Work at AIS

Fully accredited by the Council of International Schools, the Australian International School (AIS) is a leading international school in South East Asia, teaching the International Baccalaureate (IB) PYP and DP programmes as well as the University of Cambridge Secondary Programme with the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE). Our students make up a global demographic representing 40 countries. AIS has three campus locations within vibrant and tropical Ho Chi Minh City. The School provides an international curriculum for children aged 2 to 18 in first class facilities that are resourced to the highest level. AIS currently has over 90 overseas teachers working across its three campuses.

AIS values highly the work teachers do and the salary and benefits offered reflect this. The competitive salary provides teachers the opportunity not only to live comfortably but also to save for the future.

Below are positions for which we are currently recruiting:

We welcome resumes at all times, please forward a detailed resume to the attention of the Human Resource Manager at

AIS requires a International Baccalaureate PYP coordinator to commence in August 2020. The successful candidate will be a member of the primary school’s leadership team and have a 0.2 teaching load. The School has 1350 students spread over 4 campuses and is growing rapidly. This is an amazing opportunity.
The remuneration package includes salary, annual flights, housing, education for dependent children, and health insurance.
The successful candidate will be able to meet the following criteria:
• An innovative and dynamic teacher,
• Knowledge of the PYP, and more generally pedagogical practice,
• Experience in leading a team, Excellent ICT skills,
• Ability to use data to improve student outcomes,
• Ability to integrate and use ICT in student learning
Applications should include the following: CV, name and contact details of 3 referees, and a detailed response to the above criteria. Applications should be emailed to Dr Roderick Crouch, Executive Principal at by 22 November 2019