Lead Primary School Teachers Opportunities at Christ Church International School
Lead Primary School Teachers
Christ Church International School
Christ Church International School is a vibrant primary school community in Arusha, Tanzania.
Seeking enthusiastic teachers with a heart for Christian education! CCIS is now accepting applications for a primary school Lead Teacher to start in August 2022. Applicants must be willing to teach on-campus (in Tanzania). If necessary, online learning platforms may be utilized through distance learning teaching models.
This quaint school with approximately 100 students (ages 3-14) is located in the foothills of majestic Mount Meru in the gateway city to the natural wonders of several of Tanzania’s wildlife parks and Mount Kilimanjaro.
We Are Looking For Experienced Teachers Who Are
- Passionate about teaching children from around the world
- Excited about contributing to the development of a Christian international school
- Eager to collaborate with teachers, staff, parents, and local communities to create a holistic
- Christian education which supports children to thrive academically and spiritually
- Does this sound like you? If so, you may be just the person we’re looking for to join the CCIS team.
- Bachelor’s degree in education with certification or licensure to teach primary school
- Servant heart, an attitude of grace, committed to supporting a loving school culture
- Commitment to building and supporting a multicultural community
- Flexible and adaptable to meeting school’s needs
- Classroom teaching experience
- International experience, especially in a developing country
- Commitment to Christian education
- Self-motivation with an ability to mentor and supervise others
- Willingness to embrace and learn from other cultures and faith denominations
At the time of this posting, school campuses in Tanzania are open with safety and hygiene precautions.
School management considers both national and international health organizations’ recommendations for COVID-19 safety.
Applications are continuously being reviewed.