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Working at UNIS Hanoi

Become an agent for change...

At UNIS Hanoi we believe that the best teachers are those who are passionate about learning and who inspire others by their own commitment to personal and professional development, and the same is true for our dedicated staff and admin team.
We are proud of our learning community’s capacity, energy, and dedication to work together in pursuit of bold goals.
We expect the best for our students and nothing less of our teachers and staff as we strive continually for excellence in our curriculum, programmes and results.
That is why, at UNIS Hanoi we have an extensive search and recruitment process to hire only the best.
UNIS Hanoi works closely with International School Services (ISS) and Search Associates each year and attends all the major global recruitment fairs for our overseas hire positions.

 

 

Vietnam becoming more attractive for expat living

Vietnam has made the biggest jump in this year's annual InterNations Expat Insider Survey, which polled 14,000 respondents representing 174 nationalities. The country rose up an astounding 24 places to come in 11th out of 67 countries, according to the survey.  In 2015, Vietnam came in 35th place out of 64 countries. InterNations, an expat networking website, has annually surveyed 14,000 people who had left their country to work somewhere else to ascertain where they are happiest. The survey, which was first conducted in 2014, accounted for different factors, such as ease of settling in, quality of life, and cost of living to decide the rankings of countries. In 2015, only 13 percent of expats in Vietnam said they were completely happy with their work-life balance. This year 19 percent are. 74 percent of respondents said they are generally satisfied with their jobs in 2016, whereas 61 percent stated so last year. The cordiality of Vietnamese has remained a magnet for expats there. 84 percent of respondents endorsed the general friendliness of the local residents this year, compared with 74 percent in 2015. The 2016 survey placed Taiwan on top of the list, followed by Malta, Ecuador, Mexico, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Australia, Austria, Luxembourg, and Czech Republic. Click HERE to read more.
  • United Nations International School of Hanoi
  • G9 Ciputra
  • Tay Ho
  • Hanoi, Vietnam
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