National Primary School Teacher Job
TSC Certified, National Primary School Teacher
Location: Dadaab, Garissa County, Kenya
Lutheran World Federation World Service Kenya (LWF) World Service is the humanitarian and development arm of the Lutheran World Federation. We are a widely recognized, international, faith-based organization working in over 20 countries.
We seek to bring people of all backgrounds together in the common quest for justice, peace, and reconciliation in an increasingly complex and
A commitment to the human rights of every individual, regardless of their status, guides our work, actions, and operations. We are particularly known for our timely, compassionate, and professional humanitarian work, and for our field presence
in hard-to-reach areas.
Our work is people-centred and community-based. Above all, we work with the most vulnerable, and in order to claim and uphold their rights, we engage proactively with local government and community structures.
Our partners in Kenya-Somalia Program include Lutheran Churches and their related agencies, The European Commission (ECHO), WFP, UNICEF and UNHCR with whom we are key implementing partners.
LWF Kenya – Somalia Program is seeking to recruit Kenyan nationals for the following position to be based in Dadaab.
Position: TSC Certified, National Primary School Teacher
Overall responsibility to implement and evaluate curriculum in primary school and impart knowledge, skills, develop personality and
the character that will provide a lasting and inspiring impact on their lives to develop a positive attitude.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS:
- Curriculum implementation and evaluation
To prepare all professional records for curriculum implementation Develop teaching/learning resources for effective and motivating lessons Keep all records and use them to improve performance Conduct continuous assessment tests and terminal exams mark and record results.
- Train children in co-curricular activities so as to compete others
- Participate in curriculum review
- Training teachers on modern trends in special needs education
Train teachers in new teaching pedagogy that is responsive to current trends in education Assist untrained incentive teachers develop basic theoretical and practical knowledge about the teaching profession.
Train teachers on production of low cost teaching materials
Facilitate training of teachers in maintenance of equipment
Participate in workshops and seminars for teachers particularly Saturday TOT. Develop in the teacher the ability to communicate effectively.
- Facilitate Community participation in promoting primary education
Guide parents to form parents groups for classes of their children
Train parents of children on basic concepts for upbringing of their children
Participate in PTA meetings for the schools where they work
Involve the refugee community through the school PTA to support education
Encourage the community to give girls equal chance in education through mobilization
Encourage the school committee to make the school compounds environmentally friendly and barrier free
- Managing Classroom resources
- Ensure proper utilization of any used equipment used during classroom instruction
- Ensure proper storage and safety of equipment after use by children Responsible for proper management of classroom resources issued for promoting teaching/learning environment i.e.
- textbooks, teaching aids and desks and other materials. Accountable for keeping proper and accurate lists of books issued to students and ensuring school authorities kept aware of any
- Promote partnership with local educational Institutions
Conduct community mobilization and sensitization on significance of primary education. Regularly monitor the attendance,
scholastic performance and learning needs of the children in the school in close liaison with LWF Kenya program education
Initiate close relationship with teachers of local Kenyan primary schools to share approaches for effective teaching in
refugee-local schools Develop refugee inter-school competition in co- curricular activities as sports, games, drama and music festivals. Also train
children so as to participate in games and sports.
- Development of Human Potential in Students
Prepare high achieving pupils’ for post primary education Develop the pupils’ potential abilities to their maximum through a variety of experiences. Develop in pupils’ an awareness and appreciation of innovation in the field of education and an ability to utilize them. Develop in the pupils’ an awareness of the principles which underline good human relationship and use of these in their dealings with the community.
Prepare the pupils’ to face life with self-confidence and independence.
Promote clear logical thought and critical judgment. Offer career guidance to pupils’. Conduct counseling for pupils’ in need of counseling. Liaise with parents of individual learners for effective delivery of counseling services.
- Work in a team spirit with other teachers to promote understanding of school mission and goals successfully.
Establish closer relationship with other LWF Kenya program colleagues to establish the a positive image of the LWF Kenya
program education sector.
Take advantage of the available opportunities in education to foster self-development professionally.
- KNEC P1, Diploma, ECD Certificate.
- TSC Certifified
AUTHORITY: Has full authority on matters pertaining to effective curriculum implementation in assigned classroom tasks and is the point person for primary children in their school.
- Has the mandate on what action should be taken against deviant learners Advisor of the head teacher and education community teachers on all matters related to curriculum, teaching and co-curricular activities.
- CONTACTS/KEY RELATIONSHIPS:
Work closely with other sectors and in collaboration with UNHCR, partner agencies on education issues to promote teaching/learning.
Working Condition – National Primary School Teacher Job
- The position is in Dadaab Refugee Camp in Garissa County.
- The climate is harsh (semi-arid) and area prone to banditry menace.
- Teaching will essentially be carried out in refugee schools.
LWF World Service is an equal opportunity employer, irrespective of gender, race or religious affiliation. Qualified persons
with disability and female candidates are encouraged to apply.
LWF World Service adheres to PSEA Policy, Child protection standards and to internal Child Protection Policy. LWF World
Service is a signatory to the Code of Conduct for humanitarian agencies.
Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect the organization’s commitment to the prevention of abuse and exploitation of beneficiaries.