Qatar educational vacancies :

Educational Job vacancies: Candidates must hold a valid educational degree relevant to the teaching position. Reference letters related to education positions are required. Nationalities accepted: South Africa, USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Hague Apostilled countries. Other documents: Valid passport, resume.
Details on benefits, salaries, health insurance, and accommodation will be discussed during the interview process.

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Head of Tutoring

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in related subject

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STEM – Robotics & Coding Education

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in related subject

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Math Tutor

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Math with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Chemistry Tutor

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Chemistry with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Physics Tutor

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Physics with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Special Needs Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Degree in Special Need Education (SEN)

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Learning Support Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor of Special education with 2 years of LSU experience

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Islamic Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s Islamic studies

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ICT Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s IT with minimum 2 years of school experience

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French Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s French with minimum 2 years of school experience

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Business Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s Business with minimum 2 years of school experience

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Arabic Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s Arabic Language with minimum 2 years of school experience

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PE Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s Physical Education, Sport Science or Kinesiology with 2 years of school experience

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Drama Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Drama with minimum 2 years of experience

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Music Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Music with minimum 2 years school experience

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Geography Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Geography with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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History Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in History with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Art Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Arts with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Biology Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Biology with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Chemistry Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Chemistry with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Physics Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Physics with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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English Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in English with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Math’s Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Math with minimum 2 years school experience for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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Early Years Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor’s in Early Years of Childhoods study with minimum 2 years of experience in EY

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Primary Homeroom Teacher

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor of Elementary education with minimum 2 years of experience as a homeroom teacher for the middle or high school or IGCSE

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School Counselor

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Bachelor of Psychology with minimum 2 years of school experience

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Principal

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Management experience in a British/American school is required

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Vice Principal

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Kuwait, Qatar

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Management experience in a British/American school is required

About Kuwait, Qatar #

The essence of Qatar #

Qatar is a land where tradition meets modernity. It is a country whose people are rooted in their heritage while maintaining an eye on the future, and Qatar’s growing global role in business, politics, and education. There is a deep respect for the nation’s history – archaeological sites and artefacts are painstakingly excavated and cared for – protected in-situ or housed in museums. Qatar is home to everything from neolithic rock carvings, modernist skyscrapers and gentle Dugongs in its glittering waters.  This is where ancient dwellings are only a stone’s throw from world class museums, glistening malls, desert adventures, and international sports venues.  The country’s seafaring past today manifests in a continued reverence for the crystal waters that surround the peninsula. Fishing remains a passion, and enthusiasts can enjoy a plethora of water sports.  From kayaking through the Al Thakira mangroves to the thrill of a desert safari while taking in the majesty of the Inland Sea, to relaxing by the beach, Qatar allows visitors to reconnect with nature . Qatar holds thrills and novel experiences for all. It offers a window to the past – and a glimpse into the future, all under the umbrella of that famous Arabian hospitality.  

9 Rules You Should Know Before Traveling To Qatar #

2. Don’t Drink Alcohol In Public Or Take Drugs: #

Before visiting Qatar, be aware that this country has zero-tolerance for the use or possession of drugs or even alcohol, and it is a serious offense to get drunk in public. For many in other countries, things that might be common, like having a beer on the street, are prohibited in Qatar. It is also strictly prohibited to brew and traffic alcohol inside the country. Furthermore, if you drink alcohol in public or drive under the influence of alcohol, you are going against the local laws and will, therefore, be severely punished, even by prison. So, if you want a drink, you will need to be inside your hotel or bar and follow all regulations. There is also the possibility of buying it in a legal store and carrying it in your vehicle directly to your hotel or home.

3. Social Behaviour: Don’t Have Bad Manners #

Manners are essential whenever you go. Acting according to the locals’ ways and customs will help you adapt faster, connect with people with no problems, and show respect for them and their culture. In Qatar, the social norms are pretty straightforward regarding gender. Men and women are generally separated in public areas, with a traditional mindset that men have public space exclusively for them. In contrast, women have the role of wives in the household. What about the greetings? If you are a man and meet an Arab man, you can exchange a shake of hands. But if you are meeting a woman, it is not common to shake hands, as men and women do not often greet each other this way. If you are unsure, remember that while greeting someone of the opposite sex, you need to have more reserve than you would probably have back home. Especially if you come from cultures where kissing on the cheek and hugging are acceptable.

