Do you sense that God is calling you to work in Chengelo School?
Chengelo is always interested to hear from committed Christian teachers or support staff, from Zambia or overseas, who are prepared to work in a rural school to carry on the vision of the school. At Chengelo you can serve as a:
We often have vacancies and will consider applications from anyone who feels that God is calling them to work here. At the moment we have the following vacancies:
We would welcome applications from Female (as well as Male) individuals for the following posts:
- DEPUTY HEADTEACHER (January 2016)
- HEAD OF LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT/ TEACHER OF ENGLISH (January 2016)
- TEACHER OF ENGLISH (January 2016)
- HEAD OF HUMANITIES DEPARTMENT (January 2016)
- BUSINESS STUDIES TEACHER (September 2015)
We welcome applications from newly qualified or experienced individuals. We are particularly interested in couples who, between them, might be able to fill two of the above vacancies.
If the School wishes to take your application further you will be asked to have an interview. If you live in Zambia you will be invited to the School. For ex-pat staff a former staff member will normally interview you in your country of origin (we have former staff in UK, Holland, Germany, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa).
For overseas candidates, the school can only confirm your appointment after an interview and depending on a successful application to the Immigration Department for a Work Permit. Contracts are for two years in the first instance.
All Staff live on site in two or three bedroom houses with single staff sharing accommodation. Staff in charge of pupils’ hostels live in attached 3 bedroom flats with communicating doors to the hostel. At present there are 70+ staff at Chengelo including Administration staff, nurses and GAP student volunteers. To enjoy Chengelo you must be prepared to live and work closely in a small community. As Chengelo is a boarding school there are also activities to organize over weekends. It is not a 9 to 5 job!
Many Staff enjoy the challenge and the rural life that they renew and stay on for a second or third contract.