Our partners in the Singaporean Anglican Diocese is searching for an English Language Teacher to work in the ARDA Language Centre (Anglican Relief and Development Agency) ministry. You will be based in South East Asia and they will be looking to fill the position with those interested in serving for short term or long term with a minimum of 4 months.
Your responsibilities will involve:
- Engaging students in academic and relational areas.
- Building employment acumen.
- Being intentional in relating job experience with Biblical truth.
- Have high level of emotional intelligence.
- Be a confident speaker.
- Must be capable of undertaking all tasks appropriate to the nature of the role.
- Must have international teaching qualifications or be experienced in teaching roles.
- Must adhere to ARDA missional principles.
Closing Date: 15th January 2020, 17.00 pm
ARDA is a ministry of the Singaporean Anglican Diocese and has been operating in South East Asia since 1996. We have locations in Vientiane, Luang Prabang Pakse, and Savannakhet.
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