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Job Opportunities


Job Opportunities

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Job Opportunities


Job Opportunities

 

Feeling the Tug?

At The Esther School, we know how it feels when God calls you "for such a time as this." And we know how it feels when you take that step of faith. Take a look below. God may be calling you to a new chapter.

And remember, "The One who calls you is faithful." - 1 Thes. 5:14

 
 
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Facilities & Site Develpoment Director

As Facilities Director, you'll manage the construction and maintenance of The Esther School campus. In addition, you'll supervise and mentor a team of Zambian workers. 

Do you have skills in construction, maintenance, and managing? As Facilities Director, you will help raise up and maintain The Esther School Campus. In addition, you have the opportunity to come along side and supervise a team of Zambian workers - something that will greatly impact these men and their families.

 

elementary teachers

We're looking for teachers for the 2017-18 school year. Have a passion for teaching, reaching children, and spreading Jesus' love? As a teacher at The Esther School, you'll join our supportive community and dedicated staff in helping children overcome educational boundaries and find their identity in God's Kingdom.

 
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Teaching at The Esther School


Teaching at The Esther School

Teaching at The Esther School


Teaching at The Esther School

Co-teaching Model

Teaching at The Esther School is a partnership. One of the foundational concepts that we put into practice is co-teaching. North American and Zambian teachers are paired together to dually lead the classroom.

We believe that partnering is important. When you partner, it allows you to mutually learn from and empower each other. You’re role as teacher isn’t just about the 24 students in your classroom. It’s about growing and strengthening your co-teacher, who will impact students for years to come.

Co-teaching combines cultures, best teaching practices, and mutual love for the Lord to provide a unified, Kingdom-like classroom where students can learn to their fullest potential and develop servant leadership. And when these students watch their teachers working together, they get a glimpse of what the diverse and beautiful family of God looks like.