Thank you for your interest in working with us. You are on the school’s official recruitment page where we advertise all of our vacancies.
We are aware of a recent and fraudulent scam whereby messages are being sent to applicants advising them that they have been shortlisted for a vacancy through MonsterGulf, and requesting answers to a list of questions. In some cases, fake job offers have been sent asking for payment to complete the recruitment process.
Please ignore these messages and do not share any personal details or transfer any funds. Kindly note that we only review official, direct applications submitted via this page or via TES. We do not work with MonsterGulf or any other job site/ agency and never ask for any form of payment during the recruitment process.
We are pleased to accept applications from both NQTs and experienced teachers with at least two years experience. A willingness to contribute to our co-curricular programme and extended day is essential. Attractive packages reflect the professionalism of our staff and the value we place on them. Only applications completed via the links above can be considered.
We are proud to follow the “Safer Recruitment” model as followed by Cranleigh UK and all UK schools in line with best practice. We are diligent in ensuring compliance with all local ADEK rules regarding the hiring of teachers as well as going beyond their standards to ensure the safeguarding of the children within our care. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and education of our children and expect all our staff to share this commitment.
All staff recruited are subject to appropriate police checks and receipt of exemplary references.
Cranleigh Abu Dhabi is an Equal Opportunities employer. Only applications submitted via the links on this website can be considered. Cranleigh Abu Dhabi is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all its employees and volunteers to share this commitment. All employees resident in the UAE are subject to the laws of the United Arab Emirates and the regulations of the Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK).