with BASIS International Schools
What Makes a Career with BASIS International Schools Unique?
Our Teachers are Trusted Subject Experts & Passionate Educators
BASIS International teachers are experts who love teaching and inspiring students to learn to love learning. Our teachers are treated as true professionals, and are encouraged to bring their own passions and interests into the classroom to convince students of the wonder of their discipline.
Freedom & Flexibility in Teaching
Our teachers are trusted with the flexibility they need to maximize student engagement. This flexibility allows our teachers to pursue new ideas, create new content, and innovate in a way that builds student mastery
Successful & Growing Network
As a BASIS Curriculum Schools teacher, you are a part of a successful and growing global network of schools. This means opportunities for career growth and advancement as we bring the BASIS Curriculum to new locations around the world.
Strong Teaching Community
BASIS International School teachers and staff become part of a worldwide community of talented, curious, and interesting educators. Teachers are able to work with colleagues from around the world to incorporate best practices and cutting-edge approaches to education.
Our bright, passionate teachers utilize the BASIS Curriculum to provide a rigorous, high-achieving education. We are raising the bar for international education with the same BASIS Curriculum that has produced the top schools in the U.S.
Highly Engaged Students
Our students are highly engaged and focused, while at the same time creative and curious. They are a joy to teach!
A Great Support
Support for Teachers During COVID-19
When the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the globe, schools were forced to close, teachers and students quarantined, and some teachers were unable to return to the country where they were teaching. BASIS International Schools has stood out among schools in caring for our teachers!
- We proactively provided our teachers priority access to healthcare, delivered food to teachers’ apartments, provided transportation to medical facilities, and provided ways for teachers to stay virtually connected with colleagues, family, and students.
- Teachers received assistance in coordinating immediate flights to ensure their safe return prior to travel restrictions. Teachers were also given assistance in navigating quarantine requirements and provided with enhanced support for their families upon returning.
- New teachers with contracts for the 2020-21 school year were not only guaranteed their positions while they waited to enter China, but were also provided with global healthcare coverage and funding to see them through the waiting time until they arrived in China to teach.
Teacher Training and Support
BASIS International Schools recognize that teaching abroad is an exciting and unique experience, but it can also be intimidating, or even, initially, overwhelming. This is why we provide:
- A week-long summer training event to help new teachers integrate into the BASIS Curriculum Schools network, as well as connect with new colleagues.
- Guidance from a network of Subject Area Advisors, mentor teachers that provide specific insights on teaching the BASIS Curriculum
- Abundant resources to help you teach your subject to your fullest potential
- Engaged and supportive parent community
“The teaching community here is amazing, in a sense that there are people from; South Africa, England, America, Canada, India, China, Hong Kong. You name the area of the world and we have someone who has probably lived there or is from there. They all come here as a community to teach our children and to expand their world view and their ideas.”
Director of Recruiting
“The parents here are very supportive. Last year, I had a parent thank me for moving to China with my daughters so that I could teach her son.”
Primary STEM Teacher
“We have lots of freedom to hit the goals as we see fit. It allows us to create content that students are really going to get excited about, and that I'm also excited about.”