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Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organization with a mission to accompany. serve and defend the rights of refugees and forcibly displaced people Founded in 1980 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) uncle’ the leadership of Fr Pedro Arrupe SJ JRS is now at work in over 56 countries. JRS facilitates involvement of individuals and communities and promotes regional and global cooperation and networking on behalf of refugees and the forcibly displaced.
JRS works cooperatively with other organisations and agencies in order to achieve its mission. It seeks works in situations where no one else is working. where it can bring a particular expertise to bear where its presence will attract others. where it can build its work on an existing network and where its presence can send a larger message to decision makers and others JRS welcomes collaboration with Jesuits. lay people and members of other religious congregations. Indeed throughout its history JRS has fulfilled its mission thanks to the collaboration of volunteers and staff committed to the service of refugees and the forcibly displaced.
JRS in Malawi is looking for a highly motivated and qualified candidates to fill the following position tenable in Dzaleka Dowa
Secondary School Teachers (3 positions)
• Geography / Bible Knowledge / Social Studies
• English / Chichewa
• Preparation of lessons and teaching and learning materials.
• Teaching various subjects in all classes for different age groups
• Maintaining students scholastic records
• Preparing and updating relevant tools for teachers.
• Leading and participating in co-curricular and other school activities
• Performing any other tasks and responsibilities assigned by management
• Minimum of Diploma in Education in the specified teaching area and 4 years post-qualification experience.
• Flexible and willing to learn new methods of teaching and learning. Knowledge in participative and objective and outcome based teaching and learning.
• Good interpersonal communication skills.
• Ability to live and work in a rural setup.
• Capable of working in a multicultural setup.
• Capacity to go the extra mile in attending to students educational needs
• Ability to observe set deadlines.
• Should be able to perform under pressure.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants should send a motivation letter and Curriculum Vitae quoting the position being applied for on the envelope or in the subject line through email to:
The Human Resources Coordinator, Jesuit Refugee Service, Area 41/5/282, Dzalanyama Road P.O. Box 31711, Lilongwe 3
The applications should reach the HR no later than Friday, 21st October, 2019
Please note that due to an urgent need applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
No late applications will be considered
Only shortlisted candidates well be contacted
Not any Videos.