Main Responsibilities: - Prepare sushi recipes as per standards - Proper handling of fish and sushi ingredients - Able to roll sushi makis quickly and efficiently - Continuous check on the quality of raw and cooked products - Set up the sushi station for the various meal periods - Maintain high levels of hygiene at all levels in the kitchen - Maintain all kitchen and sushi equipments - Minimize waste of all sushi products
Education Consortium is opening a new Pre-School in Kuwait and looking for an enthusiastic and energetic female principal to join our team in October 2014.
Person Specification: You will work with young learners and need to be able to utilise the latest pedagogy to engage and inspire the students. Applicants must be fluent English speaking graduates, recognised as teachers in the United Kingdom, USA, Canada, South Africa or Australia with a qualification in Early Childhood or Montessori. You should possess excellent computer and administrative skills. A flexible working attitude is essential as are highly developed communication skills (job involves talking to staff, parents and other educational practitioners).
With effective time management, directs and coordinates educational, administrative, and counselling activities of Kindergarten/Primary School(s) by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors. The Principal will also be required to teach classes as necessary. Local law requires this position to be held by a female.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Develops and evaluates educational program to ensure conformance to local and international School Board standards • Develops, coordinates, and implements educational and extracurricular programs through meetings with staff, review of teachers’ activities, and issuance of directives • Confers with teachers, students, and parents concerning educational and behavioural problems in school • Establishes and maintains relationships with community organisations and other schools to coordinate educational services • Requisitions and allocates supplies, equipment, uniforms, furniture, and instructional material as needed • Directs preparation of class schedules, cumulative records, and attendance reports • Walks about school building and property to monitor health, safety, and security; also for parent and public tours • Plans and monitors school budget • Plans and directs building maintenance and school transportation, technology in the learning environment, and school management software • Participates in efforts to drive registrations, marketing, branding, website development, and social media • Participates in staffing and recruitment initiatives • Develops and administers educational programs for students with mental or physical disabilities • Oversees food and ancillary staff
Education and/or Experience: Bachelor's degree or equivalent; or ten to fifteen years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience OR Master’s degree or equivalent; or more than 10 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
Must possess a valid, recognised teaching qualification.
Language Skills Ability to read, analyse, and interpret the most complex documents. Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints. Ability to write speeches and articles using original or innovative techniques or style. Ability to make effective and persuasive speeches and presentations on controversial or complex topics to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors.
Position: Executive Director Period of Performance: January 1, 2015 - March 31, 2016 Level of Effort: Full-time Location: Position could be based in Jordan, Oman, or Morocco
The Middle East and North Africa Network of Water Centers of Excellence (MENA NWC) is an alliance of research and educational centers in the Middle East and North Africa that are working together to (1) address present and future water challenges by creating knowledge and advancing implementation, (2) stimulate economic growth by engaging with businesses and developing products and services, and (3) foster meaningful and sustainable development. MENA NWC is incorporated as a non-profit in Washington, D.C., USA.
The Executive Director is primarily responsible to provide energetic and engaged leadership to MENA NWC. This fledgling entity requires an Executive Director with a dynamic personality, an undisputed technical reputation, extensive international management experience, a keen political sensitivity, proven skills in diplomacy, and an ability to capture the complex vision and mission of the Network quickly and convey it clearly and articulately to a wide and varied audience. The Executive Director serves as a key focal point among the Board of Directors, member Centers, donors and all other stakeholders. He or she must gain and maintain the full confidence of the Board members and will often speak on their behalf, while leading the implementation of their policies and directives, meeting with donors and contributors, and advancing the mission of the Network.
The Executive Director is responsible for the following major tasks:
• Project the Vision of the Network, and constantly review and recalibrate efforts to ensure that the Business Plan’s strategic goals are realized • Work closely with Board of Directors members to develop and maintain a common vision and ensure that they are making their optimal contribution to Network sustainability • Implement Board directives • Hire the Directorate’s technical and management staff, after consultation with the Board of Directors • Direct the members of the Directorate and set targets and deadlines that encourage top performance • Mediate issues or disputes between members, as related to Network activities • Lead fundraising activities by identifying opportunities and actively engaging in negotiations with potential funders • Develop and strengthen working partnerships with governments, the private sector, and the NGO and CSO communities in Network activities and post-research product outreach • Initiate and expand paid membership in the Network • Ensure that high standards for all Directorate products are set and met • Create and maintain a system to review budgets, track expenses, and make payments in a timely fashion that meets international business standards
The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors and closely coordinate activities with the Chief of Party of the Further Advancing the Blue Revolution Initiative (FABRI) project. The Executive Director will assume all facets of MENA NWC management and operations in March 2016, coinciding with the end of the FABRI project in March 2016.