Education academic teaching Jobs at International School of Lusaka, Education Development Trust and Crested Crane Academy

Deadline of this Job: 26 August 2022
Applicants for this position must have a minimum of the following:
• A relevant Bachelor's Degree from a recognized institution
• A teaching qualification from an accredited provider . ESOL training would be an advantage

• Should be able to teach children from grade 1 to grade 9.
• Experience teaching English to non English speakers of various ages.
• Knowledge of special education and experience teaching leamers with specific learning difficulties, autism and developmental delay will be an advantageApplicants for this position must have a minimum of the following:
• At least two years of relevant teaching experience Experience in an international school with the BDP and/or IGCSE curricula will be highly advantageous. Applicants should be highly motivated educators, having a positive attitude and flexible mindset and being open to challenges

Deadline of this Job: 09 September 2022
We have an exciting opportunity for a Regional Education Technical Lead to oversee education technical quality across our portfolio of projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. You will be responsible for ensuring that project technical delivery is of high quality and education interventions have an impact commensurate with our strong ambition in the region, in addition to meeting client and stakeholder needs.
You will be a champion for improving educational outcomes, with a track record of strengthening education systems and proven experience delivering impact on learning. You will be an effective thought-leader, able to position Education Development Trust as a leader in impact and innovation. Working closely with the Regional Programmes Director and as part of the Regional Senior Management Team, you will assist project teams focusing on education quality and data-driven improvements. You will also provide quality assurance for project outputs in close collaboration with education consultants and will oversee a team of Education Technical and Workstream leads, working on projects across the region.
If you have extensive relevant experience leading, managing, and technically designing education projects in the region; strong understanding of education system reform models; familiarity with adaption based on MEL evidence; and a strong desire to make impact at scale, we would like to speak with you.
Please note that we will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis and reserve the right to close our vacancies early.
Closing date: September 9th, 2022
Interview dates: The first and second interviews will be held in the weeks beginning September 12th and September 26th, 2022, respectively.
At Education Development Trust, we improve school systems at scale; we partner with governments around the world to help turn ambitious, visionary education policy into reality.
All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which can include criminal record checks. Education Development Trust also participates in the Inter-Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme, and we may request information from relevant job applicants’ previous employers about any findings of sexual misconduct, including harassment, during employment, or incidents under investigation when the applicant left employment. By submitting an application, the job applicant confirms his/her understanding of these recruitment procedures.

Deadline of this Job: 19 August 2022
we are looking for a dynamic, motivated, enthusiastic and qualified person in the role of ‘BIOLOGY TEACHER as a major in the role of Head of Faculty – Natural Sciences plus a minor in any other subject’.
Location: lusaka
Job expectations
To provide high quality learning opportunities in the Department of Natural Sciences that will enable achieve the highest possible standards. Prepare teaching tools, teach, administer, supervise team members in the faculty and advise senior staff.
• Key tasks and activities include a team of teachers in your respective faculty.
• Coordinate teaching and assessment activities in your faculty and other where possible
• Overseeing teacher-beginners, appraising and developing staff members.
• Chairing departmental meetings, monitoring student progress and instituting mitigations where need be
• Be in contact with subject associations to ensure new trends n curriculum are made and known to team members and senior staff.
• You are expected to contribute to school wide initiatives make a positive impart to the well-being of the school.
• Evaluating academic programmes affecting your team members and proofing adjustment.
• Hold to account in writing, any team member who frequently fails to adhere to set school policies as well challenge them in the aspects of discipline by using the available school disciplinary Code of Conduct.
• Producing good academic results in your faculty and keeping up to date record of the same.

Teaching and learning
• Plan, prepare and deliver purposeful and productive lessons to assigned classes that meet the expectations of the syllabus.
• Be prepared to innovate and devise imaginatively varied ways of teaching their subjects to inspire pupils.
• Encourage pupils and show enthusiasm for their subject in the classroom.
• Mark according to school marking policies, giving appropriate feedback and maintaining records of pupils’ progress in their subject.
• Demonstrate an awareness of assessment for learning strategies and personalize the learning of all pupils, as appropriate.
• Select and use a range of different learning resources and teaching styles, appropriate to subject and topic.
• Participate in mutual lesson observations both within and beyond their department as a part of sharing best practice.
• Prepare qualitative and quantitative notes with visible dates and possibly with authentic diagrams. And ensure frequent book-checks and guide learners to take good care of their exercise books.
• Prepare and maintain charts that are current and representative.
• Set standard exams/tests a month after opening of each new term.
In the department
Must attend staff meetings, PTA meetings, CPD sessions/workshops and similar important events and functions both in and out of normal school hours and participate in the ‘Open Days’ for prospective parents/guardians and pupils/students as required.
At school
• ALL Staff have a responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons for whom they are responsible or with whom they come into contact and to adhere to and ensure compliance with the school’s ‘Child Protection Policy’ always.
• If during the course of carrying out their duties the post holder becomes aware of any actual or potential risks to the safety or welfare of children in the school they must repost any concerns to the Principal of the school.
Pastoral attributes
• Ensure pupils/students are familiar with the school’s health and safety guidance and be mindful of their own health and safety and that of their pupils.
• To challenge students in and outside the classroom on aspects of indiscipline using the applicable agreements/codes approach.

Other professional duties
• Conduct themselves in an appropriate professional manner at all times.
• Support and foster the aims and values of the school.
• Contribute imaginatively to the co-curricular, extra –curricular and sporting programmes of the school as required by the school, and be prepared to run or assist with activities beyond lesson time and on Saturdays when required.

Must have a full Grade 12 Certificate with 5 ‘O’ Levels including Mathematics, English and Biology OR GEC Equivalent. A Bachelor’s Degree in Sciences OR Related field of its equivalent. Should be able to conduct on-line lessons proficiently. Candidate should not be less than 35years of age. Must have a valid practicing certificate from Teaching Council of Zambia (TCZ) and not proof of payment.

Work experience
Minimum of five (5) years’ work experience in a reputable school. Should be able to work under pressure. The applicant should also have an interest in learners’ affairs holistically and spiritually. Must have three traceable references and or recommendations.