It is our pleasure to welcome you to the employment section of the American International School of Bucharest.
AISB was founded in 1962 by the American Embassy to serve the children of Diplomats living in Bucharest at the time. From its humble beginnings, teaching only six students in a garage, AISB’s growth over the last 50 years has been extraordinary. We now have over 200 faculty and staff members who provide an excellent international education to over 840 students in Early Childhood 3 through Grade 12. With over 50 nationalities represented, we host a wonderfully rich and diverse community on our ten-hectare, purpose-built campus with state-of-the-art facilities.
AISB is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the Council of International Schools (CIS) and is an IB World School, authorized by the International Baccalaureate to offer all of their programs – the Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes. We participate in the Central and Eastern European Schools Association (CEESA), which provides a variety of academic, artistic and athletic competitions and experiences to our Secondary School students. We seek to hire a diverse range of highly qualified administrators and teachers to continue the outstanding development of our school and strengthen our mission and philosophy.
Please navigate through the sections below to learn more about our school and find out about our employment process.
Salary & Benefits for Overseas Hired Expatriate Faculty
Competitive, tax free salary and benefits package
Visa procurement assisted and paid for
Medical coverage and insurance for employees and qualified dependents
Remuneration for certifications and experience
B.A., B.Ed., or B.Sc. with teacher certification qualifications preferable
Stipends for additional responsibilities available
Tuition fees exempted for 2 dependents per family
Allowances for shipping, settling in, and living provided
Personal, medical, parental, and bereavement leave allowed
Generous personal pension scheme with year-on-year increase