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Assistant Teaching and Community Project Coordintor

This is a unique opportunity for aspiring teachers and community development workers to gain first hand experience in the running of our Teaching and Community projects in Fiji. The Assistant will assist the Project Manager in coordinating and developing the Frontier Teaching and Community Projects. The successful candidate will offer a valuable service to the local community within which they are working by providing essential skills such as teaching English and other subjects, and managing volunteer placements.

Contract Duration:
An initial 6 month period with the possibility of extension
 
Accommodation:
Basic accommodation and food provided whilst at the field project site
 
Travel: Self-funded
 
Subsistence:
Subsistence contribution of £450 per quarter to be paid by staff member to cover in-country expenses
 
Training:
BTEC assessor training & pre-departure training provided

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country : Fiji

job category : Overseas Positions

job type (s): Teaching & Community Project Coordinator

job area (s) : Teaching / Administration

deadline for applications : No deadline

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"Frontier is staffed by an incredible team which is spread around the world. These are dedicated, talented and passionate people and they do what they do for exactly the right reasons." - David Ramsey, Overseas Operations Manager

 

 

"I’ve learned so much about different cultures, countries, environments and the volunteers themselves.  Frontier has been such an amazing place to work with such fun loving people." - Ashley Earnest, Volunteer Adviser

 

 

"Frontier have made me feel truly involved and valued, and demonstrate unflinching dedication to their projects." - Brittany Murphy, Fiji Project Manager

 

 

"I now feel ready for the next stage of developing my career in conservation. I am lucky enough to be going out to the Frontier marine project in Tanzania as an Assistant Research Officer in April which I am incredibly excited for!" - Eleanor Stewart, Events & Outreach Intern

 

 

"From day one, I felt like I was given a level of real responsibility within the marketing team—manning social media accounts, writing blog articles, interviewing volunteers and negotiating with marketing departments in other organisations to help promote Frontier in the wider world." - Ellie Hughes, Online Journalism Intern

 

 

"The experience is completed by working with some of the most talented, welcoming and fun people you will find, I fell this has set me up well for a career in conservation." - Alex Caldwell, Research & Development Intern