Full-Time Chatrabhuj Narsee School job openings for Academic and Non-Academic
Chatrabhuj Narsee School, is an International School offering the Cambridge (I.G.C.S.E.) Curriculum invites applications from professionally qualified and experienced academic and non-academic staff.
Chatrabhuj Narsee School job vacancies for Academic and Non-Academic
Post Name: Academic
Post Name: Pre-Primary Teachers – Graduate with E.C.C.E.
Post Name: Primary Homeroom Teachers – English, Maths, Science, World Studies – Graduate with B.Ed.
Post Name:Secondary Teachers – History, World Studies, Math, Computers, English, Science. Business Studies, Geography, Economics, Spanish, French
Post Name: Art, Dance, Vocals Teacher and Career Guidance Counsellor
Post Name: Special Educator & Counsellor – Graduate with Sp. Ed.
Post Name: Non-Academic
Post Name: Administrator / Manager – With experience in a school preferred.
Post Name: Account Assistant – Minimum 3 years of experience
Candidate with suitable qualifications and experience may email their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org addressed to the Principal.
Valley of Flower, Next to Gundecha Premiere Tower,
off. Western Express Highway,
Kandivali East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400101
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