NIST International School

NIST International School

The first and only full, not-for-profit International Baccalaureate (IB) international school in Bangkok, Thailand, NIST International School was established in 1992 with the support of the United Nations. We now welcome over 1,700 students, representing more than 60 nationalities, and provide all three IB programmes. Our school is governed by the parent-elected NIST International School Foundation and is accredited through the Council of International Schools (CIS) and New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

Recognized worldwide for its progressive approach, the IB programmes provide students with critical 21st century skills. The academic structure emphasizes exploration, risk-taking and trans-disciplinary learning. All students engage in extended service learning that encourages them to empathize with others and actively solve issues. We also partner with other top international schools in offering the Global Citizen Diploma, an optional qualification that allows graduates to showcase their strengths in leadership, service and community engagement. Our school maintains strong child protection policies and procedures, and we carefully screen all applicants by requiring a full, official background clearance, in turn providing a safe, secure environment for all students.

  • About the School
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1992
Private
Not for Profit
NIST International School Foundation
4.00
Day
Co-Educational
None
Council of International Schools (CIS)
New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA - Thailand)

Contact Information
Contact Details
+66 (0)2 017 5888
+66 (0)2 253 1193
Campus Address
36 Sukhumvit Soi 15
Klongtoey-nua, Wattana
Thailand
Krung Thep Mahanakhon
Bangkok
Not set
10110

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Education Information
IB DP
IB MYP
IB PYP
English
PreK
13

Tuition Fees
15900.0
28900.0

Teacher Information
194
6
94
26

Student Information
1710
0
111
764
384
451
0
26
75
62
Teaching Information
182
August
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Job Types and Salaries
Teacher
53000.00
82000.00

Visa Requirements
Minimum Qualification Level
B.Ed., M.Ed., teaching license or equivalent qualification
School Benefits
Number of Contract Days
While the number of contract days may vary slightly from year to year, it typically ranges between 182 to 186.
Starting Salary Range
As of 2019, the NIST salary scale begins at a minimum of just over THB 1,710,000 (approximately USD $53,000) per year for full-time teaching staff (and one additional step allotted for a graduate qualification), with a maximum entry point of THB 2,300,000 (approximately USD $72,000).
Taxes
Taxes are deducted according to Thai law. Average deductions for NIST teachers are 20-25%.
Savings Potential
Bangkok and Thailand are relatively inexpensive compared to other world cities, and a NIST salary provides the ability to live as simply or comfortably as desired.
Accommodation
We provide a monthly housing allowance between THB 42,800 to 64,200 for overseas hires based on dependent status. Additionally, upon arrival in Thailand, up to five nights of accommodation are provided in a hotel close to the school.
Flights/Transport
Airfare is provided for teachers and their dependents upon appointment, as well as return tickets after the completion of the initial two-year contract. Annual round-trip flights are provided thereafter.
Moving Allowance
A settling-in allowance of THB 50,000, subject to taxation, is provided for all overseas hires.
Medical
Comprehensive health insurance is provided for all eligible staff and their dependents, and it applies worldwide. (Please note that the conditions may vary slightly for citizens of the United States.) The school also self-insures annual medical checkups and maternity benefits.
Dental
Dental coverage up to THB 20,000 per year is provided in the form of reimbursements by the school.

IB Hebrew A Part-time Teacher

Required for August 2021

NIST is looking for an effective and collaborative teacher for Hebrew mother tongue language. The preferred candidate will have experience of the IB PYP/MYP and DP Programme.

Professional Expectations include:
• Experience and commitment to teaching Elementary and Secondary Hebrew is preferred.
• Demonstrated commitment to collaborative planning and teaching.
• Proven ability to work effectively in a team.
• Understanding of how to teach receptive and productive content of non-literary texts, including visual texts.
• Ability to teach across a range of age groups.
• Involvement in language, literature or culture based extra-curricular activities.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Perform duties in accordance with the NIST Child Safeguarding Code of Conduct and NIST Professional Code of Conduct.
• Commitment to meeting individual needs and ability to differentiate for a range of abilities.
• Desire to teach in an active, engaging environment.
• Experience of using a variety of teaching styles.
• An understanding of positive behavior strategies.
• Suitably experienced candidates will also be considered for additional substitute teaching should they so wish.

NIST is an ambitious school with a mission to do our best for every student. We have a focus on achievement in the broadest sense and a collaborative and inquiry-based approach is an expected feature in all aspects of learning and also within the professional life of the school. Contribution to the broader life and activities of NIST is important to us, as is an open mind and a commitment to professional learning.

Starting: 1 Aug 2021
Apply By: 15 Jul 2021
Closes In: 20 days