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  • Upcoming Vacancies For 2023-24 AY


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Dubai Arabian American Private School is a NEASC accredited private school serving over 700 students from KG1 to Grade 12. The school follows a standards-based US curricular program (California and MOE/KHDA standards) from KG1 to Grade 12 designed to prepare students for post-secondary education. The school is in a strong community that values education and is grounded in UAE culture and Islamic values.  

Current Vacancies at DAAPS for Academic Year 2022-2023  

1. Elementary Homeroom Teacher * Immediate Start

Department Reports Interfaces With Job Classification Status Apply
Elementary Section Principal, Division Assistant Principal, Coordinator Students, Faculty, Staff, Parents, Divisional Offices Overseas or Local Hire Non-Exempt

Responsibilities:

  • Teaching all areas of the elementary curriculum.
  • Taking responsibility for the progress of a class of elementary age students Grades 1 to 5
  • Organizing the classroom and learning resources and creating displays to encourage a positive learning environment.
  • Planning, preparing and presenting differentiated lessons that cater the needs of the whole ability range within their class.
  • Motivating students with enthusiastic, imaginative class activities.
  • Preparing, marking and providing feedback to facilitate positive student development.
  • Meeting requirements for the assessment. Records, evaluates and reports students’ development.
  • Providing feedback to parents on students’ progress.
  • Working collaboratively with others to plan and coordinate work.
  • Organizing and taking part for school events, outings and activities.
  • Undertake special assignments, after school activities and related duties as and when required.

Requirements:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from an Accredited University
  • At least 1 year (s) of relevant teaching experience in American Curriculum Schools.
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. Non-Native English speakers must have an IELTS of 7.5
  • Good presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Exhibits self-motivation, high work standards and attention to detail.

2. SEN Teacher

Department Reports Interfaces With Job Classification Apply
Elementary/Middle/High School Division Principal Students, Faculty, Staff, Parents, Divisional Offices Overseas or Local Hire

The ideal candidate will support our school’s mission, goals, and vision; value community; bring a spirit of enthusiasm, energy, and willingness to take thoughtful initiative in a collaborative setting.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Plan and prepare throughout the year for effective instruction within the classroom
  • Provide a classroom environment that is conducive to learning
  • Effective delivery of the curriculum
  • Effectively manage each group of students while providing for a variety of learning styles, ability levels, and educational backgrounds
  • Maintain rigorous and appropriate learning expectations of all students at all times
  • Monitor student learning and make appropriate modifications of goals and strategies to meet students’ needs
  • Maintain accurate up-to-date records of student progress and attendance
  • Engage parents and students in the learning process through frequent and meaningful communications about student progress
  • Be available to parents and students outside of school hours
  • Engage in department/team planning, curriculum review, budgeting and other activities
  • Interact cooperatively with colleagues in the development of cohesive curriculum materials and the establishment of instructional goals
  • Cooperate with and participate in the planning and evaluation of the school program
  • Keep current in education through coursework, in-service programs, and by attending professional meetings and conferences
  • Remain proficient in school-related technologies as appropriate to enhance instruction
  • Engage with students in meaningful activities beyond the classroom which extend learning experiences for students (coaching, organizing field trips, sponsorship of clubs, events, community service projects, etc.)
  • Additional Duties:

  • Engage with the administration in a committed effort to improve one’s own instructional skills
  • Openly support and abide by all school policies and procedures
  • Model the ‘Core Values’ in interactions with the school community
  • Liaise with the Principal, taking on tasks as assigned, including all school goals
  • Personal:

    • Demonstrate commitment to personal continuous professional growth and development
    • Develop and maintain effective working relationships
    • Exhibit a professional attitude toward criticism
    • Recognize and strengthen personal performance through self-analysis of actions, participating in professional development activities, exploring educational research, participating in professional organizations, and through formal renewal programs

    Job Skills and Requirements:

    • Bachelor's degree in Education with a valid teaching certificate/license in special education
    • A minimum of two years, relevant teaching experience
    • Teaching experience in an American curriculum school preferred
    • Experience with current best practices, current teaching materials, and current instructional strategies as well as recent professional growth activities
    • Experience with co-teaching and servicing students with diverse learning needs
    • Familiarity with a variety of intervention strategies to promote student success in the classroom


    Upcoming Vacancies

    1. Art Teacher

    Department Reports Interfaces With Apply
    Elementary, Middle School, High School Section Principal Students, Faculty, Staff, Parents

    The ideal candidate will support our school’s mission, goals, and vision; value community; bring a spirit of enthusiasm, energy, and willingness to take thoughtful initiative in a collaborative setting

    Responsibilities:

