TIC App helps job-hunting teachers stay a step ahead

Published on 12th January, 2015 by Owen Richards. Published in For Candidates / TIC News

For teachers looking for their next career step, the free TIC App makes it easier than ever to find the latest vacancies.

The TIC App is the ultimate tool for job-hunting teachers. New teaching positions in international schools around the world are posted daily, allowing you to find your next job while you are on the move. The App, which is absolutely free, provides you with easy access to information about all new teaching vacancies in every continent, including detailed descriptions of each position and how you can apply. It also sends out weekly push notifications to you on the best new vacancies available - so you can always be the first to find out about the very best positions.

“We know from talking with teachers that they have no time during the working week to hunt for new jobs; they need something accessible , literally within a couple of seconds, otherwise they end up missing opportunities,” says Director of TIC, Andrew Wigford. “We decided that an App was the easiest solution.”

Right now, jobs in international schools are being posted by TIC almost every day as the period between January to March is the busiest time for advertising new jobs. “Teachers want to respond quickly to ensure they are in the selection process for the best schools,” says Andrew. “The TIC free App makes this possible to do.”

The TIC App features advice for teachers considering a career teaching overseas including interviews with teachers who have made the move. There is also a Students section and a facility for directly contacting a TIC Recruitment Advisor for support.

The TIC Recruitment App is available free for iPhones and Android on App Store and Google Play.

For more advice about interviewing and finding jobs with international schools, visit the TIC Blog or call the TIC recruitment advisors who will be very happy to help you with any questions you may have. And for the very latest international teaching and leadership jobs in some of the world’s best international schools, visit the Teachers International Consultancy Vacancies page.

You may also be interested in these informative blogs:
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Owen Richards

Owen works in media relations and marketing. His main focus is working with the press on features about teachers who have moved overseas to teach internationally.