Current Openings


ICS seeks outstanding Christian educators and staff who share the school's vision of providing high-quality, love-based education to English-speaking children in Hong Kong.

For teaching positions, ICS accepts applications from qualified individuals who will contribute to a vibrant educational environment. Candidates should have at least two years of teaching experience, certification and be willing to sign a two-year contract. A willingness to participate in the co-curricular program and stimulating professional environment is essential. Interns with a Bachelor degree but no certification are occasionally hired on a limited basis.

For non-teaching positions, ICS accepts applications from qualified candidates who feel called to use their gifts to serve as part of this growing Christian school.

Personal data collected will be treated in strict confidence and used for recruitment purposes. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your interest in ICS!





Recruitment FAQs

Our job openings of faculty and staff are listed on our employment webpage. We accept applications of interest in any of our positions via online application. Enquiries should be sent to recruit@ics.edu.hk.
Faculty openings will be posted on our website around Fall each year.
New teachers are generally hired under a two-year contract.
ICS hires the candidate who holds a Bachelor Degree in Education, or Bachelor Degree in relevant major subject(s) with a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from an accredited university. These requirements will enable our prospective hires to be qualified for becoming a registered teacher (RT) or a permitted teacher (PT). For more information about teacher registration, go to the Education Bureau of HKSAR website here: https://www.edb.gov.hk/en/teacher/qualification-training-development/qualification/teacher-registration/index.html. Overseas qualifications must first be assessed by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ). 
In addition to a monthly basic salary, ICS offers a comprehensive benefits package including: Year-end gratuity Accommodation* / Housing allowance Relocation allowance* Airfare (according to original residence of record) per contract* ICS tuition and debenture waivers for up to 3 dependent children Professional development allowance Medical and dental insurance Retirement scheme * Applicable to eligible expatriate faculty only.
ICS will only sponsor an employment visa for a full-time employee during the employment period.
Incoming applications will first be reviewed and screened by HR Office. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview with school principal/line manager with a selection panel. Professional and pastoral references will be contacted prior to the final interview with the Head of Schools. An offer will be extended to the candidate upon approval from the Head of Schools and School Supervisor. 
Representatives of ICS will attend recruitment fairs organized by overseas universities or agencies. We attended fairs organized by Search Associates, ACSI, University of Northern Iowa, etc. To facilitate our selection process, we encourage you to take a look at our openings and make an online application before you attend the fair.

Living in Hong Kong

Welcome to Hong Kong - A wonderful place to live!

Hong Kong is a land of towering skyscrapers and a cultural hub where East meets West. Efficient infrastructure, advanced transportation, and healthcare systems makes Hong Kong an ideal city to work in.


Hong Kong offers diverse options of public transport such as Mass Transit Railways (MTR), buses, taxis, minibuses, ferries, and trams, making the city easy to navigate. With the Octopus card, you can easily get to where you want, so owning a private vehicle is not necessary.


Hong Kong has a highly developed healthcare system, which consists of public and private hospitals, general outpatient and specialist clinics, and Chinese medicine practics. ICS also provides group medical and dental insurance to our employees and their dependents.

Geography & Climate

Hong Kong is one of the Speical Administrative Regions of Mainland China. The main districts are: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and outlying islands such as Lantau Island and Lamma Island. Hong Kong is the “Asia’s World City” and traveling throughout Asia, Oceania and Europe is incredibly convenient. Hong Kong's climate is subtropical, yet seasonal: spring is temperate with occasional showers and summer is hot, humid and rainy; temperature is lower in fall, when the weather becomes cooler and dry.


As per Census 2016, Hong Kong's population is just over 7 million people. About 92% of Hong Kong's population is of Chinese descent, the majority being permanent residence, while others are Americans, Canadians, British, Filipinos, Indonesians, Japanese and more. Over 88% of the population speaks native Cantonese, while about 4.3% speaks English and 1.9% speaks Manadarin.


Cantonese is Hong Kong's daily language, but English and Mandarin is widely spoken throughout the city. Road signs and signages in Hong Kong are mostly bilingual.

Shopping and Eating

Hong Kong is often described as a place where East meets West with a mix of traditional Chinese shops and mega malls with Western stores. Shopping is a favorite past time in Hong Kong and can be done everywhere from train stations to malls, night markets to an endless additional variety of other types of stores. Small Cantonese style quick-eat restaurants and American sit down restaurants are interspersed throughout the city. While different varieties of Chinese selections are easiest to find and the least expensive, there are also many European, American, Japanese, Korean food choices, just to name a few.

Sights to See

Hong Kong has plenty of sights to see! Lan Kwai Fong, Tsim Sha Tsui and Wan Chai are all popular destinations, packed with both tourists and locals. And, on a clear day, the Peak provides a great view of the Hong Kong city skyline. The Hong Kong government also supports the arts and promotes cultural heritage with the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, just to name a select few.

Come and experience!