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Current Opportunities


  • Assist with day-to-day classroom activities 
  • Assists students during regular eating, playing, and bathroom time
  • Aid in the preparation of the classroom environment
  • Overseeing students during non-classroom times including lunch, specialists, Outdoor play, bathroom, and on school field trips.
  • Complying with all school policies including but not limited to, attendance and child protection. 


  • Experience working in a classroom setting (preferably with young children)
  • Able to work collaboratively within a team 
  • Able to implement feedback given by classroom teacher 
  • Has basic computer skills



  • Bachelor Degree in Social Studies.
  • Minimum 5 years of teaching experience in international schools. 



  • Bachelor Degree in Arabic Language.
  • Minimum 5 years of teaching experience in international schools. 
  • Experience in teaching IB curriculum. 
  • Experience in teaching IGCSA for High School.



  • Bachelor Degree in Islamic Studies.
  • Minimum 5 years of teaching experience in international schools.


  • Developing marketing plan. 
  • Developing a communication improvement strategy.
  • Managing school website and social media accounts.
  • Leading marketing campaigns. 


  • 2- 5 years of Marketing Experience (preferably in schools).
  • Proficiency in English and Arabic.
  • Graphic Design.
  • Excellent Communication Skills.

Job Overview:

 The Junior School Music Teacher is expected to be bilingual and have a strong background in music theory, as well as experience in teaching music to young children and create a fun, engaging, and inclusive environment for all students to learn and explore music. 


Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and deliver a comprehensive music curriculum for students in years K-3 that aligns with Cambridge Primary Music strands and objectives, and Nün Academy values.
  • Teach students music theory, history, and performance skills, as well as encourage creativity and exploration in music.
  • Use a variety of teaching methods, including hands-on activities, games, and technology to engage and inspire students in learning music.
  • Collaborate with classroom teachers to integrate music lessons into other subjects.
  • Plan and conduct school musical productions, performances, and events.
  • Evaluate student progress and provide feedback to students and parents through progress reports and school organised development discussions.
  • Maintain an organized and safe classroom environment, including the management of music equipment and supplies.
  • Participate in school events and the established extended music program.
  • Attend professional development provided by the school, including the positive discipline approach.


  • Bachelor’s degree in music education or a related field.
  • Bilingual skills; Arabic and English
  • At least 2 years of experience teaching music to young children in a school setting.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with colleagues
  • Strong knowledge of music theory and history, as well as performance skills.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills in both Arabic and English to collaborate with classroom teachers, parents, and students.
  • Ability to use a variety of teaching methods to engage and inspire students.
  • Ability to manage a classroom and create a safe and inclusive environment.
  • Willingness to participate in school events and extracurricular activities.



  • 2 Years of Activities experience
  • Proficiency in English and Arabi
  • Flexible Working  Hours


  • After School Clubs
  • Breaks and Summer Programs
  • Workshops and Training
  • Students and parents enrichment programs. 

Job Overview:

The Head of Support Services will promote student inclusion by leading and managing SEN programs and practices to develop the teaching and learning of students with individual learning needs across the Junior, Primary, and Secondary Schools. The Head of Support Services reports to the Head of the Junior School (appointed line manager)

Key Responsibilities:

Vision and Planning 

  • Work collaboratively with HOSs & HODs to identify growth and professional development areas within the teaching staff at NUN Academy.
  • Work collaboratively with HOSs & HODs to develop the SEN administrative structure and conduct ongoing systems evaluation that identifies strengths and areas of improvement. 


  • Promote and maintain a positive working environment.
  • Be a model educator for SEN  teachers and professionals. 
  • Demonstrate effective data collection, RTI, and differentiation strategies where needed.
  • Exercise transformative leadership within the SEN team.
  • Maintain updated confidential student records.
  • Conduct mentoring, co-teaching, meetings, consultations, mini professional-development sessions and/or refer SEN teachers for external professional development sessions based on needs.
  • Meet regularly with SEN faculty to ensure that the appropriate curriculum, including IEP goals, is taught, review plans, and monitor effectiveness.
  • Meet regularly with HODs to ensure SEN services continuity and successful transitions between schools.
  • Work with HODs to organize and maintain appropriate performance evaluation rubrics for SEN staff.
  • Familiarize new department members with policies, systems, and practices in place.
  • Prepare an end-of-year report for the SEN department.


Admission and Assessment

  • Administer initial intake assessments when needed and write an objective interpretation of the findings. 
  • Review and evaluate students’ applications before and/or after intake to assist in    determining enrollment and/or placement.
  • Refer for additional testing (e.g., psycho-educational, SLP evaluation, OT evaluation,     behavioural screening).
  •  Contribute to the process of analyzing schoolwide data to determine needed support services.



  •  Gather multiple objective data points from various professionals to discuss support     services.
  • Conduct classroom observations or appoint a SEN staff member to observe when needed.
  • Manage caseloads and percentages of schoolwide SEN admissions.
  • Identify the training needs of teachers in response to referrals (RTI, differentiation, etc.).
  • Mentor, collaborate, support, and develop teachers along with the Head of School as    needed in the implementation of RTI, differentiation, and data collection.
  •  Follow up with educators, shadow teachers, and other external service providers  strategically. 


Individualised Educational Plan (IEP)

  •  Conduct and organise yearly IEP meetings between parents and professionals
  •  Ensure the IEP is written objectively, focusing on student strengths and areas of 
  • growth/challenge. 
  • Ensure that the goals and objectives within the IEP are individualised, meaningful, and can be measured with fidelity. 
  • Ensure the teaching environment/individualised program consists of the curriculum,   resources, and materials needed for individual success. 
  • Ensure needed accommodations (access arrangements)  and/or modifications are    implemented and communicated to all stakeholders.
  • Monitor daily plan implementation within the expected structure timeline of completion. 



  • Contribute to the process of SEN budget management.
  • Identify the appropriate resources to be allocated to meet the individual needs of the SEN student population in collaboration with the line manager.
  • Advocate for allocations of resources throughout the school year as the needs of the students evolve. 
  • Create yearly orders, including materials and curriculums for the following school year.


Hiring and Onboarding

  •  Identify the needs within the SEN  department.
  • Work with the line manager to seek approval for additional positions when needed. 
  • Write job descriptions when needed.
  • Identify possible candidates and perform initial interviews and screening.


Bilingual skills: Arabic and English

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills in Arabic and English to collaborate with classroom teachers, parents, and students.


  • Bachelor in special education (minimum) with a minimum of five years of  experience.
  • Post-graduate training or qualification in working within an inclusive environment and with students with different needs will be highly regarded.

Professional Skills

  • An accomplished leader, skilled in supervising and coordinating a group of adult employees and smoothly resolving issues and overcoming obstacles.
  • Life-long learner.
  • Innovative in practice and training.
  • Growth Mindset.
  • Positive in building and maintaining relationships.
  • Collaborative.
  • Resilient.