Teaching and counselling vacancies
All teaching faculty must hold an undergraduate University degree as a requirement for being placed on a contract to teach. Please click here to read our generic information about, "Teaching at Woodstock". Specific job information, where available, can be obtained by clicking on the job title.
There are no immediate vacancies.
Vacancies for July 2012
New staff normally arrive by 20th July.
- Art Teacher - An art teacher is required to teach a variety of art courses in both Junior and Senior schools, including both general courses and electives. The teacher will work with two other full-time art teachers in a program that offers required general courses for Grades 1-9 and electives for Grades 10-12. Experience with AP Studio Art, and/or developing curriculum (particularly at the primary level) is a plus.You can read more about the Art department via this link
- English Teacher An English teacher is required for the commencement of the 2012-2013 school year. Applications are welcome from candidates with Cambridge IGCSE and AS experience - and preferably with some background in AP teaching as well. The English Department follows a structured, progressive curriculum with students in Grades 9 and 10 studying the IGCSE First Language and Literature courses. At the end of Grade 10 students are required to sit the Language examinations and are strongly encouraged to also sit the Literature papers. In Grade 11 the students have the choice of taking the American Advanced Placement Language and Composition course or the Cambridge Subsidiary A-level Language course. In Grade 12 they may either study the AP Literature course or the AS Literature course. To read more about the English department click here