Full-Time Kunwars Global School requires Primary Teacher, Warden and Attendant
Kunwars Global believes in excellence in education with holistic approach combining technical innovations and personal mentoring, The school is set up in a lush green 30 acre campus with state of art facilities including Swimming pool, offering day & full boarding options to the students with a freedom of choice of curriculum offering Cambridge & Central Board of Secondary Education. We are looking for dynamic & talented faculty members with excellent communication & teaching skills.
Kunwars Global School seeking for Primary Teacher, Warden and Attendant
Pre – Primary Teacher
PRT & TGT : (All Subjects)
PGT: (Science, Humanities & Commerce)
Activity Teacher: (Art & Craft)
Sports Coach (Male/Female): B.P.Ed with specialization
Warden (Male/Female): Graduate/Post Graduate
Nursing Staff: Nurse
Minimum 5 years experience & fluency in spoken English is mandatory
Other Staff Requirement:
Attendant (Boys Hostel)
– Aaya (Boys Hostel)
– Aaya (Girl’s Hostel)
– Ground Man
Interview of shortlisted candidates:
Date: 17th & 18th march, 2018.
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Venue:Kunwar’s global school, Lucknow
Selection based on written test followed by interview
Call:- 8795838009, email@example.com
Call:- 8795838008, www.kunwarsglobalschool.com
Dayal Farms, Just Before Telco
Deva Road, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226028
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