Secondary School Teachers at Windle Trust Kenya

On Thursday, July 9th, 2015
11/15
Contract term: Full-time, 1 year contract with possibility for extension
 
Background: Windle Trust Kenya (WTK), a member of Windle Trust International Federation, is a non-profit organization with a mission to transform society through education and training. 
We are working with communities in Dadaab District, Fafi, Wajir South, Turkana West, Dadaab Refugee Camps and Kakuma Refugee Camp one education projects.
Windle Trust Kenya wishes to recruit for the following positions based in Dadaab Refugee Camp
 
Subject Combinations
  1. Mathematics & Physics
  2. Mathematics & Chemistry
  3. Mathematics & Geography
  4. Mathematics & Business
  5. Computer Studies
  6. English & Literature
  7. Kiswahili & History
  8. Kiswahili & Geography
  9. Biology & Chemistry
  10. Physics & Chemistry
Qualifications:
  • A degree in Education
  • Must be registered with Teachers Service Commission as a Secondary School Teacher
  • At least 2 years’ experience teaching secondary school.
  • Proven performance as a secondary school teacher with outstanding results
  • Demonstrated capabilities and strategies to propel secondary schools to top national performance in curricular and co-curricular activities.
  • Able and willing to live, work, travel in fast-paced and insecure environment adhering to strict security guidelines.
  • Mastery of office software (MS Word, Excel, and Power Point)
If you wish to apply for this position, please send your resumé with a covering letter quoting reference number 11/15 
to: [email protected]
OR Human Resource Department, 
Windle Trust Kenya, 
and P.O Box 40521-00100 
Nairobi. 
Deadline for applications is 19th July 2015. 
No telephone calls please.

Letters of application should include detailed CV, copies of certificates, daytime telephone contact and current remuneration

WTK is an equal opportunity employer. 
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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