Jhamtse Gatsal Children’s Community looking for Teachers
Organization: Jhamtse Gatsal Children’s Community
Location: Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Minimum Eligibility Requirements:
— B.Ed. required
— Excellent subject knowledge and a sound understanding of the CBSE curriculum for secondary and higher secondary classes
Subjects: Chemistry (1), Geography (1), Political Science (1), PreK/K (1)
Besides teaching, the roles and responsibilities will require participation in Community-level activities on a regular basis.
— Experience teaching secondary and higher secondary classes strongly preferred
— A heart and passion for teaching
— An ability to individualize instruction to meet each student’s needs
— Motivation to encourage and inspire students to love learning and excel in their subject area
— A keen interest in using ICT tools to support their teaching
— Good written and oral communication as well as interpersonal skills
— An interest in sports and extracurricular activities
— A desire to serve those who are less fortunate and to raise children mindfully and responsibly
Remuneration: Negotiable based on experience and commitment
Application Process: Interested candidates are requested to send in a copy of their resume and cover letter to Vasudha Wanchoo, Managing Director, Jhamtse Gatsal Children’sCommunity, Lumla at email@example.com.
Last date to apply: 16 February 2017
Note: For enquiries, please write at the email address above.
About Jhamtse Gatsal Children’s Community:
The mission of Jhamtse Gatsal Children’s Community is to provide a loving home and quality education to local children who are first generation learners. The Community is founded on the principles of mindful and sustainable living whereby we grow some of our own food organically and harness solar energy to power some of our buildings. Our goal is to become energy independent in the next five to seven years using wind and solar energy. Currently, the Community has 89 children who are studying in Classes PreK to 12.
The Community is located in the remote foothills of the Himalayas in the Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh near the Bhutan and Tibet borders.