Thank you for your interest in employment at Marymount International School Rome. Marymount's community of more than 100 teachers and administrative staff members serves to educate, inspire, and care for each of our students. Like our students, Marymount's faculty members represent many different nationalities and faiths, although most are mother-tongue English speaking.
While the school enjoys a low level of faculty turnover, when positions do become available, we look for teachers who are, above all, experts in their fields, as well as:
Certified and experienced in working in an international school setting
Dynamic and compassionate educators
Willing to embrace the school's Catholic identity and mission
Mother-tongue English speaking
Additionally, IB Diploma experience is an advantage for Secondary School teachers
The school accepts inquiries and applications for employment throughout the year, although hiring for the new school year, which begins in early September, generally takes place in the Spring.
How to Apply
As an integral part of our Safeguarding policy the recruitment process requires all applicants to submit a completed application form.
Download and complete the School's
Please scan and email the completed form to:
If you wish you may also send the completed form by either Fax: (+39) 06 36 30 17 38 or by Post:
Ms. Sarah Gallagher
Executive Head of School
Marymount International School Rome
Via di Villa Lauchli 180
The School is looking to recruit for the following positions:
- Arabic Language Teacher
- Early Years Practitioner
- Social Studies Teacher with IB experience
- Middle School & High School Chorus Teacher
The ideal candidate will preferably have experience in an international environment and will enthusiastically embrace the School’s Catholic identity.
Interested candidates are invited to complete the School’s Application Form, scan and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those candidates whose qualifications best suit the position will be contacted. The interview process will include a demonstration lesson.