Trinity Lutheran School Jobs (Feb 2017)

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15 Feb, 2017

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Teaching Jobs in Ghana

Trinity Lutheran School is the latest of first class basic schools run by the Evangelical Lutheran Church Schools (ELCS) in Ghana.

The school is located in Kwadaso Estates, adjacent to the Kwadaso Estate Market, and a few minutes’ drive from the Sofoline Interchange, Santasi Roundabout and Patasi Police Depot.

The school is undoubtedly one of the best and dependable brands schools offering first class basic education in the
Ashanti Region of Ghana. The school which is a member of the privileged platinum league of Basic Schools has won several awards for achieving excellent BECE results. In 2008 and 2009, the school was judged the best in the Ashanti Region. Over the past seven years, Holy Trinity Lutheran Schools has maintained its place among the top 5 schools in the Kumasi Metropolis. It is little wonder that all our BECE candidates get placements in their first choice Senior High Schools all over the country.

Job Description

Job Title:  Information And Communications Technology Teacher – JUNIOR HIGH


A reputable Christian school seeks the services of the following personnel for immediate employment to strengthen its staff.

Job Description 

  • Teach lCT to Junior High pupils to ensure excellent performance in the BECE.
  • To work in partnership with the management to ensure that pupils are abreast of current technological trends and can function effectively in a technological world.

Required Skills or Experience

  • A minimum of a degree in lCT is required.
  • At least 5-10 yearsexperience in ICT teaching

How to Apply

Interested persons are to send their applications and Curriculum Vitae to: [email protected] not later than Friday, 24th February, 2017.

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