British International School, Phuket is a leading international day and boarding school in Thailand offering a quality education for children aged 18 months to 18 years from throughout the world.

Information for Academic Teaching Positions:

Applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and Post-Graduate Teaching Certificate (PGCE), or Education degree. Knowledge of the UK National Curriculum, IGCSE and IBDP will be advantageous.

The health of a school is wholly dependent upon the quality, and wellbeing, of its academic staff.  The school therefore, seeks teachers who are ambitious for their students, worthy of trust and can be relied upon as colleagues.  In turn, the school management must demonstrate these same attributes in its relationship with the teachers. This is what makes BISP a caring school, and it is this emphasis upon quality, trust and mutual support that underpins and determines our recruitment objectives.

Please note that BISP remains an independent school and is not a part of the Nord Anglia group.

Please visit the link for further information and applications:

Early applications are encouraged as appointments may be made before the closing date.

The British International School Phuket is a caring school. The staff turnover each year is low (typically around 10%) and the average length of stay exceeds six years.  This is not because of the beaches and sunshine, although, to be perfectly honest, this does no harm to our recruitment. Many teachers have children at the school. The balance of male to female teacher is almost exactly even throughout the school, including Early Years, and although there is a very healthy age spread from the aged (me) to those who are in their first few years of teaching, it is an exceptionally experienced staff overall. The school has outstanding facilities, and places a great emphasis upon a healthy lifestyle and caring for others. It is a happy place, and we are looking for teachers who will contribute positively, and enhance our culture. Experience of the flying-trapeze might be a distinct advantage.

Neil Richards
Headmaster

BISP does not discriminate with regard to race, colour, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, political opinion, or disability(dependent upon precise physical requirements).