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There is much you can learn from teaching. Even more you can teach from learning. 
We want to recruit and retain the best professionals in order to achieve the Stonehill mission. The quality of our educational programme can only be as high as the quality of our staff.

What we look for in a teacher at Stonehill

Working at Stonehill International School is an exciting opportunity for any educator genuinely interested in international education, excited about progressive approaches to pedagogy, and committed to contributing to a broad range of curriculum opportunities for students to be successful in.

Stonehill prides itself on being the most ‘international’ of the various schools in Bangalore, not just in terms of student and faculty diversity, but also in our focus on developing ‘Global Citizens’ in our community. Our teachers play a key role in this endeavour. They develop units of inquiry that encourage students to engage with key global issues, organise opportunities for students to interact with the local community, and promote multilingualism and a strong understanding of the local culture and languages. Our teachers understand that ‘international’ doesn’t mean ‘western’, and they help students develop a healthy appreciation of both their own cultures and those of others around the world.

Our teachers are also firm believers in the value of a genuine ‘IB education’. We don’t just pay lip service to the expectations of the IB programmes; instead, we live and breathe the IB philosophy in everything we do. Our teachers create learning experiences for students that develop collaboration, communication and problem solving, and there is a strong emphasis on reflection, information literacy and transferable skills and conceptual understanding.

Finally, our teachers are all committed to our broad-based curriculum and share our belief in the importance of diverse paths to success for all students. The faculty run a range of after-school activities, coach sports teams, put on drama and music productions, engage in community service work, create art exhibitions, run technology clubs and workshops, and participate in all school activities throughout the year. Yes, it’s exhausting, but it’s also highly rewarding to see our students and teachers thriving in such a range of pursuits

So if the four paragraphs above describe you and your approach to working in schools, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.

About the School

Stonehill International School Education Leadership Team 2023
Stonehill International School is located to the North of Bangalore, 5km to the West of the Airport Road. The school delivers a rigorous academic education for students aged 3 to 18 based on the IB PYP, MYP and DP Curricula. In addition to a demanding academic programme, students participate in a wide range of sporting, performing arts and co-curricular activities. The school currently caters for students from some 35+ different countries and employs a highly professional international teaching staff. Successful candidates will have knowledge and experience of teaching one or more of the above IB Curricula and a pedagogical approach that prepares children for life in the 21st century. The school does not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, religion, race or nationality. However, we rarely, if ever, employ teachers with less than two years experience in bona fide schools. All positions advertised are full-time unless indicated otherwise. Some of the positions below are for replacement. Others are for expansion.

Job Opportunities at Stonehill

We aim to recruit and retain the very best professionals to make Stonehill the school of choice in international education. Discover our vacancies below and see if your next move could be to Stonehill International School!

Primary School

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Primary TA Stonehill International School is looking for an experienced and committed Teaching Assistant for our International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP). Candidates should have a keen interest in working with students aged 3-12 to support their learning in the Arts. This role will help support our Primary Performing and Visual Arts Programme. Ideally you will have a minimum of 2 years experience (after education/internship) in a PYP school, and be interested in the Arts. Stonehill typically prefers candidates with experience in international schools, a clear understanding of teaching and learning, good communication skills, and a clear commitment to the IB PYP philosophy. JOB DESCRIPTION APPLY NOW




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Governing Council Project Manager The responsibility of the GCPM is to work with the Governing Council Board Members for strategic decision making, supporting the GC in execution of various tasks & projects and to work closely with the Governing Council Chairperson to ensure the GC goals and initiatives are met   JOB DESCRIPTION APPLY NOW 
IT Engineer/Technician We at Stonehill International School - IT Support Team are looking for a Sound and IT Technician to support our daily activities. Assist the Head of IT/Whole School Coordinator to assist PYP teachers in teaching Technology classes and maintaining inventory at Maker Space. Understanding of sound systems is preferred and a willingness to learn and assist in the setup of sound systems for events. JOB DESCRIPTION


External Relations Manager At least ten years of relevant experience in networking and business development with a strong customer service mindset and excellent communication skills. Experience working with senior management of multinational companies will be an added advantage JOB DESCRIPTION


Stonehill International School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The school will reserve the right to conduct background screening, and make this explicitly clear to employees, at any time after employment has begun – and will do so periodically. It should also be made clear to all applicants that any misrepresentation, falsification, or material omissions in the information provided by the applicant, whenever discovered, may result in disqualification from, or termination of, employment within the school.

Aligned with the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection, we hold ourselves to a high standard of effective recruiting practices with specific attention to child protection.

Professional Development

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Teacher during professional development day at Stonehill International school, Bangalore
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Stonehill International School, Bangalore teachers during a Professional development day
Stonehill International school Bangalore Teachers during a professional development day

Teachers have to make education a lifelong journey of discovery and achievement for themselves, before they can inspire the same in their students. At Stonehill, we strive to instil the love of learning in our students and our teachers. The school is committed to helping teachers embody and encourage the application of the IB Learner Profile in every situation – a set of attitudes and behaviours that the IB continuum of education fosters in every learner. In this respect, among many others, an IB teacher is a different kind of educator. We invest significantly in teacher training, enabling our faculty to participate in workshops and conferences with internal and external IB trainers. This emphasis on professional development results in our ability to bring the best of an IB education to not just our students, but also our teachers.

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