Addis Ababa Education Bureau Vacancy 2023

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Addis Ababa Education Bureau Vacancy 2023

Notice of Vacancy at the Education Bureau of the Addis Ababa City Administration.

For the 2016–17 academic year, the Addis Ababa City Administration Education Bureau is seeking applicants to fill the following teaching jobs.

The education certificate, a minimum of three (3) months of work experience, and an original temporary copy, together with a student copy created by scanning or snapping a picture, should all be linked to the registration link.
Candidates for a second degree must have completed the training in the curriculum provided for second level teachers by the Ministry of Education.
We won’t accept experience from missionary, parochial, or private schools.
The Ministry of Education’s teacher recruiting rules will be followed by evidence from a private educational school.
The teachers’ promotion ladder states that it is not feasible to be employed after 0 years of work and that instructors who are competing from beginning to teacher level must submit their resignation at the time of employment.
Workplace: Addis Ababa’s first and second level schools, which are divided into eleven sub-cities
The competitors’ service and employment durations need to coincide.
The Addis Ababa City Administration Education Bureau is seeking to fill the 475 open jobs below with qualified candidates.

The position is full-time, and the pay scale is set by the government. Professionals who meet the requirements and are interested may apply online at the address provided in the how to apply section.

✔ Education type:

● Afan Oromo teachers (reservedly for second-level schools; exclusively for second-degree graduates or applied graduates (PGDT) from accredited government higher education institutions) who have advanced from junior to teacher status in their careers

English teachers (only those with a second degree or an applied graduate (PGDT) in education from an accredited government university who have advanced from entry-level student to teacher (only for second level schools))

Mathematics Teacher (Only students with a second degree from accredited government higher education institutions, or students with an applied graduate degree (PGDT) in the area of education, who have advanced from junior to teacher level (only for second level schools))

A teacher of economics (only those with a second degree or an applied graduate (PGDT) in the area of education from an accredited government higher education institution who have advanced from junior to teacher level (only in second level schools))

● ICT Teachers (limited to those with a second degree from accredited government higher education institutions, or those with an applied graduate degree (PGDT) who have advanced to the position of teacher (only for second level schools).

● History teachers (limited to those with a second degree and/or an applied graduate (PGDT) in education from an accredited government university and who have advanced from junior to teacher status (for second level schools only))

● PVA (Arts) for Amharic teachers (only those who have advanced from beginner to teacher level (teaching fifth and eighth grade) and graduated from an approved government higher education institution with a degree diploma or applied graduate degree (PGDT) from an approved government higher education institution)

● PVA (Arts) for Afan Oromo teachers (limited to those who have advanced from beginner to teacher level, teaching fifth and eighth grade) and who have graduated from an approved government higher education institution with a degree diploma or applied graduate degree (PGDT) from an approved government higher education institution)

● CTE (Professional) for Amharic teachers (limited to those who have advanced from beginner to teacher level, teaching fifth and eighth grade) after graduating from an approved government higher education institution with a degree diploma or applied graduate degree (PGDT) in science and related subjects)

● CTE (Professional) for Afan Oromo teachers (limited to those who have advanced from beginner to teacher level, teaching fifth and eighth grade) and who have obtained an applied graduate degree (PGDT) in science and related subjects from an accredited government institution of higher education)

Pre-primary (for Amharic) teachers: only those who have advanced from beginner to teacher level in their careers and received a certificate in pre-primary education from an accredited government higher education institution qualify for this position.

● Pre-primary (for Afan Oromo) teacher (only those who have advanced from starter to teacher status in their profession, having graduated with a certificate in pre-primary education from an accredited government institution of higher education)

● Nanny for Amharic (with a certificate in childcare after completing the 10th and 12th grades at an accredited secondary school)

● Nanny for Afan Oromo, who has a diploma in childcare after completing the 10th and 12th grades at an accredited secondary school.

● Afan Oromo Teacher (Education graduates with a second degree or PGDT from an accredited government university who can instruct in sign language and who have advanced to the professional level of teacher (for first or second level only) in elementary schools)

● English teachers with a second degree in education or a postgraduate graduate degree in teaching from an accredited government university with a sign language proficiency; these teachers can instruct in sign language and have advanced to the teacher level (for first or second level schools).

● A history teacher with a second degree (PGDT) in education from an accredited government university that can instruct in sign language, possess the ability to teach the subject in sign language, and have advanced to the teacher level (for first or second level schools).

● Citizenship teacher (2nd degree or PGDT degree in education from an accredited government higher education institution who has advanced from beginning to teacher alone (for 1st level or Secondary Schools) and who can teach the topic in sign language

A physics instructor with a second degree or PGDT in the topic from an accredited government university who is qualified to teach the subject in sign language and who has advanced from beginning to teacher status (for first or second level schools).

● Agriculture teacher with a second degree or PGDT in education from an accredited government university; must be able to instruct in sign language and teach the subject in sign language; must have advanced from beginner to teacher (for first or second level) schools in their career.

● ICT teachers (2nd degree or PGDT degree in education from an accredited government higher education institution who can instruct in sign language and who have advanced to the teacher level (for 1st or 2nd level schools only))

● Psychology instructor (from an accredited government postsecondary school)

 

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