Thursday, 14 July 2016

Teachers Internship at Kingswood College 2016

Kingswood, founded in 1894, is an independent, boarding and day school that caters for girls and boys from pre-school to bridging year (post matric).

It is very much a family school and has children from all over South Africa, as well as a number from various other countries. 73% of pupils, however, come from the Eastern Cape, giving the school its rich, local heritage.

In striving to address the College’s strategic vision, an opportunity exists for young South African men/women to apply for a Teachers Internship.

(Commencing January 2017)

Students gain on the job training while studying through UNISA towards an education degree in either the FET or GET phases.

The ideal candidate should have the following qualities:
  • a proven track record of academic rigour;
  • be disciplined to embark on the UNISA distant learning platform;
  • coach sport; and
  • do duties in the boarding houses.
Candidates from previously disadvantaged groups will be strongly considered.

It is the responsibility of the applicants to register with Unisa by mid-September 2016 regardless whether the College has completed the appointment process. Students who have already embarked on studies through Unisa would also be considered on merit.

Applications, inclusive of a full Curriculum Vitae and motivating covering letter, must be submitted to Mrs Elmarie Retief by 29 July 2016.

The College reserves the right not to proceed with the filling of the post. Candidates who have not heard from the College by 30 September 2016 must assume that their applications were unsuccessful.

Closing Date: 29 July 2016

Burton Street, Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa

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