Joining the Team

Joining the Team

A career at Haileybury Bhaluka is an inspiring and fulfilling opportunity to contribute to the development of tomorrow’s leaders. Whether you are a teacher or supporting school operations, each employee plays a part in creating a positive school community and influencing student success.

If you’re energized by the intrinsic rewards of working in education and the possibility of contributing to our diverse learning environment, we encourage you to explore our career vacancies on TES.

Employment Benefits

We are committed to ensuring our employees are provided with a rewarding experience. We also recognize that working in an international boarding environment requires additional dedication, which is why our attractive benefits package includes:

Competitive Salaries

Haileybury Bhaluka operates a pay scale above the UK scale and employees are paid monthly, tax free.


Expatriate overseas staff are provided with free comfortable, modern, fully-furnished accommodation, which includes utilities.

Medical Insurance

Haileybury Bhaluka provides full medical insurance coverage to all members of staff.

Flight Allowance

Expatriate overseas staff are provided with an annual travel allowance to be used when travelling home from Bangladesh.

Dining Services

Our gourmet dining hall serves fantastic local and international cuisine, which is freshly sourced from the local farm daily. Food and beverage are free of charge for employees during term time.

Fitness Facilities

Our newly renovated campus boasts a swimming pool and professional gym facilities. With the exception of periods reserved for pupils, these facilities are accessible to every member of staff.

Professional Development

Haileybury Bhaluka employees benefit from ongoing professional development and inset. Our dedication to health and well-being practices also extends to our personnel.



All vacancies will be advertised in the TES.

As Haileybury Bhaluka is committed to safer recruitment, all new staff will be required to provide criminal background checks (enhanced CRB, DBS or police checks in certain countries) for all countries lived in and satisfactory reference checks for all employment during the past five years. Gaps in employment need to be accounted for.