  • Plan and prepare lessons on Art and Art History throughout the year for effective instruction within the classroom
  • Prepare classroom by setting up equipment required for lessons
  • Develop students’ drawing, coloring and painting techniques
  • Provide instruction on the use of media such as graphite and charcoal pencils, oils and watercolor paint.
  • Effective curriculum delivery; teach students about Art History
  • Effective management of student groups, while providing for a variety of learning styles, ability levels, and educational backgrounds
  • Maintain rigorous and appropriate learning expectations of all students at all times
  • Monitor student learning and set goals and strategies to meet students’ needs
  • Maintain accurate up-to-date records of student progress and attendance
  • Engage parents and students in the learning process through frequent and meaningful communications about student progress
  • Be available to parents and students outside of school hours
  • Engage in department/team planning, curriculum review and others
  • Interact cooperatively with colleagues in the development of cohesive curriculum materials and the establishment of instructional goals
  • Cooperate with and participate in the planning and evaluation of the school program
  • Keep current with best practices in education through coursework, in-service programs, and by attending professional development meetings, conferences and workshops
  • Remain proficient in school related technologies
  • Engage with students in meaningful activities beyond the classroom which extend learning experiences for students (coaching, organizing field trips, sponsorship of clubs, events, community service projects, etc.
  • Support student extra-curricular programs by sponsoring activities and serving on committees as appropriate
  • Additional Duties:

  • Engage with the administration in a committed effort to improve own instructional skills
  • Openly support and abide by all school policies and procedures
  • Model the ‘Core Values’ in interactions with the school community
  • Liaise with the Principal, taking on tasks as assigned, including all school goals
  • Personal:

    • Demonstrate commitment to personal continuous professional growth and development
    • Develop and maintain effective working relationships
    • Exhibit a professional attitude toward criticism
    • Recognize and strengthen personal performance through self-analysis of actions, participating in professional development activities, exploring educational research, participating in professional organizations, and through formal renewal programs

    Job Skills and Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree with a valid teaching certificate/license in content area and/or related field
    • A minimum of two years, current, full time related teaching experience
    • Teaching experience in an American curriculum school preferred
    • Experience with current best practices, current teaching materials, and current instructional strategies as well as recent professional growth activities
    • Focused instruction and assessment on student learning

    2. Elementary Homeroom Teacher - Grade 3 and Grade 5

    Department Reports Interfaces With Job Classification Status Apply
    Elementary Section Principal, Division Assistant Principal, Coordinator Students, Faculty, Staff, Parents, Divisional Offices Overseas or Local Hire Non-Exempt

    Responsibilities:

  • Teaching all areas of the elementary curriculum.
  • Taking responsibility for the progress of a class of elementary age students Grades 1 to 5
  • Organizing the classroom and learning resources and creating displays to encourage a positive learning environment.
  • Planning, preparing and presenting differentiated lessons that cater the needs of the whole ability range within their class.
  • Motivating students with enthusiastic, imaginative class activities.
  • Preparing, marking and providing feedback to facilitate positive student development.
  • Meeting requirements for the assessment. Records, evaluates and reports students’ development.
  • Providing feedback to parents on students’ progress.
  • Working collaboratively with others to plan and coordinate work.
  • Organizing and taking part for school events, outings and activities.
  • Undertake special assignments, after school activities and related duties as and when required.
  • Requirements

  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from an Accredited University
  • At least 1 year (s) of relevant teaching experience in American Curriculum Schools.
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. Non-Native English speakers must have an IELTS of 7.5
  • Good presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Exhibits self-motivation, high work standards and attention to detail.
  • We seek enthusiastic educators to join our school community. Applicants must be proficient and have excellent command of the English language, possess a certified teaching qualification, such as a Bachelor’s/Master’s in Education or equivalent. Teachers must have a minimum of 2 years’ teaching experience.

    A teacher teaching English language as a subject must have an IELTS Band Score of at least 7 (IELTS “good user”) or equivalent. A teacher using English as the language of instruction must have an IELTS Band Score of at least 6 (IELTS “competent user”) or equivalent.

    Competitive remuneration is offered for the successful candidate.

    Please note that only candidates shortlisted will be contacted.
    1. * Background checks will be conducted on all successful candidates.
    2. * Benefits are provided to faculty.
    3. * Due to UAE laws, a residence visa will not be issued to individuals who test positive for HIV, Hep B, Hep C, and/or TB (PPD).
    4. * DAAPS reserves the right to close a position prior to the application deadline if the position has been filled.
    5. * Posts are last updated on 01/02/2023
    Address

    27 St., Muhaisnah 1, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

    Contacts

    Email: info@daaschool.com 
    Phone: +971 4 288 2222
    Fax:       +971 4 288 2008
    P.O. Box: 232212, Dubai -UAE