Hey hey hey! We hired some people! We were worried after going to 4 job fairs and didn't get anybody to commit to a contract. But we've been busy, and frankly, we're proud of ourselves: We even hired for that high school assistant principal position that opened up really late. We're particularly proud of the … Continue reading Good job, guys!
ASK has fired yet another teacher, meaning that all their belongings are for sale on the Facebook group (AS)K-Mart 2018-2019. To get your purchases, though, it looks like you need to be brave enough to take the Annex elevator. Good luck.
Merchandise is now available, just head on over to our cafepress shop. We currently have all of the prices marked up by $0.00, meaning we make absolutely no profit off of any of the items. We will continue this sale until ASK has filled all of their positions, so grab yourself a MA(SK)GA sweatshirt or a … Continue reading Merchandise Now Available
The job fairs have passed. The list of job openings at the American School of Kuwait has only gotten longer. Most schools have either completed or nearly completed all hiring for next year. This is not a good sign, people. Below is a graphic showing the school's job listings on three separate dates in the … Continue reading Vacancies *still* open
We here at American School of Kuwait Reviews would like to extend a sincere Happy Birthday to Mrs. Rebecca Ness, superintendent of the American School of Kuwait. Regardless of how you feel about Becky's leadership, if you work or have worked at ASK, then she gave you a job. She has served students and teachers … Continue reading Happy Birthday to Rebecca Ness
According to the school's Schrole Recruitment page, the school no longer requires candidates to even have certification. That's going to look great for the accreditation visit. We are genuinely saddened to see that ASK has to resort to interviewing uncertified candidates just to find people that are willing to accept contracts. Update: Multiple people have … Continue reading Vacancies: Certification Not Needed
All the major fairs are over and recruiting has been in full swing for months now. Yet most of the job vacancies remain: Simply put: The package isn't good enough to justify accepting a position in a "hardship location." The reputation of ASK is beginning to falter as large numbers of former employees spread through … Continue reading People Are Too Smart to Work at ASK