International Education Services is quickly becoming recognized as one of the industry's fastest growing recruitment firms in the education field. Our team members have the capacity to build meaningful, long-lasting relationships through transparent communication and personalized attention. Our success is a result of our commitment to finding the best-qualified candidates and matching them with schools holding such values as inclusion and integrity. This is confidently achieved through our ability to understand what schools require and what the teachers are looking for in their placements. As a result, we acquire the best candidates, find the best solutions and achieve the best results.
International Education Services endeavors to facilitate professional partnerships between international schools and educators. As such, we strive to offer transparency regarding schools and educators to help ensure ideal matches and the satisfaction of all of our clients. Our vision is to unite schools and education professionals with the common goal of building school communities that value safety, inclusion and integrity and guiding students to become well-rounded lifelong learners and global citizens.
seeking head of kinder garten.
We have many schools in China are looking for primary teachers.
Now interviewing candidates for a Learning Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator for an international school in Kyrgyzstan. Candidates must have a related degree, excellent English communication skills and experience in the field.
A new school in Nanjing is looking for A-Level teachers for the following subjects. Candidates must be in China now, have QTS and at least 5 years’ experience of teaching GCSE (and/or IGCSE) and A levels.
We still have some open vacancies for VA, Music and Drama teachers. Candidates must be in China now due to travel restrictions.
At International Education Services, child protection and safety are at the very core of our values. We take steps to ensure only the most qualified educators are given the privilege of working with today's youth.
Throughout our mandatory reference process, former employers are asked directly about candidates' interactions with students and criminal record, providing third-party perspectives from professionals regarded as strong advocates for student safety.