Full-Time Vishwa Vidyapeeth requires Head Mistress, Co-Ordinator, Teachers and Office Staffs
Vishwa Vidyapeeth Requires Head Mistress, Co-Ordinator, Teachers and Office Staffs for our 2nd Campus in North Bangalore.
Vishwa Vidyapeeth seeking for Head Mistress, Co-Ordinator, Teachers and Office Staffs
Post Name:Head Mistress (icse & cbse)
Female (Minimum 8 years Experience)
Post Name: Academic Co-Ordinator
Female (Minimum 4 years Experience) Fluency in Written & Spoken English is a must.
Post Name: Teachers (Female)
B.Ed. / M.Ed. / Graduate / Post Graduate
Pre- Primary, Mathematics, Science, English Social, Computer, Sports & French
Post Name: Office Staff (Female)
Graduate / Post Graduate with IT Skills
* Secretary to Principal
* Accountant / Admin Executive
* Office Attendant (Male)
Interested Candidates email CV by 12th January 2018 to email@example.com in Attractive Salary Package along with special benefits.
Sy No. 65, Singanayakanahalli,
Doddaballapur Rd, Yelahanka,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560064
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