The Presbyterian Education Board is a small school system run under the auspices of the Presbyterian Church of Pakistan.
It runs 13 schools, 4 hostels, and a project for women's empowerment around the Punjab Province.
Trainers are needed to work in schools to train and mentor teachers.
This is a great opportunity to encourage and offer skills to teachers who have had little training.
The post will include travel to the scattered schools.
Additionally, there will be opportunity to have input into the academic policies of the board.
We are looking for experienced and enthusiastic teacher-trainers with the ability to communicate and train others.
Individuals willing to commit to 1-2 years would also be suitable candidates.
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|Job ID||Date Posted||Job Title||Job Type||Location||Duration|
|231||16 May 2013||Language School Director||Education||South Asia||Long Term|
|1020||08 May 2013||TEFL Teacher||Education||Pakistan||Mid Term|
|302||02 May 2013||Secondary Teachers||Education||Bangladesh||Long Term|
|868||02 May 2013||School Principal||Education||Bangladesh||Long Term|
|947||26 April 2013||Foreign Language Teachers||Education||Pakistan||Long Term|
|948||26 April 2013||Language Supervisor/Trainer||Education||Pakistan||Long Term|
|233||26 April 2013||Guidance Counselor||Education||Pakistan||Mid Term|
|921||26 April 2013||Elementary Teacher||Education||Pakistan||Mid Term|
|922||26 April 2013||Boarding/Teaching Volunteers||Education||Pakistan||Mid Term|
|246||26 April 2013||Secondary Teachers||Education||Pakistan||Mid Term|
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