Description of School:

Founded in 2009, International School of Hellerup is a not-for-profit IB Continuum World School in Copenhagen offering IB Programmes from Pre-K - Grade 12. Our mission is to provide the highest quality education in a student-centered environment by empowering individuals to fulfil their human potential to become purposeful life-long learners and responsible global citizens.

Description of Position:

All ISH teachers nurture students to become courageous and caring global citizens. The role of the MYP Art teacher will be to effectively implement the curriculum, teaching the objectives that will lead to a better world. The position is part-time and will require the candidate to:

  • Have a Teaching degree in Art or related field of study

  • Have a high level of English Proficiency

  • Have a thorough understanding of best practices in teaching

  • Have the ability to plan, deliver and reflect on curriculum and lessons which will stimulate and motivate students’ learning and agency

  • Have the ability to differentiate instruction and assessments for students

  • Have outstanding collaboration skills

  • Be capable of instilling confidence and facilitate students’ understanding and application of mathematical concepts;

  • Have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Be organized and reliable.

  • Employ strategies to empower a diverse group of students

  • Engage actively and enthusiastically to contribute to a positive school environment

  • Have knowledge of, and experience with, the educational philosophies and practices of the International Baccalaureate, specifically relating to the Middle Years Programmes (preferred)

Application for Position:

To apply, please email your C.V. and a letter of application to at as soon as possible.

Please add REF: - Application for Position as Art Teacher - MYP (Part Time) in the subject of your email.

Please note that we will continually evaluate applications and interview candidates. We encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible and no later than 19th September, 2021.