Teaching vacancies crop up regularly in Shetland, where there are two high schools, five junior high schools and 22 primary schools across the inhabited islands.
Benefits of becoming a teacher in Shetland include:
- Access to Distant Islands Allowance (a financial incentive given to public sector employees for working in Scotland's distant islands), on top of your annual salary
- Interview expenses (within the UK) are often offered as part of the recruitment process
- Relocation expenses are often offered as part of your recruitment package
- On-the-job training and a chance to upskill while in post
- Job variety and the opportunity to work across a range of island communities
- A stress-free commute to work
- The perfect work/life balance
Find out more
If you're interested in becoming a teacher in Shetland, you'll find the latest job opportunities listed on our Current Vacancies page.
To discuss opportunities and for any other queries regarding teaching careers in Shetland, please contact:
Leanne Moss, Quality Improvement Officer
Phone: 01595 744 000