4. Don’t Reject An Invitation By A Qatari #

Qatari people are very kind and care a lot about hospitality. It is a strong part of their culture that must be respected in the sense that if they are kind to you, you should accept it and be kind as well. They will always welcome you with open arms. If a local invites you for tea, coffee, or food, you should always accept the cordial invitation with gratitude. Otherwise, you will be perceived as rude, and you might hurt their feelings as well.

5 . Learn About Public Behavior

This can be pretty obvious for some people, but others need a reminder. It is important to have a neat and polite public display at all times. Do not swear in public or make vulgar gestures that may make people uncomfortable. Additionally, you should be careful with anything that you post online, especially regarding Qatar’s culture and religion, as it will be seen as rude and culturally insensitive.

6. Don’t Bring In Illegal Items

All countries have a list of strictly illegal items that travelers are not allowed to bring within their borders. In the case of Qatar, be sure not to pack any of the following: Pork or products made of pork
Alcoholic beverages
Edible seeds
Spices
Drugs
Pornography, obscene material, and inappropriate content
Religious books
Fireworks
Weapons
Hunting trophies
Some medicine such as Morphine and Tramadol
It is common sense, but remember that all your baggage will be scanned in the Doha Airport ‘Hamad International Airport.’ If a person decides to travel with any of the objects mentioned above, they will have to face severe consequences. There was a passenger who, according to the Peninsula Qatar, was found by Qatar airport customs with drugs trying to smuggle them in his stomach. So they will not miss anything for sure!

7 . Be Careful With What You Photograph

Yes, taking pictures is also a significant detail you must be aware of in any tourist destination. Many foreigners get overly excited while traveling and take photos of almost everything without considering the local laws. Whenever you want to photograph something in the country, you must seek permission in advance. For instance, taking pictures of people in a public place is a serious offense, and you will have to face the consequences. Some places you can’t photograph are religious sites, shopping malls, external areas of the airport, military sites, construction sites, industrial areas, and Government buildings.

8 . Bargain Correctly


In Qatar, you have it all about shopping, from fancy malls to the infamous authentic Middle East Market ‘Souq Waqif,’ one of the most famous attractions in the capital city, Doha. I suggest practicing until you feel confident enough to test your haggling skills in the famous Souq of Doha. Once you travel to the country, you will notice how expensive shopping is. People often prefer to wait for sales at the malls instead of buying at the regular price. However, there are always cheaper options at the markets or Souq, where you can still bargain with the vendor regardless of price. Some important tips to remember, though, is that vendors at Souq will treat locals and tourists differently in terms of accepting the bargain or not. In other words, if you look like a local, dress and act like one, they will understand that you have enough knowledge about bargaining and prices and will accept your offers. However, for inexperienced tourists, vendors will not be so easygoing. Remember that once the vendor offers you the best price, you should continue trying to get it cheaper, as it will be considered an insult, and you may lose the bargain. In addition, once you start bargaining, you should always end up buying something; otherwise, don’t waste time talking with the vendor.

9 . Dining Etiquette :

If you aren’t familiar with the Islamic culture but have heard a bit about food restrictions, you might be wondering if you will be able to find any meat in Qatar, and the answer is a rotund yes! In Qatar, you can find dishes with lamb and chicken meat that are ‘Halal’ (lawful and permitted). Nevertheless, there are still some important rules and etiquette you must follow regarding food while visiting the country. After all, as a visitor, you want to pay respect to the culture of the country that is welcoming you. Besides, there might be surprising or rather shocking cultural things that would be best for you to know beforehand. The first one is that you should always eat with your right hand. If you eat with your left hand, you will understand when I say that using the other hand isn’t such an easy task, so you better start practicing now! The reason for these customs is that the left hand is often considered unhygienic by many cultures, so we should eat with our right hand. In addition, it is common to see Qataris sharing food from the same huge plate as a form of bonding. For example, they can sit on the floor to enjoy mouth-watering Machboos (Rice with chicken). You will also see people eating directly with their hands, although it depends on each household. You can opt to do the same, as many dishes are only eaten this way. In fact, as a way to show you how much they care and welcome you, locals might serve some food for you with their hands. Under any circumstance, decline this gesture, as you might be considered rude. Finally, don’t forget to always express how thankful you are for the food by saying ‘Alhamdulilah,’ which means ‘thank you and praise be to God.’ Make sure to let the host hear you say it too!

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