FIS has a dedicated faculty who create A World of Opportunities for students from every corner of the globe. Our inquiry-based teaching and learning practices help young people make connections within units of study and across academic disciplines. We welcome your interest in joining them.
We actively seek qualified teachers from around the world who wish to help us fulfill our school's mission. Recruitment generally begins in January for positions for the following school year, but applications can be submitted when the list of open positions at both campuses is made available.
Because a personal interview is required prior to hiring, it is beneficial for interested applicants from outside Germany to register for and attend a job fair. Interview appointments can sometimes be made in advance through the divisional principals or with our school staff directly at recruiting conferences.
Frankfurt International School typically attends a number of hiring fairs in the UK and United States. FIS is currently registered to attend the following hiring fairs:
- Search Associates London Fair, 17-20 January 2020
- Search Associates Cambridge/Boston Fair, 24-27 January 2020
All qualified candidates must apply for open positions using our online application process. View our current job openings here.
FIS Job Alerts System
If you would like to be notified automatically via email when new positions are posted at FIS, please sign up here to receive job alerts via email.
Your email address will only be used to contact you regarding job openings or recruitment activities. You may unsubscribe at any time following the direction in the email you received after signing up for the job alerts function.
Substitute Teacher Openings
There are currently no openings for substitute teachers or substitute teaching assistants.
Child Protection Commitment
To ensure the safety and welfare of children, Frankfurt International School follows the recommendations of the International Task Force on Child Protection. FIS recruiting practices are designed to attract and retain faculty who share this commitment.