Full-Time Delhi World Public School seeking for Receptionist and Teachers
Delhi World Public School hiring for Teachers, Counsellor and Accountant
Delhi World Public School, Applications 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:-
- PRT/TGT (All Subjects)
- School Counsellor
- Pre Primary Teachers (NTT)
- Special Educator
- Creative: Art & Craft, Music, Dance
- Librarian/ B. Lib/ M. Lib
- Sports Teacher
- Administrative Officer/ Estate Officer, Transport Officer, P.A. to Principal, Accountant, Receptionist.
Pay Scale and Eligibility Criteria as per CBSE norms.
Kindly email your updated C.V. along with your latest coloured passport size photograph within 10 Days at:-firstname.lastname@example.org
No calls please. Only short-listed candidates will be called for interviewDelhi World Public School
Hind Institute of Medical Sciences – Campus.
Mau Ataria. Sitapur Road.
Uttar Pradesh – 261303
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