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  • Vice Principal

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    An outstanding International School in Abuja seeks a dynamic, instructional and transformational leader with a proven record of delivering high quality educational outcomes to serve as Vice Principal of the Secondary School....[...]
    Date Posted: 26 Jul 2016
  • Head of School

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    Job DescriptionAn outstanding International School in Abuja seeks a dynamic, instructional and transformational leader with a proven record of delivering high quality educational outcomes. The successful candidate will be an effective manager and leader with strong comm[...]
    Date Posted: 03 May 2016
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  • About Educators Overseas
  • Educators Overseas is a service that helps teachers and school administrators find jobs in private, K-12 international schools around the world. We specialize in serving teachers who want to teach in exotic, off-the-beaten path locations. At Educators Overseas we are more than just a teacher recruiting company. We are your partner in your life abroad and will be with you every step of the way – from signing the contract and finding out about your new home, to moving abroad and making friends.

    Get ready for the teaching adventure of a lifetime!
    Educators Overseas helps qualified, native English speaking teachers and school administrators from America, Canada, the UK, Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand find outstanding teaching jobs abroad – in both international and ESL schools around the world.

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