Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo)  

Full Time SENCo required for Private Primary and Secondary School.

TLC Private School are seeking a full time experienced SENCo (alternatively called an Inclusion Manager or Head of Special Educational Needs) to join our whole school support team. 

The successful candidate will have experience supporting students between the ages of 5 – 11 years (Primary) and 11 – 18 years (Secondary) with a range of learning differences and diagnosis. Experience must include writing and implementing IEP’s, supporting class and subject teachers, managing a team of support assistants, communicating with external support providers and parents, and conducting intervention sessions. 

Desirable qualifications would include a combination of recognised teaching/special educational needs/psychology qualifications.  An attractive salary with benefits is offered. 

To apply or for further information, please email your CV to

Music Teacher | TLC Private Institute

TLC Institute is seeking a qualified Music Teacher 

The successful candidate will be expected to offer piano lessons at beginner and intermediate levels to both Primary and Secondary students. The ability to offer tuition on additional musical instruments and/or vocals would be highly advantageous.

Proficiency in English – verbal and written, is essential.

To apply or for further information, please email your CV to

    Secondary School Teachers

    For secondary teaching you will need a degree in the subject you apply to teach, awarded by a university that is recognised by KYSATS – the regulatory body on academic awards here in Cyprus. You will be fluent in English (spoken and written) and hold a PGCE (or IPGCE) or equivalent. It is a prerequisite of all teachers at TLC that they be computer literate.

    Primary School Teachers

    Primary teachers are class-based and must be effective in the teaching of English, Mathematics, Science and Computing. They are required to have a Bachelor of Education or similar pedagogically based degree and be fluent in English (spoken and written).

    Teaching Assistant

    As an international school with an inclusive ethos, we admit children for whom English is sometimes not their first language. We are always interested to hear from experienced and qualified people who may have something to offer our school community. This may be school experience in another setting, TEFL, qualifications in a specialist area such as Dyslexia, ADHD or therapeutic experience.

    Continuous Professional Development

    We appoint only teachers we feel satisfy our rigorous requirements for qualifications, commitment to students and a sound moral and ethical philosophy of education. We also enjoy reciprocal relationships with UK and Cyprus universities that support not only the passage of our students into tertiary education, but also the opportunity for trainee teachers to experience placements in our school. We believe this to be important in a school that teaches an English curriculum in a country outside Britain because these placements bring exponents of the latest and most effective classroom practice into our school. The universities we work with also validate our schools as offering valuable, relevant experience to their students, thereby endorsing our expertise in the field of English curriculum delivery.

    Several of our teachers come from the English state or private school systems. Others come from a different environment where they have experienced the teaching of an English curriculum to international students. Wherever they come from, all staff must follow our Ministry approved curriculum that for us is based on the most up to date English statutory and non-statutory guidance.

    Teachers at TLC do not stand still! They are able to further their knowledge, skills and experiences through participation in post graduate training through our partner universities such as Buckingham. Participants have the opportunity, should they so wish, after completion, to convert their post graduate qualification into English Qualified Teacher Status 

    Please email your Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter to  

    Greek Teacher

    Full Time Qualified Greek Teachers Required for Private Primary and Secondary School.
    TLC Private School are seeking full time experienced Greek teachers to join our thriving Greek departments in our primary and secondary schools. The successful candidate will have experience teaching a range of ages between 5 – 11 years of age or 11 – 18 years of age. The school differentiates between native and non-native speakers and follows its own programme of study based on the English National Curriculum’s Modern Foreign Language subject. You must be prepared to provide outline planning for the lessons taught and provide accurate grades and reports on a half termly basis. An attractive salary with benefits is offered.

    English National Curriculum teachers required to teach KS3 students online in Maths, Science, Geography and Modern Foreign Languages.

    Part time fully qualified (B.Ed or subject related degree with PGCE) English National Curriculum teachers required to teach KS3 students online in Maths, Science, Geography and Modern Foreign Languages. Potential for full time employment in the long term. Flexibility available on work location.

    Please email your Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter to  

    Receptionist | TLC Private School 

    TLC is currently looking for a well presented, friendly and professional individual to fill a full time receptionist position. Candidates that do not fulfill the following criteria will not be considered. The successful candidate will be expected to provide evidence of a clear criminal record and a health certificate.

    Job Description

    • To work as part of the Reception and Administration function under the guidance of the Principal, providing a professional “Front of House” reception service.
    • To provide efficient and pro-active clerical and administrative support for the school.
    • Ensure all visitors are welcomed to the school and ensure Security, Safeguarding and Health and Safety procedures are followed for all visitors.
    • Deal with enquiries and assist pupils, parents and outside agencies according to office processes.
    • Deal with internal and external telephone calls in a professional manner, filtering calls as necessary and taking and distributing messages, giving information to enquirers and accurately recording information received.
    • Make phone calls to parents, outside agencies following all office procedures on confidentiality.
    • Manage school diary and schedule meetings and appointments.
    • Deal with the distribution of post and parcels to the relevant area of the school.
    • Sign for and check delivery of goods to the school, ensuring that delivery notes are obtained, and ensure that relevant members of staff are informed of the delivery.
    • Undertake procedures for contacting parents in the event of a child’s illness or accident, assisting with children and staff in cases of sickness or emergency.
    • Support the Administrative function in obtaining and collating student data.
    • Follow-up absent students on a daily basis.
    • Assist teaching and support staff with the administration of school trips including collection of payment and records of those attending.
    • Promote the use of SIMS Parent App within the school and with parents.
    • To maintain records both manually and electronically, producing routine information
      as required.
    • Accurately file and scan documents as required.
    • Ensure adequate supplies of stationery for the teaching and administrative team.
    • To maintain strict confidentiality at all times.
    • Maintain the outside information boards within the school premises, displaying information of interest to parents such as newsletters, brochures and leaflets

    Job Requirements

    • Proven work experience as a Receptionist, Front Office Representative or similar role
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
    • Hands-on experience with office equipment (e.g. printers)
    • Professional attitude and appearance
    • Solid written and verbal communication skills in both Greek and English 
    • Ability to be resourceful and proactive when issues arise
    • Excellent organizational skills
    • Multitasking and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks
    • Customer service attitude
    • High school degree; additional certification in Office Management is a plus
    • Proficiency in English – verbal and written, is essential.

    To apply or for further information, please email your CV to