Join Our Team
Hebron is a lively, busy community in which gifts and talents of both staff and students have ample opportunity for expression and development. The campus, located in the enchanting Nilgiris adjacent to the Botanical Garden, enjoys year-round cool temperatures and abundant rainfall.
In Hebron, staff members evolve socially and professionally and establish strong communities that influence students' futures. Hebron makes a determined effort to establish a home away from home. With the strengths and talents of both faculty and students, the lively and vibrant community provides many opportunities for expression and growth. Motivated by a sense of Christian calling and service, we unite in our commitment to empowering young people to have meaningful lives in a community that is always evolving and becoming more global.
Applying to Teach at Hebron
Please fill out the preliminary application form or send your updated resume to email@example.com.
Volunteers at Hebron are referred to as IGs (International/ Indian Guests). Over many years, Hebron has been able to invite young individuals to volunteer at the school for six months in various aspects of school life. In recent years the profile has widened to include more experienced and senior individuals who may have taken early retirement or time out from their work.
Eligibility: All IGs must be at least 18 years of age and have completed their secondary schooling. As IGs would be engaged in different aspects of school life and activities they need to be flexible, responsible, enterprising, and enthusiastic with a good sense of humor.
Be an IG at Hebron
Please fill out the preliminary application form or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details regarding vacancies and application process, please contact-
Human Resource Assistant
Olive Lillywhite - email@example.com
For more details regarding the Volunteer/IG programme, please contact-
Rachel Medhurst - firstname.lastname@example.org
Our staff are our most valuable resource and we prioritise the continuing development of their professional knowledge and skills. At the beginning of each semester, we hold a three-day staff retreat in which time is set aside for staff training, for various roles. There are also opportunities for training and support throughout the year, whether this is through external expertise accessed online or by drawing on the experience of our staff.
For our teachers, a key part of our support programme is the Cambridge Professional Development Qualification (PDQ) in Teaching and Learning. The benefits of this programme cascade into the wider teaching faculty as we embed effective teaching and learning across the school. We have developed a close relationship with Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE); we have trialled some of their training resources for them and they have also used some of our teacher portfolios as exemplars.