EMCAST Inc Primary Mathematics Teachers Jobs in Nairobi, Kenya

EMCAST Inc. (South Korean EdTech company) seeks Primary Mathematics Teachers for a short term project based in Nairobi.

Tinker Education, the Nairobi branch of EdTech (education technology) company EMCAST, delivers STEM Education to children through computer science/coding.

EMCAST are currently developing a new program that requires Primary Mathematics teachers to conduct research and deliver online teaching.

<Job Description>

We seek to hire two groups of mathematics teachers.

Group 1: Take math teaching videos by grade

(*Note: Curriculum, contents and teaching guide will be provided.)

Group 2: Create mathematics questions by grade to make a math question pool


  • 2 months (May – June 2018)
  • Full time (8am-5pm)
  • Flexible work days


  • Hold a degree/diploma in Mathematics Education or Mathematics
  • More than 5 years classroom teaching experience for Group 1
  • One-on-one tutoring experience is advantageous but not required.


Group 1:

Superior teaching skills with ability to deliver lessons in a straightforward, clear and impactful manner:

  • Excellent Communication Skills: You must have a great command of the English language and be able to speak clearly to students.
  • Instruction Skills: You will have to explain new ideas and unfamiliar concepts with authority and in a clear and concise way so that students can understand.
  • You must work to keep the students’ attention.
  • Organized, careful about time management, devoted to learning, and attentive to details.

Group 2:

Have mathematics knowledges and skills from Grade 1-9

<Documents to Submit>

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume must clearly outline:
    ○ Education background specifically university and major, and
    ○ teaching experience of mathematics in detail
  • A 20 minute video clip of the applicant teaching one chapter from a mathematics curriculum for Group 1 (optional)

Submit your application to sunny@tinkeredu.net

Deadline 4th May 2018

Education and Training
Updated: April 21, 2018 — 7:28 am