Teacher

Central Asia, Education, 12-23 months / Job ID: 1507

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

To invest in the lives of expatriate children by carrying out the professional duties of a teacher as circumstances may require and in accordance with the programs policies under the direction of the Principal or Program Manager. In doing so we aim to meet the needs of expatriate children and support parents in their desire to serve the local people.

This person will be a qualified experienced teacher with cross-cultural experience. S/He has a living dynamic Christian faith and a caring servant heart. S/He is willing to learn willing to teach multi-grade classes and is able to work independently. S/He relates and communicates well with children and parents is flexible and creative and is able to work harmoniously in teams comprising different nationalities.

Language and Culture Learning

Central Asia, Education, 2+ years / Job ID: 1538

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

To manage and oversee the Language and Culture Program (LCP) of the organization countrywide and to help team members and other expatriates to learn the language and culture. The work will include liaising with area LCP administrators supporting LCP students and staff and managing the LCP planning reporting budgeting and statistics. S/He will ensure the development and production of material for language learning and cultural orientation together with LCP consultant and teachers organize initial and on-going teacher training organize Orientation Courses select new staff as needed and ensure security and safety measures are carried out in accordance with policies.

This person will have a willingness to learn a local language. It is recommended that s/he will have training in language learning methods (GPA included). S/He will have good administrative and organisational skills and leadership and management abilities S/He needs a good command of English and experience in language teaching is desirable.

EFL Teacher

Central Asia, Education, 1-11 months / Job ID: 1539

A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

The appointed teacher will teach English to local people at a variety of intermediate and advanced levels. This involves reading writing listening and speaking. It includes preparing tests/syllabi/assignments and daily lessons based on the curriculum we provide.

This person preferably will be a native English speaker and be a trained teacher or TEFL teacher or have teaching experience. S/he needs to be hard working flexible good with people and have a good sense of humour with strong communication skills. In this environment the person needs to be adaptable to change and calm under pressure. S/He should be willing to learn the local language(s) and be spiritually mature and committed to Christian unity in diversity.

Teacher

Central Asia, Education, 12-23 months / Job ID: 434

A small international school (K-10) in a major city in Central Asia serving the international community.

Current needs: Secondary — Science Math and English teachers Elementary teachers.

A native English speaker with experience is preferable (but not essential).

University Lecturers

Central Asia, Education, 12-23 months / Job ID: 542

This is a dynamic new international university with leaders who have proven themselves in tertiary education.

The university is seeking English teachers from Elementary to Intermediate and lecturers in Pedagogy (preschool education) Linguistics (English language with a touch of linguistics) Business Administration Information Technology and International Relations. It is also looking for qualified people for University Administration President International Accountant Head of Linguistics Department and Head of Business Administration Department.

The ideal applicant will have relevant qualifications and experience. While the university offers a local salary — enough to cover some basic living costs — it is not sufficient for an expatriates extra expenses. Lecturers can live in the capital and travel in university buses to the campus each day.

ESL Teacher

Central Asia, Education, 1-11 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 550

An organization which runs a cultural and language center in a major city in Central Asia is seeking an English language teacher. The language center caters mainly to local university students.

The teacher will teach English courses facilitate English summer camp and perhaps develop a English language program for kids. The ideal candidate will have appropriate teaching qualifications and experience.

Instructor/ Foundations Course

Central Asia, Education, 12-23 months / Job ID: 792

A new Institute of Business and Engineering is currently being set up in a major Central Asian city to provide a western standard of university education. Its aim is to provide education in areas of practical application through which the institute hopes to serve the nations of Central Asia.

The curriculum being planned is a first year foundations course to prepare students for the subsequent 4 years of Bachelor Degree study in business or engineering. All subjects will be delivered in the English language. The foundations course is designed to provide students with study language and thinking skills together with basic principles of business computer and mathematics. Instructors are needed to prepare and deliver these courses and/or to support local staff as they learn to teach the content.

Candidates should be in possession of a Graduate degree or higher. Teaching experience at high school or tertiary level is preferred. Instructors are expected to spend time with students in a mentoring/advisory capacity and so should show evidence of social skills and activities performed.

Professor of Business

Central Asia, Education, 12-23 months / Job ID: 795

A new Institute of Business and Engineering is currently being set up in a major Central Asian city to provide a western standard of university education. Its aim is to provide education in areas of practical application through which the institute hopes to serve the nations of Central Asia.

The institute offers a Diploma and Bachelor of Arts in Business. The aim of these courses is to give students skills necessary to enter the world of business as professionals. The courses will include financing accounting economics entrepreneurship and management as well as humanities and natural sciences. All of the courses are taught in English.

Candidates should have appropriate business qualifications and experience.

Instructor/Faculty Member

Central Asia, Education, 12-23 months / Job ID: 813

This university is an international multi-disciplinary learning community in the American liberal arts tradition that develops enlightened and impassioned leaders for the democratic transformation of Central Asia. It hosts approximately 1200 students from about 20 countries.

AUCA currently has several openings for instructors and faculty members in Business Administration International and Comparative Politics Sociology Software Engineering Economics ESL/EFL Journalism and Mass Communications Art/Design/Technologies and the TV and Cinema Department among others. An instructor with a background in humanities and social sciences is required for First Year Seminary (FYS).

Applicants should have necessary qualifications and experience according to the descriptions on their website (which your local ISV office can direct you to).

ESL Teacher

Central Asia, Education, 1-11 months, 12-23 months, 2+ years / Job ID: 1062

This locally registered humanitarian organisation operating in a village outside a major Central Asian city aims to provide affordable high quality learning opportunities to local people as well as social assistance to vulnerable members of society through several programs.

This job involves teaching English as a Foreign Language to university students and adults in certified courses using Headway curriculum. A minimum of 9 hours/week of classroom teaching time will be required after which the worker is free to pursue other relationship-building opportunities.

Qualified candidates should possess an appropriate (TESL/ESL/TESOL/TEFL) certificate or an equivalent post-secondary degree or life experience in lieu thereof as well as a personal calling to be a positive influence in the lives of their students.