Location offering teaching in Oman at international schools to qualified teachers. Nursery, primary and high school teachers benefit from Oman’s rich cultural, social, activities, and by posts for school teacher opportunities in Oman to further their social, teaching & academic career. Teach in Oman your specialist subject to school children from 4 upwards.
Teaching in Oman
All year round there are full-time jobs to teach in Oman at kindergarten/nursery, primary/elementary, secondary/high schools. Teaching school year starts in mid August and finishes around the second week in June the next year. Apply for a Oman teacher’s job well in advance bearing in mind paperwork gathering and visa requirement rules.
Classroom teachers can also gain employment throughout the year, although teaching normally starts around August to September.
Education jobs in Oman international schools
Teaching in Oman to school age learners English or your subject requires formal teaching experience and subject specific qualifications. Teacher’s can find jobs at international schools in Oman cities from Muscat, Sohar, Salalah, Sur and towns from classroom teaching to management positions.
You can secure a job as a teacher to children from 3-18 years teaching local & international students.
Oman teacher salary
Salaries for school teachers in Oman: (Pay package also includes other benefits) from 800-1200 Omani Riyal per month, depending on experience and qualifications.
All international employed teachers’ packages include free flights to Oman, accommodation/allowance, free medical insurance cover, most utilities and holiday pay. Senior post holders receive more benefits and allowances. Salaries are tax free. Contracts are typically 2 years renewable.
Teachers contracted hours are round 35-40 hours per week with 2 days off.
International school teacher requirements Oman
You require be a qualified school age teacher with a recognised teaching qualification and or undergraduate degree. English teacher jobs in schools require you to be a native English speaker, or fluency in the language. A school will ask for 2 + years teaching experience for their and visa requirements.
Residence, work permit and via requirements are general for all teachers for the following:
- Request that you are no older than 60 (Work and residency requirements)
- Qualification and certification documents attested by your home country and Omani embassy
- No criminal police record, dated not older than 6 months
- BA/BSc and above for international schools and teaching qualification) BEd, PGDE, PGCE for UK qualified with QT or QTS. Certified teacher for USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Ireland, other. Teaching qualification should be at the age you wish to teach
- 2 years + classroom teaching experience in the subject and age level
- Degree in the subject you will teach
- Native English speaker for employer and visa requirements
- Medically fit with test certificate
School teacher documentation
When you state to an employer or agent you wish to proceed you will be asked for a copy of: Resume/CV, scanned colour copy data page of your passport, sign a provisional agreement possibly, references, copies of qualifications and the usual photo of yourself.
This is standard international teacher recruitment practice. The school uses these documents to first confirm your identity and if you are qualified for the job, also to apply formerly for your work visa as an employer.
Teacher subject positions
International school teacher positions as: Classroom teacher head teacher Head of department
All the usual curriculum subject areas are covered in Oman schools at primary/elementary, high school/secondary age for you to become a teacher.
Male and female school jobs in Oman can be to teach high school secondary students, primary/elementary or nursery/kindergarten children.
Primary/elementary Oman school teachers can gain a job as a grade/year 1, 2 , 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
Early years teachers jobs offering part and full-time roles are advertised for international school kindergartens at various times of the year, generally January to June each year..
Living and activities in Oman
The Sultanate of Oman (Official Arabic name for Oman) is a relatively crime free country. During your free time, well not preparing lessons, you can experience humpback whales of the coast at Dhofar, desert safari’s and possibly sight an Oryx or a Leopard in the wild.
Population: 3,630,000 approximately Area size: 309, 501 SQ km GMT + 4 hours during standard time Capital: Muscat Language: Arabic
Climate: Hot and humid summers mild in the winter Currency: Omani Riyal Dialing code: + 968 for overseas callers
Cities & towns in Oman
- Adam As Sib Al Ashkharah Al Buraimi Al Hamra Al Jazer Al Madina A’Zarqa Al Suwaiq Bahla Barka Bidbid Bidiya
- Dibba Al-Baya Duqm Haima Ibra Ibri Izki Jabrin Jalan Bani Bu Hassan Khasab
- Mad’ha Mahooth Manah Masirah Matrah Mudhaybi Mudhaireb Muscat Nizwa Quriyat
- Raysut Rustaq Ruwi Saham Shinas Saiq Salalah Samail Sohar Sur Tan`am Thumrait
Where to find available in Oman schools?
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