Situated alongside the UN on the banks of Manhattan's east river, BIS-NY provides the perfect backdrop for world -class professional development, teaching and learning. Please use this page and the website to get a sense for what a special community we have here at BIS-NY and how your next career move might be waiting for you, here in New York city.
At BIS-NY we are always interested to hear from dynamic, inspirational teachers who may be looking for their next professional opportunity in the world's leading city.
All opportunities are posted on the Times Educational Supplement and we always welcome questions and speculative applications via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working at BIS-NY
The British International School of New York (BIS-NY) is a dynamic and nurturing community educating children in a stunning waterside campus in Manhattan. We are proud to welcome families from around forty countries to our school, which delivers a distinct and innovative curriculum, combining the International Baccalaureate and English National Curriculum. Alongside this rigorous and engaging curriculum, the school is also committed to providing a broad and inspiring wider programme in Sport, the Creative and Performing Arts and Community Service. The warmth of relations across the school and close, constructive cooperation with families are other essential ingredients in what makes the school such a great place to work and learn.
We are always interested in hearing from talented, committed and enthusiastic individuals to join our exceptional team of staff and help make BIS-NY even better.
Why do we love working at BIS-NY?
Choosing the next step in your career is a highly personal decision. As you explore whether BIS-NY is a good fit for you and your career, please take a moment to hear why so many educators are choosing to join and stay at BIS-NY.
- Why did you choose to work at BIS-NY?
- What is so special about BIS-NY's approach to teaching & learning environment?
- What's it like to relocate to and work in New York?
Why did you choose to work at BIS-NY?
What is so special about BIS-NY's approach to teaching & learning environment?
What's it like to relocate to and work in New York?
Teachers are keen to recieve feedback and value suggestions for improvement, demonstrating an openness to continuous professional development... There is a strong sense of a committed and professional commnunity of practitioners.