Tutoring Program Overseer / Coordinator (AIDSLink)

1. Oversee the running of the program, making sure things are in place and program is in good shape
1-2 Years
Full Time
Short Description: Mondays – Thursdays Afternoons at Ministry Centre
1. Oversee the running of the program, making sure things are in place and program is in good shape
2. Train and guide tutors and the program coordinator in preparation such as plans and material for devotion, teaching, activities, snack, transport budget and arrangement)
3. Make sure the program meets the requirement of both Government and OM Zambia in terms of safety, security, child policy and any crisis such as pandemic, give assessment and guidelines. 
4. Assist tutors when there is need Enter a short description of the opportunity. This field is limited to 500 characters.
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and Requirements: 1. Experience in tutoring or teaching
2. Graduate of College or above
3. Good with children, heart for them
4. Good communication, leadership and organization skills (exposure in first -world settings/ system)
5. Teachable spirit in learning in African context and settings

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