1 Mar 2019

Amani Centre for Street Children Jobs in Tanzania : Teacher

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Amani Centre for Street Children is a nationally registered NGO based in Moshi, Kilimanjaro-Tanzania. Amani is committed to reducing the number of children living on the streets in Tanzania by providing a safe place for homeless children to heal, grow, and learn and when possible reuniting them with their families and/or relatives. Amani operates in Moshi, Arusha, and Singida – with headquarters in Moshi.
Amani is seeking to recruit several new, dynamic staff members – to be working with Children and youths Living and Working on the Streets in Arusha Region and neighboring regions.
This is a new program implemented by Amani Centre for Street Children which will offer drop in services for children and youths, night shelter for children and youths and accommodate temporary referrals from other working partners and or Government authorities.
In addition to the new job openings in Arusha City, Amani also is recruiting to fill vacant position in its existing programs in Moshi, Kilimanjaro.
Teacher
Position Description:
The selected candidate will be responsible for teaching primary-level subjects, Prepare and use teaching aids to teach children with often impulsive and sometimes explosive behaviour, design lessons to suit age-specific Amani children and youths, work with Youth association workers to teach life skills and to liaise with community Primary school teachers re connect students back to their schools.
Qualifications:
Diploma or degree in teaching field, proven ability to teach academici Subjects at primary school level, fluency in oral and written English and Swahili languages, ability to work independently on complex tasks under minimum supervision, Proven participatory teaching methodologies, Commitment to children’s rights, participation, and empowerment, Willingness to learn, improve and open for criticism and flexibility to accept other official assignments.

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How to Apply

If you qualify for, and are interested in the following positions, please send us: • A detailed cover letter in which you explain your motivations and clearly indicate which position(s) and in which town/city you are applying for; • your CV, and photo copy of your profession certificates, • The contact details (email and phone) of at least two of your professional referees to [email protected] , latest by 10th March 2019. For more information about Amani, visit www.amanikids.org .






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