2023 – 2024 openings
- ES position
- ES Principal
- HS Humanities
- HS S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
- HS Bible
Generous Stipend provided
- Student Teachers. We welcome student teachers here for your international placement! Please inquire.
Are you called to join us in “educating global disciples of Christ”? We want to talk with you!
We seek teacher applicants with qualifications and experience in US, Canadian, UK or European curriculum K-12 education. Our staff has the responsibility to teach and disciple students cross-culturally from a Biblical perspective.
Expatriate teachers are hired in partnership with a missions agency, likely TeachBeyond. Hillcrest pays a robust stipend, and expatriate staff work with a missions partner to raise support for home-country related expenses including medical coverage and evacuation, annual travel, pension, other home country obligations, and any supplement to the stipend needed depending on family circumstances. This may be intimidating at first, but this way you will have a support network, and the finances will match your circumstances, enabling longevity on the field as God calls you. We recommend TeachBeyond as our missions agency, with substantial experience in mobilizing Christian teachers. You will apply to both Hillcrest and the missions agency at the same time. Following a successful interview, we would accept you, "pending acceptance from a missions organization." Start with the inquiry link below.
Expatriate teachers may also be seconded through a cooperating mission agency. This option helps directly provide high quality education for children of mission workers, and furthers the school's mission of educating global disciples of Christ. Cooperating body secondments are fully support raised positions. We can help link you up with one of our cooperating bodies.
Nigerian teachers are hired locally as Direct Hire, with salary and benefits paid directly by Hillcrest. Apply at the link below.
Newly graduated teachers will appreciate the immediate challenge, the opportunity to live in a new culture and the deeper experience gained. Experienced teachers wanting a change have an opportunity to serve for a short or long term. Initial contracts are for 2 years, and may be renewed. Sometimes, a couple will serve together in Nigeria, with one spouse serving with a missions agency, and the other spouse teaching at Hillcrest.
Hillcrest School seeks professionals who are strongly committed Christians. Applicants should hold at minimum a Bachelor’s degree, teaching certification, speak and write English fluently, have experience working within the US or Canadian educational systems and demonstrate enthusiasm for residing in a cross-cultural environment.
Additional preferred skills and experience include: international school teaching, curriculum and assessment development, ability to stimulate critical thinking and inquiry within classroom environment, effective communication with students and parents along with a proven ability to collaborate with colleagues.
Hillcrest School is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of this school to afford equal employment opportunities to qualified individuals regardless of their race, color, national origin, ancestry, socioeconomic status, marital status, sex, age or disability. We offer job training and educational opportunities to help employees succeed in their current jobs or prepare for advancement in Hillcrest; we assist employees in securing positions commensurate with their skills and knowledge, we assure equal access to promotion and advancement; and we efficiently address concerns and grievances relating to this policy.
Hillcrest School takes seriously its responsibility to protect students and to create a safe and positive environment for them to grow. We believe that it is never acceptable for any child to experience abuse of any kind. All employees of Hillcrest School have a responsibility to implement and follow our Student Protection Policy.
The teaching and senior administrative staff of Hillcrest School are required to indicate their personal commitment to Christ, their church membership, and agree to teach in support of the Hillcrest doctrinal basis and our Mission and Vision Statements.
Benefits of Teaching at Hillcrest
rewarding cross-cultural connections with colleagues and students
being part of God's plan for the future of the Nigerian nation
a robust teaching stipend is paid monthly in local currency), adequate to cover your daily living expenses and some travel.
local health care
on-campus housing is available for rent by expatriate staff.
tuition for up to 2 children at Hillcrest is included.
commit for two years at a time, with renewals possible as suitable to both you and Hillcrest
Our ongoing commitment to strong Christian academic standards is foundational to our applicant screening and hiring process. If you are interested in exploring opportunities at Hillcrest School, please complete and submit the Employment Inquiry Form.