Teaching Jobs in Italy

2020-02-19
Secondary Mathematics Teacher, - Bologna, Italy
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:Until Filled
2020-02-18
Three New Teachers, - Aurisina, Italy
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-03-09
2020-02-13
Supply Teacher, - Rome, Italy
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:Until Filled
2020-02-12
Head of Physical Education (Senior School), - Rome, Italy
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-02-28
2020-02-11
Physics Teacher, - Vicenza, Italy
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-02-29
2020-02-11
Teacher of French, - Rome, Italy
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-02-28
2020-02-07
Teacher of Mandarin, - Rome, Italy
  • Start: September 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-02-28
Teaching Jobs in Italy International Schools

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International School Jobs in Italy

Teaching Jobs in Italy International Schools

Many of the international schools to be found in Italy are located in large urban centres such as Rome, Milan, Naples, and Bologna. There are not as many international teaching jobs in smaller towns or in rural locations. While some international schools offer full K-12 provision, others specialise in early years, primary or secondary education. There are a large number of Primary school teaching jobs in Italy. However, teachers of most grades and subjects should be able to find teaching jobs in Italy international schools. Most international schools in Italy are accredited and deliver an internationally recognised curriculum such as the International Baccalaureate (PYP, MYP, and IBDP), US Common Core/AERO, or the British curriculum.

International School Jobs Italy

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How to Find Teaching Jobs in Italy International Schools

International School Jobs Italy

The majority of international school jobs in Italy adhere to the Western academic calendar, starting in September and running to June or July. New hires will generally start work in September or January. Recruitment for teaching jobs in Italy will normally start in October or November of the previous year. It is important to note that not all vacancies are open to expats, and many management and support roles will be filled locally. The most commonly advertised vacancies for expatriates teaching abroad in Italy include early years, primary, and secondary teaching jobs, principal and coordinator posts, SEN/SEND and learning support, as well school counsellor and teacher librarian openings. English is the language of instruction in most international schools in Italy, though some schools are bilingual. A teacher’s licence, QTS, PGCE or equivalent qualification is normally essential for teaching jobs in Italy international schools.