Refer a teacher to TIC

Published on 23rd April, 2014 by Gemma McSweeney. Published in For Candidates / TIC News / TIC Social

TIC Recruitment is always looking for new, talented teachers who are potentially interested in teaching in Kazakhstan. And who better to point them in our direction than you?

If you know teachers as talented as you, who would consider a one year well-paid ($5000 per month) contract teaching gifted students and mentoring local teachers in the unique country of Kazakhstan,  then please ask them to get in touch with Rose. Rose works specifically with our schools in Kazakhstan and will be able to help: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Alternatively, please let Rose know their name and contact details and she will write to them.

If we find them a job at one of the Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS) we will say a big thank you by sending you £75 worth of Amazon or iTunes vouchers - it's your choice! All you need to do, to make sure you receive your vouchers, is ensure that the teacher you recommend quotes your name to us.

And it doesn’t need to stop at one person and one referral. We are always interested in talking to great teachers about our great overseas opportunities. 

Terms and conditions

1.     In order to qualify for the referral scheme it must be stated, before the candidate is interviewed by one of our NIS schools, that they are a referred candidate

2.     This offer does not include candidates that are already registered with TIC Recruitment (i.e. they are already on our database)

3.     This referral scheme is currently only in relation to our Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools in Kazakhstan, we are currently not accepting referrals for any other schools 

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Gemma McSweeney

Gemma is our Associate Director, having joined TIC in 2009. With over 15 years experience of recruitment and selection methods, she specialises in matching teachers and leaders with our international school partners. She has attended many international education conferences and has visited a number of international schools over the years. She uses this experience to best advise our teachers, leaders and schools and manage our team and UK operations.