Great North Road Academy
Great North Road Academy
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Intern Teachers

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GREAT NORTH ROAD ACADEMY, an ever-growing group of schools with Campuses in Lusaka (Avondale, Chilanga, North-end), and Livingstone is seeking to recruit for the following positions, on an Internship basis:

1. Early Childhood Teachers

  • Grade 12 School Certificate
  • Diploma or Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education
  • Any experience in teaching children is an added advantage
  • Excellent Communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Computer Literate
  • Result oriented

2. Primary School Teachers

  • Grade 12 School Certificate
  • Diploma or Bachelors Degree in Primary Education
  • Any experience in teaching lower grades is an added advantage
  • Excellent Communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Computer Literate
  • Result oriented

3. Secondary School Teachers (Mathematics and/or Sciences ONLY)

  • Grade 12 School Certificate
  • Diploma or Bachelors Degree in Secondary Education
  • Able to Teach either Mathematics and/or Sciences (Chemistry, Physics or Biology)
  • Excellent Communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Computer Literate
  • Result oriented

Method of Application

If you have the required abilities, send us your C.V and Qualifications in PDF format to the email with the Position you are applying for as the subject tagline.

Application deadline
19 Jan 14:00
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Great North Road Academy
Lusaka
Pre-schools
Primary schools
Secondary schools
Established in 2005, Great North Road Academy is a co - educational school that offers quality education for pre school, primary and secondary level with an option of day or boarding facilities. The school believes everyone is intelligent and aims at finding solutions to education system challenges. The school is run on two campuses with Great North Road Academy, quality comes first. The have limited the number of pupils per class so that each pupil can get the necessary attention.