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PROJECT-E is a German NGO, whose objective is to empower young women from destitute social backgrounds by offering a high quality and practice oriented vocational education? In order to ensure proper trainees of the Hospitality Institute, PROJECT-E is in need of an English instructor.
• Educational requirements:
Bachelor of Education degree in English or related filled
Certification in English language (IELTS and TOFEL)
· Total experience:
The English teacher has to have a minimum of three years of teaching Experience as an English instructor on a vocational level. Experience in the hotel industry or has lived abroad, are an asset to the profile.
Exceptional communicational and pedagogical skills (especially empathy and intuition) and a strong dedication to the students‘ professional development are required skills.
Application of potential candidates should include Curriculum Vitae, motivational letter and one recommendation from a previous employer and sent to email@example.com or +251 11 260 094. All documents have to be written in English or officially translated into an English version.
Please send your recent resume within 10 days from the date of advertisement
The PROJECT-E team consists of about twenty students and young professionals living and working all over Europe and North America. Together, they are managing the European organisation, as well as coordinating and discussing the development of the project in weekly calls. Most importantly, they all work voluntarily.
Team Europe supports the PROJECT-E Hospitality Institute in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, where 100 young women from destitute social backgrounds get the yearly chance to pursue a vocational training program in hotel operations. Furthermore, they receive social and financial support. Fourteen local staff members and several international and local volunteers run the project and its daily operations under the supervision of a project manager and a country representative.