Teaching English in Nairobi, Kenya

Date posted:2019-11-21 | Writer: The International School of Kenya | Email: [email protected]

The International School of Kenya has over 950 students from more than 65 countries. Our school is located on the outskirts of Nairobi on a pristine 40-acre campus that was once a coffee farm. We have an opportunity for an ESL learning support teacher who is available to start in January 2020. Teaching responsibilities may include working with students in class, a small group or pull out setting.

At the International School of Kenya the quality of teaching facilities and resources are very high and the emphasis on innovation, student-centered learning and student service programs makes this school a beacon amongst international schools.


The teacher’s primary responsibility is to ensure the success of each student as detailed in the ISK Mission, Vision and Educational Aims.

Additionally, the teacher will be expected to participate in a variety of collaborative teams and committees; fulfill supervision duties as assigned, including some evening and weekend events; and supervise/coach one co-curricular activity in the course.


At the core of ISK’s Compensation Philosophy is the aim to recruit, retain, and motivate top-tier faculty and staff. Employees receive a comprehensive benefit package that is highly competitive with both local and international markets.


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading with your resume/cv and a recent professional photo.

In keeping with the ISK core values and vision statement, ISK has a Child Protection Board Policy and an extensive Child Protection Manual to guide staff, volunteers, students, and families in matters related to the safety and care of children attending our school.