The Head of Security is responsible for the safety and protection of ASW students, parents, staff, visiting community members, and campus property, supervising a large staff which includes an assistant, shift supervisors, and guards.
Join Our Staff
Welcome to the American School of Warsaw's careers page. We invite applications from teachers who are passionate about their subject, integrate well with a diverse student population, and enjoy living and working in a dynamic, international community.
To be a successful candidate you need:
- Minimum Bachelor Degree in Education or Teaching (Master Degree preferred);
- A minimum of two year experience;
- Passion and drive for quality education;
- Excellent interpersonal skills;
Current vacancies are listed below, along with a link to apply.
However, we are always keen to meet energetic and talented professionals who would like to join ASW.
If you wish to send us a speculative application, please fill in this recruitment form. (please apply for specific jobs via the posts below)
Overseas hires, please note: Due to the status of the school in Poland, we are limited to hiring only teachers holding citizenship and passport from the United States, Canada, Australia, or New Zealand. In addition, we cannot hire any faculty member as an overseas hire with an EU passport.
Compensation and Benefits Specialist is primarily responsible for preparing salaries for all employees and coordination of all provided benefits to local and overseas employees.
The Security Guard is directly involved in safeguarding and protecting ASW students, parents, staff, visiting community members, and campus property. These duties will be performed as outlined in the Security Guard Manual.
We are looking for a Cleaning Staff to take care of our facilities and carry out cleaning and maintenance duties. The goal is to keep our building in a clean and orderly condition.
We are looking for an experienced and certified Lifeguard.
A short-term substitute is a temporary employee who works on an on-call basis; they are paid for hours worked; they must be able to demonstrate oral and written proficiency in the English language.