Full-Time Dilip Oaks Academy requires Faculty, Counsellor and Web Developer
Dilip Oaks Academy, India’s Largest Training Institute for Higher Education in America. Immediately requires Faculty, Counsellor and Web Developer.
Dilip Oaks Academy seeking for Faculty, Counsellor and Web Developer
Post Name: English Faculty & Verbal Content Developers
• Experience in teaching the verbal section of the GRE desirable
• Should be well-read and have excellent writing and editing skills
• Relevant experience (provide samples of previously written work)
Post Name: Quantitative Content Developers
• Development of course material
• Experience in teaching competitive maths desirable
Post Name: Teaching Faculty for German Classes
• Graduates with C1 certificate from Goethe Institute (C2 preferred)
• Excellent speaking, reading, listening and writing skills
Post Name: Admission Counsellor
• Female, below 40 years of age, with pleasing personality & good communication skills.
Post Name:IT Specialist / Web Developer
B.E.., MCA.. M.C.M. or any other degree in computers
• Smart, detail-oriented, self-starter, with experience In:
1. Handling web-based projects (especially in PHP, HTML5, SEO)
2. UI / UX design and databases (desirable)
Submit your resume by email or in person Office Timing: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm email@example.com
Malati Madhav, 819, Bhandarkar Institute
Road, Pune 411004, Maharashtra,
Tele phone: 020-67444222
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