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International Teaching Jobs Now Open Through AMISA!

International Schools from across the Americas are hiring K-12 teachers and administrators using a unique, one-stop-shop recruiting service by American International Schools in the Americas (AMISA).

Which AMISA Schools Have Job Openings?

One of the most important things you can do to prepare for success when utilizing the AMISA recruiting service is to research AMISA-member schools you will be applying to. We'd like to help with that. We've developed a list of our international schools who currently have openings (and included the number of openings for each) posted in our Recruiting Database. Click on the name of each school to visit their website or scroll down to learn more!

We've featured some of our schools below. For a list of all AMISA-member schools, click here.

American International School of Bolivia (Cochabamba, Bolivia)

The American International School of Bolivia (AISB), located in the heart of South America, is a co-educational school serving students from Pre-Kinder through 12th grade. The first language of instruction is English and the second is Spanish, educating bilingual students. AISB’s main objective is to provide each student with the necessary tools to achieve their full potential and exercise the role of a concerned citizen in the global community.

Visit them online today!

The American School of Asuncion strives to be a model international learning community that empowers students to become responsible, proactive world citizens by providing a challenging and holistic education in a safe and caring environment.

American School of Guatemala (Guatemala City, Guatemala)

American School of Guatemala is an AMISA-member school located in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Here's an excerpt from their Superintendent's Message:

Welcome to the American School of Guatemala (CAG)! CAG, as we call it, is situated in the foothills within the heart of Guatemala City. Surrounded by a growing city, CAG is enveloped by green gardens and neighbors with one of the country’s premiere universities. Its surroundings give CAG its balance in progress, environment and intellectual curiosity which are threads within the school’s gates, across the grade levels, throughout the academic program and on the playing fields. Founded in 1945, CAG is a school rich with a tradition of family, culture, innovation, vision and an international spirit. CAG’s community and curriculum offer the best of teaching and learning as demonstrated through its lab status with our partner university, La Universidad del Valle.

Today, in the 21st century, CAG has grown to be a leader in Prek-12th independent, national and international education.

Colegio Americano de Quito opened its doors on October 14, 1940 with 162 students, offering a secular education based on democratic values. Its founders – Galo Plaza Lasso and Boaz Long, representative of the United States Government – began a long relationship between the two countries educating future leaders on principles of equality, active participation, freedom of expression and respect for others.

Currently the American College of Quito has 2,240 students – from Nursery to Twelfth Grade – and has among its students the children and grandchildren of the first families. It is a mixed, private, secular and non-profit institution.

The School is accredited by AdvancED and the Ministry of Education of Ecuador. In addition, it is recognized by the International Baccalaureate Organization and offers three programs: PYP (Primary Years Program), MYP (Middle Years Program) and IB (Diploma Program). Graduated students can obtain three diplomas: one accredited in the United States, the diploma of the Republic of Ecuador and the diploma from the International Baccalaureate.

American School of Tegucigalpa (Tegucigalpa, Honduras)

American School of Tegucigalpa is an AMISA-member school located in Honduras. Here's an excerpt from the Superintendent's Message:

As an international college preparatory school, The American School of Tegucigalpa sets the highest standards of academic performance. The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is the curriculum in grades eleventh and twelfth.

We promote positive self-esteem and encourage all members of the school community to realize their optimum potential as individuals, and be active contributors to the vitality of the school community. Because of the international composition of the student body, respect and celebration for human and cultural diversity is promoted. This rich environment enables students to take responsibility for their learning and behavior, make good decisions, and grow in wisdom and maturity. Our school offers an educational program from Nursery to twelfth grade.

Visit them online today!

Lincoln School - The American International School of Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Lincoln School is an AMISA-member school located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Here is an excerpt from their Superintendent's Message:

Parents choose schools for many different reasons and selecting the right school for their children is one of the most important decisions that parents make. We provide a rich academic environment with curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices that are designed to match the diverse strengths, needs, and interests of our students.

Visit Lincoln School online to learn more.

Carol Morgan School (Dominican Republic)

Here's a message from Carol Morgan's Head of School, Nicolaas Mostert.

