The Arts Teacher will be responsible for :
Developing and motivating the students interest in visual art and their ability for creative expression, using a wide variety of skills and techniques.
Helping to develop aesthetic understandings and appreciations and awaken artistic talents in the students
Demonstrating techniques and teaching artistic knowledge and skills, including drawing, painting, collage, crafts etc
Providing individual and small-group instruction to adapt the lessons to the needs of students with different artistic abilities Instructing students in proper care, use and storing of tools and equipment
Planning and presenting art displays and exhibitions designed to exhibit students’ work for the school
The ideal candidate :
Has experience with the IB Diploma and Cambridge Visual Arts teaching or is ready to attend training.
Promotes a strong sense of cultural awareness by developing creative, applicable lessons that integrate the study of real-
world issues and allows students to understand multiple perspectives.
Is a highly professional, reliable and innovative educator; is creative and spontaneous.
Is willing to undertake training programmes to increase her / his skills in the classroom (e.g. researching and seeking visual art IB trainings and workshops)
Is willing to initiate opportunities for students to participate in community art activities such as exhibitions and museums.
Uses IT applications proficiently
Extensively contributes to life at the school, e.g. by offering extracurricular activitiesIs an effective and accurate user of English
Has the relevant permits for working in Cameroon
Shares our excitement of offering high quality international education to African students
Understands that our mission requires us to operate with constraints on resources and salaries
The teacher will be reporting to the Head of School of Enko Bonanjo Campus.
About Enko Education
Students from Sub-Saharan Africa are under-represented in the world’s best universities. In the US, a country hosting 900,000 foreign students, only 31,000 of them come from that region.
In contrast, 100,000 come from India, a country with the same population size and GDP per capita as Sub-Saharan Africa. This discrepancy stems from the inadequacy of traditional secondary school education on the continent and affordability of most international schools.
Enko Education aims to drastically enlarge the access to outstanding international secondary education in Africa, by building one of the largest networks of schools in the region.
We designed an international secondary-school model relying on international curriculum such as IB and Cambridge, significantly more affordable than any other international secondary-school.