Windle International – Kenya (WIK)
Vacant Positions: Special Needs Education Teachers
Contract term: Full-time, 5 months’ contract with possibility for extension
Windle International – Kenya (WIK) is a humanitarian education organization providing education to refugees and needy Kenyans.
WIK was founded in 1977 with the belief that good education was essential if Africa was to meet the challenges it faced.
We are working with communities in Dadaab, Fafi, Wajir South, Turkana West, Turkana North, Dadaab Refugee Camp and Kakuma Refugee Camp on education projects.
Windle International – Kenya wishes to recruit for the position of Special Needs Education Teachers (Visually Impaired option) for the Secondary Education Programme to be based in Dadaab Refugee Camp.
Qualifications; Knowledge; Skills and Abilities
- A Bachelor’s degree in Education (Special Needs Education)
- 3 years’ experience teaching visually impaired students with disabilities in a secondary school
- Registered with the Teachers Service Commission
- Mastery of office software (MS Word, Excel, and Power Point).
- A strong passion and commitment to work with and for persons with disabilities.
- Able and willing to live, work, travel in fast-paced and insecure environment adhering to strict security guidelines.
- Flexible, with ability to work handle multiple tasks and meet strict deadlines.
- Strong planning, organization and problem solving skills with ability to work hands-on, independently, and within team in a difficult work environment.
- Strong communication (written & spoken) and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work with staff and students from diverse cultures
If you wish to apply for any of these positions, please submit your application through our recruitment portal https://www.erecruitmentwik.org/
Deadline for application is Friday 15th May 2020.
Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Windle International Kenya’s selection processes reflect our commitment to a diverse and inclusive environment.
We work in schools and are committed to safeguard children from abuse.