Cairo: Saudi Arabia’s education authorities disclosed numerous positions ahead of the upcoming academic year.
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Jobs in Saudi Arabia: The Ministry of Education declared the initiation of applications for 11,551 openings in diverse disciplines for male and female educators on a contractual basis.
The targeted specialties are math, chemistry, physics, the English language, computer teaching and management, the ministry said.
Applications must be submitted through the integrated national employment platform Jadara, commencing at 9am on July 25 and concluding at 11pm on July 30, in accordance with the regulations and zones specified for the job openings.
Unsuccessful or withdrawing applicants will be substituted with others after conducting personal interviews,” stated the ministry.
“Successful candidates must satisfy relevant requirements for the positions, including those for practicing the profession, holding a university degree in the required field, and possessing a domestic equivalent to the degree if obtained from abroad.”
The ministry added that these job openings are intended to provide qualified educational personnel to achieve national objectives and enhance education efficiency outputs for global competitiveness.
In May, the Saudi Education Ministry unveiled a plan to incorporate earth and space sciences into the secondary school curriculum, starting from the upcoming academic year.
This decision followed the successful completion of a 10-day mission to the International Space Station (ISS) by two Saudi astronauts.
The decision to educate in the fields of earth and cosmos sciences aims to encourage “students’ positive attitudes” towards space science following the best global practices related to curricula, as well as scientific and national standards, the ministry stated at the time.
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The ministry mentioned that the introduction of this new subject is part of its commitment to meet aspirations and future objectives, with the goal of qualifying internationally competitive citizens by enhancing learning outcomes to stay updated with global changes, future requirements, and labor market demands.
In May, Saudi biomedical scientist Rayyanah Barnawi made history as the first Arab woman to embark on a space journey. She joined the male Saudi astronaut Ali Al Qarni and two US colleagues on their mission to reach ISS.