SIMS Manager - Qatar
We're looking for an experienced SIMS Manager to come and live and work in Qatar. The advert is posted on the TES and displayed below. If anyone has any questions about living in Qatar, the job or wants a job description just PM me.
Al Khor International School (Al Khor International School, Doha, Qatar : GEMS) is an exceptionally well-resourced school with excellent facilities located just 35 minutes from the capital city of Doha. The school is owned by Qatar’s renowned national companies, QatarGas and RasGas, and managed by the prolific Dubai-based organisation GEMS.
The school is a member of the BSME organisation and teaches the National Curriculum of England to over 2000 students from Reception to Year 13. Due to unprecedented growth in student enrolment at all levels, we are seeking applications from enthusiastic, qualified and experienced teachers for the following positions to begin in September 2010, or earlier if possible.
Whole school: SIMS manager
The remuneration package includes:
▪ Tax free salary ▪ Gratuity
▪ Fully-furnished accommodation ▪ Free utilities
▪ Annual airfares to place of domicile ▪ Free schooling for accompanying dependants
Those keen to join our team of motivated teaching professionals please send a Letter of Application, full CV and the email details of three referees by email to email@example.com. Please state clearly the position for which you are applying.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 10 June, 2010.
Whole School: SIMS Manager at Al Khor International School (AKIS) - TES Connect
I have seen the job description and asked some more information from Dee. She replied me back but still would like to know more details. I am interested but it is very big decision to move from one country to other. Would you like to give me your email address than we can discuss in details.
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Dee I have sent you a private message, regarding the above post.
This looks like a great opportunity, is there an actual figure for the salary?
I asked this question and was told it was based on experience.
That would be sweet. Live there for a year. Shame SIMS is so [edited]
P.S. I'm far to fragile this morning to be doing this!!
Originally Posted by Maverick79
In this region, it will add at the least 5-10k to your salary if you have the right skills, but even if you end up on the same that you're on now, you will not pay tax, saving ~ 20% and get free housing, no bills, so you can stay on the same salary and still double your take home ;) Don't ask, just apply. Trust me, 'ana tabib'.
Originally Posted by Geek_of_HeathMount
Thanks for your reply Vikpaw. Sorry I didn't see the posts and respond to them, had a hectic few days!
I cannot say exactly what the salary is as it does depend on who applies and their experience. I can say the post is payed on a teachers payscale so that should give you a ballpark figure. Vikpaw is correct in what he says about the other benefits plus we get free leisure facilities (swimming pools, gyms, squash and tennis courts) as well as subsidised food at any of the four community restaurants. All in all I don't think many people would be disappointed in the package if they were offered the role.
Vikpaw - Iwill get round to replying to your email soon. Your feedback is useful so thats for that.
Already have :-)
Originally Posted by vikpaw
Good luck everyone that does apply. I look forward to welcoming you to the region, and the Middle East regional group :)
Whist I don't qualifiy as a SIMS manager, I know some families who live out in Qatar and I used to live in Cyprus. If you get offered a job out there.... Take it, you won't regret it!!
jimmy_2k - the fella that got the job is currently on a plane thats due to land here in a couple of hours! I agree I don't think he will regret the decision to come out here, I am biased as I made the same decision and am loving it. I came back to the UK in the beginning of the summer and while I had a good time everything did seem to be doom and gloom. Don't know when or if I'll ever return to the UK...