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ECC/PYP Music Teacher

Sector:  Education, Research and Innovation
Division:  EC-12

The Company

We call ourselves "dreamers and doers" for a reason: we can make happen not just what is possible, but what is impossible. We are collaborating on fresh ideas and new solutions in our engine room of creativity and innovation. By becoming part of our team at NEOM, you will join other top talent in their fields from all over the world. These visionary minds and adventurous spirits were drawn by the chance to make history in creating a place of the future from the ground up.

The role

The PYP Music teacher will endorse and practice the philosophy, pedagogy (including environment, learning, teaching and assessment) research and innovation aspects of the PYP phase and will work as an active member of the PYP team to ensure that the day to day running and development of learning at the NEOM Community School is carried out in accordance with the aims of the NEOM Education, Research and Innovation Sector. She/he will be accountable for upholding the aims and vision of the whole school in this phase and will support the work of the school in contributing to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Vision 2030.



  • Have a mature, responsible and positive disposition and be able to work flexibly as member of the whole school team under the direction of the Head of School and independently when required;
  • Have sound understanding of the importance of children's learning and development in the PYP Years and have the ability to identify and support staff in developing professional skills according to need
  • Be open minded and willing to further their knowledge and development by attending training courses, sharing information gained with colleagues, and maintaining updated knowledge of international PYP Years best practice by reading, researching and attending relevant training;
  • Exemplify high standards in practice and provision at all times
  • Have up to date knowledge of Health & Safety regulations with specific reference to children's wellbeing, learning and facilities
  • Have up to date and practical knowledge of best practice in music learning and play materials and techniques which encourage children to have respect for differences in academic ability, gender, cultural background, race and ethnicity



B.ED/B.A in Childhood Studies/Education (or equivalent)


MA/M.ED second degree or further relevant qualification

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