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Job vacancies in an international School in Abuja, Nigeria

An international School in Abuja requires the services of:

  1. A Principal:

Qualities: – Decision-making skills, critical thinking abilities, excellent communication, exemplary leadership qualities, ability to oversee school activities. Must possess a teaching experience,  an advanced degree, such as a Master of Science or Doctor of Education in Educational Administration with no less than 10 years post-graduation experience in Education Administration. Indicate Positions held and targets met.

  • Head of Administration:

Qualities: – Good interpersonal, IT, numeracy, organizational, time management, negotiation and communication skills. A polite telephone manner  and discretion when dealing with confidential information. Candidate should have a Master’s degree in Educational Administration any relevant certification in educational leadership, and at least five years of experience as a school administrator

  • Teachers: –

Qualities: – Candidates must be educationists who are driven, dedicated and passionate about their job with a good University degree and at least a minimum of 5-year post graduation experience. Candidates must possess a degree in the relevant field and a certification as an IGCSE Instructor/Teacher or a Master’s degree will be an added advantage.

The required positions to be filled include:

  • Economic/Marketing instructor/Teacher
  • Mathematics instructor/Teacher
  • Agricultural Science instructor/Teacher
  • Home Economics/Catering craft instructor/Teacher
  • English Studies/Literature instructor/Teacher
  • Christian Religious Studies instructor/Teacher
  • Accounting (Accountant)
  • Accountant:-

Good degree in accounting and experience of not less than 5 years with impeccable character and Account ICT knowledge.

Interested Candidates Should forward their Resume to edmasterhr@gmail.com

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