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ESL Teacher - Tanzania


Date 2016-02-01 22:02:56 Location : Africa


The Tanzanian Children’s Fund is seeking a native English speaker to work as an ESL professional at the Rift Valley Children’s Village in rural Tanzania. The goal of the position is to coordinate and teach a comprehensive ESL curriculum to our students and the Tanzanian teachers we employ in order to position them for future educational and professional success.
The specifics of this job include but are not limited to: 
Primary Responsibilities:

Management of the ESL program at Gyetighi Primary School
Planning, preparing and delivering lessons for both students and teachers to a range of classes and age groups;
Organizing and facilitating teacher training sessions;
Preparing and setting tests, examination papers, and exercises;
Marking and providing appropriate feedback on oral and written work;
Devising, writing and producing new ESL materials;
Supporting English language instruction at Oldeani Secondary School
Participating in extra-curricular school activities as required;  
Coordinating and creating programs to encourage teachers and students to use English;
Planning and supervising a three week English course to prepare students for secondary school;
Providing support for one-on-one tutors as needed;
Coordinating with RVCV volunteers who can assist in teaching and tutoring responsibilities

Qualifications:

Native English speakers only, please
Bachelor's Degree
Valid teacher’s license/certificate
ESL teacher certification
Minimum of 1-2 years’ experienceCommitment to service
Ability to engage children, faculty and volunteers
Strong team-building skills and interpersonal skills
Knowledge of Swahili helpful but not required
Overseas working/volunteering experience preferred

Benefits:

$650 monthly stipend ($7,800 a year)
$2,000 airfare allowance/year
Room and Board including private apartment, all meals, internet, local phone, and housekeeping support; transport to town as needed.
Health insurance for term of service
One month annual leave per year of commitment