Careers at GSIS
GSIS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will conduct thorough background checks on all successful applicants. Personal data collected will be used for recruitment and employment purposes.
Established in 1969, GSIS has over 50 years’ experience of providing a quality, holistic education with an international perspective from students from 3 to 18 years in Hong Kong. GSIS is one of Hong Kong’s leading international schools with 1,300 students and 240 staff representing a diverse range of nationalities. We provide a unique learning environment with the school organised into two Streams, German International and English International Streams, leading to the German International Abitur and IB.
We are looking for dedicated and dynamic staff members to work with us. We are committed to promoting a fair and supportive environment for all our employees, and we work hard to create a culture where our staff feel valued and share a sense of belonging.
For more information on working at GSIS, or if you have any questions regarding one of our vacancies, please contact the HR team at +852 2849 6216 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Living in Hong Kong
If you are interested in working with us, please refer to our job postings and apply by simply clicking the apply button at our online recruitment system below.
Some of our positions will be handled through Schrole Connect. After clicking the Apply button you will be redirected to their website for the registration process. Kindly note that you need to provide references which, if you are not a registered Schrole member, might take some time. Please apply well in advance before the application deadline to make sure we receive your application on time.
Applications for positions which are currently not advertised can be sent by fax or email to:
Fax (852) 3529 4791
Personal data collected will be used for recruitment and employment purposes.
Applicants who are not invited for an interview after six weeks may consider their application unsuccessful.