Full-Time Cambridge School seeking for Principal, Teachers, Accountant and Receptionist
Cambridge School starting in April 2018 for the session 2018-19 (From Nursery to Class VIII), application are invited from trained and experienced Post Graduates/Graduates with good academic record excellent communication skills and proven ability in co-curricular activities for the following posts:
Cambridge School hiring for Principal, Teachers, Accountant and Receptionist
Post Name:Principal At least 5 Years Experience.
Post Name:Pre-Primary Teachers: NTT Qualified.
Post Name:PRT : English, Hindi, Maths, EVS, Computer, Sanskrit & Physical Education,
Post Name:TGT: English. Hindi, Maths, Science, Social Science & Sanskrit.
Post Name:Activity Teachers: Music, Dance, Theater, Art & Craft, Coach for swimming, Basketball & Football, Yoga.
* Special Educator,
* Admin Officer,
* Data Entry Operator,
* IT Executive, Trained Nurse.
Post Name:Receptionist: Attractive, Must be fluent in spoken English a Hindi and having minimum 3 years experience.
* Salary as per CS Society.
* Eligibility criteria as per CBSC Norms.
* Transport & Accommodation will be provided to out station candidates.
Send detailed CV along with recent photograph up to 11th February, 2018.
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