Are you a qualified teacher who is considering securing a teaching position either abroad or in the country you already reside in?
Finding the perfect teaching position is difficult, especially in a climate where many people are looking for teaching positions, both abroad and at home.
The application process can be a daunting one, notably if you are in a foreign country where you don’t speak the language and are not familiar with how or where to start looking for a teaching position.
49 Thirty Two are a partner for schools and recruiter for teachers that operate on a non-profit basis. Working with schools in Europe and the Middle East, they help to introduce schools who are looking for teaching staff to teachers who are seeking employment.
From helping write cover letters to updating CV’s, 49 Thirty Two really gets to know teachers and what they are searching for, thus being able to introduce them to schools that will fulfill their needs.
Their team is made up of a number of successful, international Heads and leaders which they think allows them to better understand the needs of schools and teachers alike.
Joyce Tabbal Rogers is a qualified language teacher and middle leader with experience in curriculum development.
She has extensive experience in both academic and pastoral roles in the UK, the Middle East and Europe.
Joyce is co-founder of 49 Thirty Two, a consultancy for international teacher recruitment. She’s based in Italy and recruits for schools all over Europe.
Read more about 49 Thirty Two on their website.
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