- Assign all dormitory students to on campus work assignments.
- Record daily work attendance, showing tardies and absences.
- Recommend discipline for students not doing assigned work.
- Supervising students participating in on-campus suspension and doing a days work.
- Work with staff work supervisors to best manage the student assigned to work for them.
- Weekly post work attendance, weekend work assignments.
- Contact students parents when students not fulfilling work assignment.
- Administer the summer (June/July) work program
- Other duties as assigned by the principal
- Demonstrates excellent personal work habits
- Experienced a variety of work opportunities throughout high school and university
- Fair, open minded, firm, kind, highly organized, patient
- Excel, Microsoft Word literate
- Bachelors Degree
- Language: English
- Gender: Either
- Marital Status: Single
- Highly developed sense of work ethic
- Age: 22+
Men are expected to dress professionally with pants and a collared shirt each day during school hours. Shorts are acceptable only during recreation or work duties. Western conservative Christian clothing is preferred. Women are expected to dress conservatively and professionally, covering legs and arms at all times. Ankle length skirts or pants are appropriate.
Unacceptable Dress: Men - shirts with controversial writing or pictures. Women - revealing or tight clothing is not allowed. Sleeveless shirts, shorts, and two-piece bathing suits.
Volunteers, if single, will share a room or an efficiency apartment with another volunteer(s). Basic furniture such as a bed and dresser or closet, kitchenette, washing machine, and other necessities are provided by the school. Towels, sheets, and toiletries are the responsibility of the volunteer. Electrical outlets 220V.
Egypt has some amazing places to visit and experience. Cairo is an international hub and the school calendar allows for breaks to explore and travel to other locations. All travel during breaks are at the expense of the volunteer including fees to leave and return.
- Local Travel as it relates to employment
- Monthly Living Allowance - USD $55.00
- Travel to/from Location
Monthly Living Allowance - USD $55.00
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- It is important to be sensitive to and abide by the cultural norms.
- Required Inoculations: Yellow Fever
- Visa Type: Tourist visa bought at the airport for $25.00 USD Depending on your nationality. Check on-line
- The volunteer must bring USD 25.00 in hand for purchasing the Tourism Visa at the airport.
- All Nile Union Academy staff are expected to abide by the AVS guidelines and the NUA Staff Handbook in an effort to model acceptable behavior to the student and community.
Assign all dormitory students to on campus work assignments.
January 2020 - June 2021
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