The mission of the European Azerbaijan School is to provide each student a diverse and vibrant education in a compassionate and supportive environment which promotes respect, innovation, creativity, intercultural understanding and critical thinking. This enables students to become reflective and respectful international citizens who, as empowered lifelong learners, can flourish globally and contribute fully and meaningfully to their community and create a more peaceful and inclusive society.
If you are an enthusiastic teacher, an education specialist who has willingness to help to grow such individuals and have appropriate training and professional competencies to work at a school distinguished by its advantages, and looking for new experiences, please provide EAS with the following documents:
- Letter of application explaining the reason of the intention to work as a teacher at the EAS and how you can contribute to the school. This gives you an opportunity to tell us about yourself, trainings participated and your work experience.
- CV/Resume with contact information of two (w) referees. You may provide up to two (2) letters of recommendation as part of your application.
International and local candidates can contact via the below-mentioned e-mail address:
Once we have received applications we select suitable candidates for an interview. The interview can be via Skype or face to face, either at the EAS campus or an upcoming recruitment fair. Our interviews for teaching positions reflect our approaches covering all aspects of the candidate’s teaching and learning process and commitments.
While each interview is different, the key questions will be more about success of your teaching career, the benefits of your professional experience and your approach to teaching, learning, and assessing student performance will be deeply explored.
We encourage you to prove your approaches in the above areas with specific examples, as well as provide evidence of the positive impact of your teaching performance on the development of your students.