Posted By: Aasraa Trust

Dehra Dun

Junior Management

Monitoring & Evaluation


Job Description

Job Description: Teaching

LOCATION - Dehradun

Mode - Part time and Full time

Job Overview

We’re looking for The Secondary school teachers(Part time and Full time) who are responsible for providing education to students ranging from 6th to 12th grade. They prepare students for the future by teaching problem solving skills, methods for critical thinking and basic concepts of the required subjects.








Job Responsibilities

• Plan lessons in specific subjects and present them to students using creative teaching techniques in engaging ways daily.

• Assess the weaknesses, strengths and abilities of every student each week and address them appropriately.

• Maintain obvious rules for a disciplined classroom that still allows students to feel comfortable asking questions and brainstorming.

• Adapt lesson plans when class sizes change or students are struggling with a particularly difficult concept.

• Grade students’ assignments and exams

• Communicate with parents about students’ progress

• Work with individual students to challenge them and to improve their abilities

Job Skills & Qualifications

• Proven experience as a teacher

• Excellent communicability and interpersonal skills

• Well-organized and committed

• Creative and energetic

• Strong moral values and discipline

• Knowledge of CPR

• Degree in teaching or in a specialized subject with a certificate in education

Location: Dehradun, Uttarakhand

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Aasraa Trust
  • About Organization:Aasraa Trust was established as a social work trust focusing on education of underprivileged children in 2009, in response to a crisis for intervention for the welfare of children from the riverbed slum under the Bindal bridge. Aasraa then worked with the river bed community to promote the need for education and started an after school project to augment school education. Project Street Smart was started on the pavements of Astley Hall in 2011 with a group of 5 street children. The objective was to keep the children off the streets and provide them with basic literacy through art, craft, music and audio visual medium. Today, Aasraa works towards empowering street and slum children through education, vocational training, nutrition, medical care and providing shelter homes. Our mission is to level the playing field for children who have neither seen books nor stepped into a school. The children we work with come from extremely impoverished backgrounds and are mostly rag pickers, beggar

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