Teacher of Dutch

Founded in 1924, the Ecole Internationale de Genève (Ecolint) welcomes 4,500 students aged 3 to 18, representing more than 130 nationalities. Our 1,250 staff from all over the world work on our three campuses (La Grande Boissière and Campus des Nations in Geneva, La Châtaigneraie in the canton of Vaud).

In our 7 schools, our students benefit from international teaching and bilingual supervision of the highest quality.

To fulfil our mission of "Educating students to be global citizens with the courage and capacity to create a just and joyful tomorrow together", every member of staff can draw inspiration from our hundred years of experience, our constant drive to innovate, and our strong humanitarian values. Through our Ecolint Institute, we are committed to provide our staff with excellent professional development opportunities.



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Teacher of Dutch

Part-time: 4 periods in the WLP programme (World Language Programme)



  • Teach Dutch as a DP Language A or Language B
  • Attend regular Department meetings
  • Regularly assess the progress of students and records and report those results to parents

Candidates requirements

  • Strong experience of teaching Dutch in the  DP 
  • Experience in working for an international school
  • Native proficiency in Dutch
  • Excellent classroom management and organisational skills;
  • Be able to manage resources efficiently so that teaching and learning is effectively supported;
  • Have an ability to work in French and English;
  • Ensure curriculum entitlement and progression is achieved for all students;
  • Good communication skills with colleagues and parents.


Candidates are required to apply online, by sending their CV, three references, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer, that may be followed at the point of interview and a covering letter addressed to Mrs Lola Robledo, WLP IB Coordinator, International School of Geneva, Campus des Nations, by 25th September 2023, mentioning the reference number 130 160.


The Ecole Internationale de Genève values and encourages diversity among its staff. We therefore welcome applications from candidates with a wide range of backgrounds and experience. The School is seriously committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All successful candidates will be subject to rigorous checks on their prior conduct with regard to Child Protection as appropriate to their position, including reference checking with previous employers and the relevant authorities.