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Thursday, 20 April 2017 13:10

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER FOR A COMBINATION OF THE FOLLOWING: HISTORY, AFRIKAANS, ENGLISH (GRADES 8-12)

The Private School Swakopmund is an integrated and innovative institution which caters for teaching and learning in small classes. Throughout our students are prepared for a global university education or a practical career. Our Primary Phase has an English and a German stream and tuition is in these two languages during the Grades one to seven. English is the medium of instruction in the High School section. German is a compulsory subject for all students.
The PSS has a fully committed staff who provides experienced subject and career development, especially for new teachers.

The following qualifications and competencies are a pre-requisite:

  •  A completed teaching qualification
  •  Good communication skills in all three languages, German, English and Afrikaans (written as well as spoken), is a recommendation
  •  Computer literacy in both Word and Excel
  •  Team Spirit, Enthusiasm, Flexibility
  •  Prepared to participate in all school activities
  •  In possession of a Namibian passport or permanent residence permit.

Starting date: May 26th, 2017 (2nd term) - Application deadline: May 12th, 2017

www.pss.com.na

 

Additional Info

  • Location: Namibia
  • Workplace: High school – independent
  • Position: Teaching jobs – general (including classroom assistant and tutor)
  • Teaching subject / Area: English/Afrikaans
  • Deadline for application: Friday, 12 May 2017
  • Commencement date: Friday, 26 May 2017
  • Contact instructions: Interested candidates to please send a completed application with a minimum of two references, CV, certified copies of all qualifications, copy of your domicile to: Private School Swakopmund, Employment Committee, P O Box 4053, Swakopmund ∙ Tel. 064 463280 ∙ Fax 064 463281∙ or via email.
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  • Address: Swakopmund, Namibia
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