Qatar hires more Jordanian teachers

Qatar hires more Jordanian teachers
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AMMAN — The Ministry of Education and Higher Education in Qatar announced on Sunday a new batch of appointments for teachers from Jordan, Palestine, and Qatar, according to the Acting Assistant Undersecretary for Joint Services Ali Al Buainain, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.اضافة اعلان

Buainain said that in the past few weeks, more than 700 teachers were appointed in various public schools in Qatar. He explained that the ministry recently sent specialized testing committees prepared for this purpose to some Arab countries.

He said in Jordan and Palestine, the ministry contracted teachers who passed the tests and interviews in the requested fields, where there were job vacancies announced on the website of Qatar’s Ministry of Education.

The ministry announced that it wished to hire a number of qualified Qatari teachers, along with teachers from other nationalities to work in various academic disciplines in Qatar’s public schools.

The required disciplines included Arabic and English languages, science, mathematics, physics, social sciences, special education, computer, chemistry, biology, kindergarten, and visual arts.

The ministry stipulated that the teachers applying for jobs should have an experience of at least five years, and with a very good GPA in university, in addition to passing the required tests and subsequent job interviews.

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