Your role is primarily to schedule, and orient teachers to our language center while occasionally teaching students who are young adults (university age.)
Ability to identify useful and interesting teaching materials, from our available curriculum and provide these in a timely manner to teachers.
Throughout your time you would also be able to explore Burmese language learning and team activities while forming relationships with Myanmar people.
1. A trained teacher with recognized and relevant certification or diploma like TESOL, ESL, EFL or TEFL will be an advantage.
2. Preferred with experience in leading a team of teachers
3. Enjoy working with children, youth and families in the communities where we serve.
3. Some experience in community and social work is preferred.
As soon as possible
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