living and learning together in an Indian Himalayan environment. A community founded on Christian principles and values, which strives for excellence in academics, leadership and service. A school of distinction in South Asia, with a worldwide impact. An institution with a proud history – and an exciting future.
"It's a privilege to be in such an International community. The wide range of people's backgrounds and experiences is amazing. There are many talented students and a huge range of activities happening in a close-knit and caring community. This is even without mentioning the foothills of the Himalayas!"
Why come to Woodstock?
The school: Asia's oldest international boarding school, and one of the premier schools of India. The community: staff and students from around the world - a kaleidoscpe of experiences. The setting: high in the Himalayan foothills, surrounded by forest, with the snow peaks in sight. One of the great trekking areas of the world. The culture: hill villages, the holy cities of Hinduism, one of the world's largest fastest-growing economies - India has fascinated visitors for hundrds of years. The work experience: a strong academic curriculum is supported by a vibrant co-curricular programme and a holistic residence curriculum. A great place to build your career and gain cross-cultural experience.
What kind of people work here?
Woodstock School has around 150 staff. About half are from India and half are from other parts of the world such as the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Singapore. They work in administration, teaching, residences and support services. Many are Christians, and others are followers of most of the major world religions. Some stay for a couple of years, others make a much longer commitment. What they have in common is a love of learning, a love of the Indian Himalayan environment, a commitment to our vision and values, and a sense of adventure.
Where can you fit in?
Read about the qualifications and qualities we are looking for in our staff. Read about our religious life - one of our distinctives. If you think you could thrive in a community like this and help our students to become global citizens, then we want to hear from you. Follow the links on the left to view vacancies in the different areas of the school.
When to apply
Woodstock recruits throughout the year. We try to fill our vacancies for the school year beginning in July as early as possible and to ensure that new staff have the maximum time to prepare to come. We list forthcoming vacancies as soon as they are identified and publish a closing date for applications for each post. Most vacancies are published during November - December and again from February - March. Bookmark the vacancies pages and keep checking back.
How to apply
Follow the links below to view the available jobs. Use the "Click here to apply" link on the vacancies page to follow the application procedure.