Recruitment Process

Teaching Faculty

Qualified and experienced teachers are encouraged to submit their applications to the Director of Human Resources. Your application should include a covering letter, a detailed resume, and the names and contact information of three referees. Our teacher recruitment period starts in May for teaching positions commencing in January of the following academic year.

Teacher positions are normally advertised in the following media:

  • South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
  • Australian news media
  • AISHK website
  • Schrole

Minimum requirements for teaching positions:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Teaching qualification
  • Experience in teaching ESL
  • Demonstrated use of technology in teaching practice

Teacher Compensation and Benefits

AISHK offers an excellent salary and benefits.

  • The initial contract period for teachers is two years. Thereafter an employment contract may be renewed by agreement for successive periods of two years.
  • Based on qualifications and experience, our annual compensation for teachers ranges from HK$493,386 to HK$855,311.
  • A gratuity sum equivalent of the 21% of the gross salary is paid at the end of each fixed-term contract.
  • Teachers taking on positions of leadership are eligible for an additional monetary allowance and/or allocated time release depending on the responsibilities being undertaken.
  • Teachers may choose to participate in the medical scheme provided by the school and a dental health package is also available as an optional scheme at the cost of the staff member.
  • Full-time teachers are encouraged to enrol their children at AISHK for schooling. Tuition fees will be discounted according to the following schedule: 55% for the first child, 75% for the second and subsequent children. Costs of excursions, texts and materials will remain payable. The debenture fees will be waived. This benefit is limited to teachers who do not receive educational allowances from other sources.
  • Staff commencing duty from overseas will be reimbursed for relocation costs up to a pre-stated maximum amount.
  • School and staff members are required to make a monthly contribution to a scheme registered under the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Ordinance for the term of the contract at the statutory contribution rate (i.e. 5% of the Employee’s monthly relevant income or $1,500, whichever is the less) if they are not members of a retirement scheme outside of Hong Kong. Staff may choose to contribute funds in addition to the mandatory contributions.

You need to hold a valid employment visa or be a holder of a dependent spouse visa to allow you to work in Hong Kong. Your spouse and children may remain in Hong Kong on a dependent visa, which is applied for based on your employment visa. Please note that a dependent visa can only be obtained upon presentation of an original marriage certificate for your spouse and birth certificates for your children.

Hong Kong income tax is not deducted at source and is payable once a year. The standard rate of tax is approximately 15%. Allowances for single parents, married couples and the number of dependent children reduce taxable salary.