Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world
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UWC_Maastricht_Aboutus

Vacancies

UWC Maastricht recruits qualified and experienced teachers
from around the world who believe
in our school’s mission and vision.

Vacancies


Recruitment normally begins in February for positions for the school year starting in September. Applications can be submitted once positions are listed below or made known through external websites. The list of openings is updated regularly during the recruitment period.

Currently, we have the following positions:

Your Application


We encourage you to use for your CV / resume the Europass Curriculum Vitae.
This document helps to present your skills and qualifications effectively and clearly.

You can generate your CV in this format via:
https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/curriculum-vitae/templates-instructions

It is an added value if you confirm (as far as relevant) in your motivation letter, which diploma’s you consider can qualify you to get the relevant recognition by the Dutch Government (via DUO).   

Only applications with a full CV, motivation letter, and copies of relevant diplomas, certificates and passport will be considered.

Please submit your application for a position always in the English language, and per e-mail. We encourage that you list in the e-mail subject, the position and your surname. This will help us in the administrative processing of the expected large number of applications per vacancy.

In case you are invited for an interview for a Teaching vacancy, you will have to complete upfront this Personal Information Form. The information is needed to assess whether your teaching qualifications will get the mandatory accreditation by the Dutch Government (by DUO).

Any questions you may have may also be directed to:                                                      

HR Department
General number:   +31 (0)43 2 410 410
Email address:       vacancies@uwcmaastricht.nl

We hope to be able to welcome you now or in the future to the UWC!

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