Thank you for your interest in employment at AISCT. We have a passionate and dedicated faculty who care deeply about our school community. AISCT is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and follows a USA-based curriculum. Our academic program follows a Northern Hemisphere calendar, with the school year beginning in August and ending in June.

If you would like to apply to AISCT, please send a cover letter, resume, and recent photo to Headmaster Dr. Daniel Jubert at


Current Openings:

3RD GRADE TEACHER (ages 8-9), to begin October 2018 (Maternity Leave Coverage). The ideal candidate has previous experience working with a similar age group, a B.Ed and/or PGCE, and is SACE certified to work with students. Salary is competitive and will be commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience. 

SCIENCE INTERNSHIP TEACHER, to begin October 2018. The science internship teacher works in collaboration with the science faculty to serve our educational program. The ideal candidate is currently in a science program of study or is a recent graduate with a strong science background. This is a paid internship at R4,200 per month.

Openings for the 2018-2019 School Year:

SUBSTITUTE/SUPPLY TEACHER: We are always accepting CVs for substitute teacher positions for those residing in Cape Town. Please submit a cover letter and CV.


Please continue to check back at future times to see if an opening corresponds to your area of expertise.


Child Protection Policy and Safe Recruitment Practice

The American International School of Cape Town promotes and defends the rights of the child to physical and psychological well-being. In line with the school’s Child Protection Policy, AISCT implements safe recruitment procedures to ensure that all potential members of staff undergo a comprehensive criminal background check from all places they have lived. AISCT also requires references from previous direct supervisors for all finalist candidates. All employees are bound by the Republic of South Africa Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) and the South African Council of Educators (SACE) Code of Professional Ethics.