By choosing Colegio Menor, Samborondón or Quito, you’ll join a top community of lifelong teachers and learners who strive for the best in all that they do.

Learn more about us and what makes us special.


As part of Nord Anglia Education’s premium group of international schools, Colegio Menor is an outstanding place to work, with the best global standards. Nord Anglia is a leading premium international school group with a high reputation for academic excellence worldwide. 

We believe that outstanding teachers make outstanding schools. Working at one of Nord Anglia’s schools means you’ll be teaching alongside some of the brightest minds in education, supported by a world-renowned professional development program.

We have exclusive world-class teaching resources through our training platform Nord Anglia University and our special collaborations with MIT, The Julliard School, and UNICEF. With so many excellent tools at their fingertips, our teachers are always passionate about lifelong learning. As a result, our students stay motivated to do their best.


At Colegio Menor Quito, we’re surrounded by fantastic colleagues. We’re all dedicated people who are always looking to apply our knowledge and expertise within the education field. In addition to our ongoing professional development opportunities, our state-of-the-art campus and facilities create the optimal environment to teach and learn. 

You’ll also get the opportunity to experience life in Ecuador! Located on South America’s west coast on the Pacific Ocean, we’re bordered by Colombia in the north and Peru in the east and south. Ecuador’s diverse landscapes include the Amazon Rainforest, Andean highlands, and the wildlife-rich Galápagos Islands. 

In the Andean foothills lies our nation’s capital, Quito, best known for having one of the largest and best-preserved historic centers in the Americas. Quito was the
first World Cultural Heritage Site established by UNESCO in 1978 and has since been recognized as the as a leading South American travel destination by the World Travel Awards.


Just like Quito, let’s begin with our beautiful country of Ecuador—we’re located on South America’s west coast, bordered by Colombia in the north, Peru in the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean in the west. We take great pride in having the highest concentration of biodiversity in the world with the Galápagos Islands in the Pacific, the Amazon Rainforest, and the Andean highlands defining our landscapes.

Samborondón is one of the cantons of Guayas province, adjacent to Guayaquil. With a population of 100,000, Samborondón is one of the most attractive residential and entertainment districts in Ecuador.

Guayaquil is the largest geographical city in Ecuador and has a population of over 3 million people. As a port city that serves as Ecuador’s commercial and industrial center, we’re one of South America’s top business destinations. 


Colegio Menor provides many opportunities to grow—both personally and professionally. We’re constantly inspired by the new technologies and resources we have, and our teachers and staff also love to use their creativity every day. 

We offer our teachers and staff a competitive compensation package with several excellent benefits, including private health insurance, up to 75% off tuition for enrolling their children, retirement plans, and transportation to and from campus.

From Our Staff

Melina Romero
Learning Support Specialist
“Colegio Menor is an outstanding place to work. Our many resources provide our children with the best learning experiences. The facilities are excellent, and the campus has beautiful green spaces. My job gives a lot of opportunities to grow. ” 
Ashley Hillier
Social Studies Teacher
“Whenever someone asks me about Menor or why I wouldn’t prefer to work at another school, I always think about our faculty of active learners and practitioners.”
Amanda Godleski
Elementary School Teacher
“Colegio Menor students are the best! Their daily enthusiasm and energy to learn in the classroom are refreshing. Menor students are committed to growing their knowledge, both inside and outside the classroom. It’s great to teach such eager students!”