The International School of Port of Spain (ISPS) is a mission-driven school. Our dedicated faculty and staff aim to develop independent learners who strive for academic excellence, pursue their unique potential and meet challenges with confidence and integrity as they prepare for global citizenship. As an accredited, private, independent school ISPS is a community that is passionate about learning and the pursuit of personal excellence.
As a vibrant learning community we are seeking professionals who are able to see the unique potential in each of our students and are able to develop independent learners who strive for academic excellence, pursue their unique potential and meet challenges with confidence and integrity as they prepare for global citizenship.
If you are passionate about learning and the pursuit of personal excellence please consider joining our community at The International School of Port of Spain.
We are looking for difference makers, future shapers!!
Vacancies should be applied for using our standard application process, which use an external website. This is indicated by a link at the end of the description of the post - please take care to follow the protocol of the platform for which the application applies.
Current Job Vacancies
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The International School of Port of Spain is the preferred choice for families seeking an international education for their child/children in Trinidad & Tobago.
The Director of Admission and Enrollment Management is responsible for the overall direction of student and family recruitment, enrollment, re-enrollment, and the fulfillment of admission goals.
ISPS is looking for energetic and motivated substitute teachers to work with students at all levels and in different subjects, pre-kindergarten to high school. Science, English and Maths teachers are especially welcomed. A Substitute Teacher at ISPS maintains the regular instructional and classroom management processes for teachers who may be absent for a day or longer periods of time.
The Principal has overall responsibility for initiating and leading significant enhancements and continual improvements in teaching and learning across the grades within his/her Division.
The Principal examines and assesses current classroom practices, and encourages, inspires, and guides faculty in their ongoing efforts to provide an outstanding 21st century education to all students.