The American International School-Salzburg is committed to the safety and well-being of every child under our care and will only consider those candidates who are equally committed to supporting and upholding the standards of our child safety and safeguarding policies and handbook. Thorough background checks are carried out on all candidates who may be offered a position working at AIS-Salzburg in any capacity.
Qualifications for Teaching Faculty and Resident Assistant Positions
The administration of the American International School-Salzburg welcomes expressions of professional employment interest year-round.
Minimum qualifications for consideration for teaching faculty and administrative positions include (a) an advanced university degree from a North American, U.K. or Western European university in which English was the language of instruction, (b) at least two years teaching experience with excellent record and recommendations for teaching faculty positions, (c) and experience specific to the open position(s) at AIS-Salzburg.
Minimum qualifications for those seeking employment in the resident-care staff include (a) a university degree from a North American, U.K. or Western European university in which English was the language of instruction, (b) experience suitable for employment supervising adolescents in a dormitory setting (summer camp, previous boarding experience, etc.), and (c) strong recommendations and interest in a career in secondary education. Teaching certification is not required for resident-care staff positions at AIS-Salzburg. Please bear in mind that the administration may give preference to those candidates who are single and without dependents, speak German, or have previous professional experience in Salzburg, Austria or Western Europe. Please send a brief cover letter and resume to the attention of the headmaster at [email protected]
We are currently searching for a female resident assistant for the 2021 Summer Language Program (July 1st to August 15th). For more detail or to apply contact Cassandra Baehler at [email protected]