Thank you for your interest in working at Kinabalu International School. There are currently no teaching vacancies for the 2018-19 academic year.

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Why Join Kinabalu International School?

  • An established, successful school with recent CIS
  • A not for profit school, owned by our parent body
  • A diverse, friendly and welcoming school community
  • Committed, motivated and well behaved students
  • Supportive parents
  • Collaborative team environment
  • Time and opportunity to focus on teaching and the needs of individual students
  • Opportunities for Professional Development and Career Advancement
  • Staff involvement in enrichment activities: Extra Curricular Activities, House Competitions, Charity Committee etc

  • Monthly salary paid in Malaysian Ringgit, that can be easily sent home
  • Start of contract airfare, baggage allowance and accommodation on arrival
  • Assistance to find housing and a car
  • Medical Insurance
  • Travel Insurance
  • 5% Pension Contribution
  • Tuition Free Education for up to 4 children
  • Annual home leave flights
  • End of contract airfare home and baggage allowance

  • Year-round warm and sunny tropical climate
  • Safe, friendly and welcoming multi-cultural, multi-faith and multi-ethnic community
  • Low cost, yet high standard of living in a tropical paradise
  • World famous travel and leisure opportunities on your doorstep, including wildlife, mountains, beaches and rainforests
  • Weekends can be filled with a wide range of outdoors activities: swimming, beaches, snorkeling and diving, jungle trekking, vast array of restaurants and a friendly KIS and local community to socialise with
  • Cheap, easy and accessible travel around the region

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Kinabalu International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers, the Disclosure and Barring Services or relevant Police Authorities.