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to learn more about our school. CMS is a world class international school where we are proud to host over 1,200 students representing more than 38 countries. Our learning community strives to educate leaders of a multicultural, global society.

If you are coming to this page as a prospective faculty or staff, we are living in one of the most exciting times to be an educator. We have some of the best opportunities to engage learners, the community, and each other to continue to shape teaching and learning at Carol Morgan School. Please visit our Working at CMS section for more information and opportunities.

Chapel School (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Chapel School is an AMISA-member school located in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

From their website:

Chapel School was founded in 1947 initially as a Catholic elementary school for the children of American families living in São Paulo. Since then, our scope has expanded greatly and today we provide outstanding education to children from the USA, Brazil and all over the world. We proudly have early childhood through high school grades and offer the American, Brazilian and International Baccalaureate programs.

Visit them online to learn more.

Escuela Campo Alegre (Caracas, Venezuela

Since 1937, Escuela Camp Alegre has been providing an American influenced international educational program in English for students of families in Caracas with relationships connecting international corporations, businesses and diplomatic agencies. The ECA community of families, faculty and staff is made up of over 20 nationalities.

Here's an excerpt from their Superintendent's Message: ECA is a place where students are unconditionally cared about. Our faculty and staff take personal ownership and responsibility for the well-being and learning of students. Ensuring that every child achieves is taken to heart. As a result ECA students are confident and successful learners, developing risk takers and innovators who attain the skills necessary to take on leadership roles and solve real life problems.

Visit ECA's website to learn more!

InterAmerican Academy (Guayaquil, Ecuador)

InterAmerican Academy (IAA) is an AMISA-member school located in Guayaquil, Ecuador. IAA is a private, non-profit day school, and provides English language instruction from nursery (age two) through grade twelve.

The academy offers a demanding college preparatory curriculum leading to a U.S. high school diploma. Although the courses are designed to meet U.S. diploma standards, they prepare students for entrance into colleges and universities around the world.

Watch the video above and view their website to learn more!

The International School of Panama (Panama City, Panama)

The International School of Panama (ISP) is a non-profit, student-centered, independent school. Inspiring lifelong learners for a future without borders. They are recognized as a leader in international education, offering world-class opportunities for students from Pre-K (3 years old) to 12th Grade. Here's an excerpt from their Head of School's message: At the International School of Panama we embrace learning as a lifelong adventure, we are conscientious inquirers with a pioneering spirit, we are courageous individuals who are unafraid to stand out. We believe in community, and in creating friendships that last for a lifetime. We look after the planet, the same way we look after each other because we are mindful, as it is not about me, it is about us.

Visit ISP's website to learn more!

Pan American School of Bahia (Salvador, Brazil)

The Pan American School of Bahia (PASB) is an AMISA-member school, cooperatively owned by parents and operates as a non-profit, non-denominational, college-preparatory institution for International and Brazilian students.

PASB offer an international education to children aged 2-18. Their English-language, International-style education strives to prepare students to face challenges as confident, principled global citizens. Their outstanding American and Brazilian programs, offered in a safe and nurturing environment, empower students to reach their fullest potential.

Visit PASB online today!

Chat and Interview With One of Our Recruiters

The 2021 AMISA Virtual Recruiting Fair is composed of six virtual recruiting events designed to bring teacher candidates and recruiters from around the world together (virtually). We hope you've been able to attend a the events thus far.

Saturday, December 4th is our final Recruiting Event of the year! Read below and register now.

Saturday, December 4 10AM to 12noon EST

At the Meet & Greet and Interview Sign-Ups, Candidates and Recruiters meet online in the AMISA Recruiting Database chat rooms to discuss school information and job openings and to schedule interviews. This is not a time to conduct interviews. Candidates and Recruiters are welcome to start interviewing at any time outside of the Meet & Greets.

Tip: Research all AMISA-member schools before attending the Meet & Greet.

Create an AMISA Profile To Gain Access To Jobs!

The AMISA database is home to all AMISA-member schools job openings, candidate/recruiter chat feature, information about our schools, and more! Create a profile now to access all the features.

Please make sure your profile is marked "Active," to let our Recruiters know you are actively seeking a job at one of our international schools!

If you have any questions about our Recruiting Service, visit or email our recruiting team at


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