Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in job opportunities at our school. We look forward to hearing from you. Please select one of the following links for details on current open positions:


> Preschool Teacher

> Preschool Substitute Teacher


> Employee for the Extended Care Program


Local Teachers:

Local teachers are employed directly by the school. Payment is in accordance with the school's own collective bargaining agreement. German language skills are required for most positions; details can be found in the respective job description:

> Track and Field Coach


Teachers from Germany (ADLK via ZfA):

We are looking for teachers from Germany in the following subjects (Please apply for the following positions only if you have already been released by your state):

- no open ADLK positions for school year 2024/25

Further information for teachers applying from Germany:

Reference to the website of the Goethe Institute “Exchange Visitor Program for teachers":



> On-Call Administrative Assistant



> German Teacher: The German Language Courses (GLC) of the German International School Washington D.C. is looking for teachers on Saturday mornings. Please send your resume to Kerstin Hopkins at For more information visit: Job openings at the German Language Courses (GLC)


The German School Washington is evaluating the possibility of offering internship positions at our school in the future. We are unable to accept applications for internships at this time. Thank you for your interest.


All applicants must be authorized to work in the US for any employer.

Please contact us at to indicate your interest in job opportunities.

The German International School Washington D.C. is an equal opportunity employer.


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