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.
Current Job Vacancies
Vacancies should be applied for using our standard application process, which uses 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.
Please click on the job title(s) below for further information on individual positions. No job titles indicate that there are currently no vacancies.
The Business Manager is responsible for the management of the business, financial, and physical plant operations of the school. A thorough understanding of financial reporting and the ability to implement and establish effective financial monitoring practices and procedures as an effective support to the school’s academic and activities program is essential.
The Admission Officer will report to and work alongside the Student Enrollment Manager in providing the vital function of personalized attention to each family and their individual hopes for their children. The Admission Officer is responsible for overseeing the complete admission process from initial enquiry, student entry, and departure from ISPS.
Part-Time Systems Administrator
The Part-Time Systems Administrator co-ordinates the planning and implementation of IT systems in support of the school in order to improve cost effectiveness and service quality. The Part-Time Systems Administrator is expected to be a part of the management team that will make inputs to the business strategy and capabilities required for enhanced performance of the school.