Homeroom Retention Teacher
This position is responsible for providing homeroom retention support sessions for children in order to mitigate public schools dropout. The retention support sessions will be conducted in the afternoon at a school in Burj Abi Haidar. This is a part-time job and will be reporting to the Education Coordinator.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
Prepare lesson plans on daily basis
Offer homeroom retention support to children at risk of public school dropout in 4 main subjects of Math, English, Arabic, and Sciences.
Tutoring assigned students in academic subjects and study skills, in study groups.
Creating, researching and obtaining curriculum and tutorial tools that suit the needs of students
Maintaining records on each student who is being tutored in close collaboration with education coordinator
Writing and submitting evaluations (placement tests) and other reports as requested, following up with each student’s progress
Helping students develop self-confidence in performing academic work
Follow up on children's attendance through conducting phone calls, household visits if needed.
Participate in meetings, trainings and workshops
Report all issues faced in the canter to the Education assistant.
Internal: Students, Teachers, Education Coordinator
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Bi-lingual fluency in Arabic and English is a must
Any additional language a plus
Minimum of 2 years of teaching experience with preference in Non formal education
Good standing knowledge of the Lebanese Public School system and curriculums
Previous NGO teaching experience
Demonstrate professionalism, commitment, integrity, strength of character and perseverance
Inter-culturally aware with well-developed interpersonal skills
Inspire trust and confidence in students and colleagues
Show a strong work ethic
Patient, tactful and sense of humour to work with young students
Able to work as part of a team while using initiative within work requirements
Committed to ensuring high standards of teaching
Respect and apply Borderless, child safeguarding policy