Full-Time The Amaatra Academy seeking for Faculty, Lab Instructors and Warden
The Amaatra Academy hiring for Faculty, Lab Instructors and Warden
The Amaatra Academy, India’s first college-preparatory school is hiring for Faculty, Lab Instructors and Warden. The Amaatra Academy, a PES Institution, follows tradition of global college preparatory schools. It offers holistic education and lifestyle that equips student to compete for prestigious colleges the world over.
– The school follows the CBSE syllabus and is open to students from Class I to Class XII
Post Name: Faculty
Faculty for all subjects from Class I to Class XII, CBSE syllabus:
- Masters / Bachelor’s Degree + Degree / Diploma in Education
- 3+ years of experience in CBSE Schools with excellent subject knowledge and superior communication skills
- Competitive exam training experience is an added merit
The Amaatra Academy requires Coordinator, Lab Instructors and Warden
In addition we are considering openings for IT coordinator, Lab Instructors, and also teachers in Art & Crafts / Dance / Theater / Drawing, Sketching & Painting / Music / Yoga / Warden
We offer competitive compensation packages with additional incentives for proven performance.
Email your resume to the following address:- email@example.com
Website:- www.amaatra.pes.eduThe Amaatra Academy
Survey #45/3, Kasavanahalli Haraluru,
Sarjapur Main Road, Lakedew Residency- Phase 2,
Harlur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560102
Contact No. 080-29796501 / 29796504 / 9901812003
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