Wednesday, 22nd May
- last day of IB diploma exams
Friday, 24th May
- last day of IGCSE exams
Friday, 24th May
– Spring Concert
Saturday, 25th May
– Grade 12 Graduation
Wednesday, 29th May
- Sports Day at Hiroshima Stadium
Tuesday, 4th June
– PYP Student-led Conferences
Employment at HIS
Hiroshima International School only employs qualified teachers with at least two years of experience in a bona fide school. 'Qualified' will normally mean having undertaken a course of initial teacher training of at least one year duration and which qualifies you to teach in the position applied for in your national system. Experience of the IB programmes is preferred. Applications are welcome from teachers of all nationalities and cultures, but absolute fluency in English is essential.
If you are thinking of applying for a teaching position at HIS, please take a few minutes to read the following items. Each will tell you something about working at HIS and living in Hiroshima.
If you are interested in working at HIS, please e-mail your CV / resume and a letter explaining who you are and why you want to work here.
Please apply only for specific advertised vacancies, including a CV / resume (including contact details of referees) and letter of application to the Principal:
principal (_at_) hiroshima-is.ac.jp.
Vacancy - Teacher of Physical Education
HIS requires a part-time teacher of Physical Education (PE) to start in August 2013: the position will initially involve working 3 days a week teaching PE from EC3 to Grade 10. Teachers with experience and/or qualification in this area of teaching should contact the school's Principal, Mark Exton, at firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance, including a brief resume and letter of application.
Unsolicited applications will not be acknowledged unless from qualified and experienced teachers currently residing in Hiroshima. Applications from candidates without the requisite qualifications or experience will not be acknowledged.