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Job Opportunities

Work with us

At BSB, we aim to create a positive, inclusive environment for our students. This begins with taking the same approach to our staff. Our school is an exciting and challenging place to be, and we welcome applications from passionate, driven people who would like to join our community and help us to achieve our goals. BSB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse culture, perspectives, skills and experiences within our community.

Open vacancies are posted on this page. If there are no open or relevant vacancies below, you have the option to submit an unsolicited or supply application.

Open vacancies

Supply Teachers for Secondary School

ITS Software Technician

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Unsolicited applications

Most positions are filled through the advertisement and application process outlined on the ‘Job opportunities’ page. However, sometimes people wish to register their interest in the school, for our future reference. When BSB receives an unsolicited application, it will be stored in our candidate database. You will receive an email from us when there is a vacancy which we think matches your qualifications.

Submit a unsolicited application

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Opportunities for Supply Teachers

The school welcomes interest from qualified and experienced teachers to provide cover for staff absences. The working day for a Supply Teacher is typically 08.55 to 15.55, although we sometimes need supply teachers for part of a day only. All supply staff are interviewed and registered through the Accent temp agency before they commence teaching with us. Applicants must have the right to live and work in Belgium.

Register your interest

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Volunteer

At BSB volunteers are a welcome resource, complementing the work of teachers and support staff. Our volunteers are parents, alumni, students on work experience, local residents and other friends of the school.

Volunteer

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Contact our HR team

Our Human Resources team is happy to answer any questions you may have about working at The British School of Brussels or about the job application process. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Contact HR

What our Staff Members Say

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Sébastien, Curriculum Leader of Technology for Learning

“Technology plays a prominent role at BSB. The rationale is to equip all students with skills that are important in today’s digital society.  Our Computing Curriculum is designed to build confidence in STEAM learning from Kindergarten through to Secondary. Our hands-on tools make learning playful, engaging and relevant, while developing students’ ability for critical thinking, communication and 21st century skills, like coding and robotics.”

— Sébastien, Curriculum Leader of Technology for Learning

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Alicia, Primary School Teacher

“The moment I joined BSB, I felt a real sense of belonging. The community is warm, supportive, respectful and positive. It is a pleasure to be surrounded by caring, dedicated colleagues and wonderful children. I feel privileged to be working in such an amazing school. I love working together with the children as they embark on their lifelong learning journeys. The level of care and trust that the Leadership Team have in their staff is so unique and special; I have never felt so motivated and empowered to teach and learn.”

— Alicia, Primary School Teacher

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Stephen, Primary School Teacher

“I love being able to work with such a diverse, vibrant student population, who really do have a passion and desire for learning. Only recently, it was amazing to see one child’s heartfelt congratulation to his classmate, after they were selected over him, for a part in the school assembly. This is the school community we work with, and this is what makes coming into BSB each and every day both an honour and a privilege.”

— Stephen, Primary School Teacher

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Esther, Learning Improvement Leader of Early Years

“It is a pleasure to be part of such a special international community. It is fantastic to observe right from the Early Years, the children are motivated to explore, developing resilience and making links in their own learning. As a teacher in the Early Childhood Centre I am passionate to ensure the children start their education engaged, motivated and critical thinkers, BSB is the best place to nurture and provoke this!”

— Esther, Learning Improvement Leader of Early Years

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Christi-Ann, Faculty Leader Performance & the Arts

“I loved BSB from the moment I came for interview, and still love teaching here 10 years later! The school has amazing facilities, dedicated teachers and wonderful students from a huge range of countries and backgrounds. The atmosphere is welcoming and friendly to all, and together we focus on the development and education of each student as an individual.”

— Christi-Ann, Faculty Leader Performance & the Arts

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Barry, KS3 Coordinator for English

“BSB gives me everyday opportunities that I would rarely experience worldwide: to work with international students; to involve myself with charitable work to raise funds for the needy; to explore human rights; and to work in a cauldron of creative minds in my classroom daily.”

— Barry, KS3 Coordinator for English

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Agnès, Primary Bilingual Leaning Assistant

“BSB is the 4th international school I work for. This is my best professional experience so far! As soon as I arrived, I could feel a truly warm and friendly atmosphere between colleagues. The values of respect, kindness, resilience and care that BSB stands for, are really present in my everyday relationships with my colleagues. BSB is a very inclusive school where each and every child, no matter their personalities and learning challenges, will be given the best chance to succeed in their learning. In this professional environment, I can develop my passion for the relationship with children and for pedagogy. I feel blessed to be working in such an amazing school!”

— Agnès, Primary Bilingual Leaning Assistant

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Mark, Head of Higher Education & Film Coordinator

“10 years ago, BSB became one of the first international schools to start teaching Film. I’m really proud of the films the students have made since then, the international scope of course and the resources available at BSB to study this ‘seventh art’.”

— Mark, Head of Higher Education & Film Coordinator

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Maria, Faculty Leader of Science and Technology

“I love working at BSB because of its truly international nature. Having students from so many culturally diverse backgrounds, speaking a multitude of languages and sharing personal histories has enriched me and made me a much more tolerant and understanding human being.”

— Maria, Faculty Leader of Science and Technology

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John, Vice-Principal and Head of Secondary School

“I’ve worked in several schools before BSB but never found a set of students be so tolerant, accepting and caring towards each other. It’s a school where students can be confident to be themselves and can develop to be the person they aspire to be.”

— John, Vice-Principal and Head of Secondary School

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Philip, Deputy Head of Primary School

“I decided BSB was the place for me after just one look around the school. The warm and caring atmosphere I experienced as I walked the corridors and playgrounds assured me that this was a school I wanted to be part of and a place where I wanted my children to learn.”

— Philip, Deputy Head of Primary School

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Susan, Learning Assistant

“Since I’ve engaged in my role as Learning Assistant in the Immersion classroom, I’ve gained a valuable insight into the process of language acquisition by young learners. It is rewarding and stimulating to be a part of the learning journey of our EAL students.”

— Susan, Learning Assistant

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Natasha, EAL Immersion Teacher in UP, Inclusion Coordinator

“I feel it is really important to provide efficient and appropriate EAL support, as well as a secure and friendly environment, for new students at BSB who arrive with little or no English. Over the years I’ve been really privileged to work with children of many different nationalities and be part of a truly multilingual and multicultural BSB community.”

— Natasha, EAL Immersion Teacher in UP, Inclusion Coordinator

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