Sosian Teaching Job Posting

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See the link below from Facebook...I am in no way affiliated with Sosian or Offbeat...just passing along to someone who may be or who may know someone who is interested.


TEACHING job in Kenya......please share with any lovely potentials you may know!....


The Outram family are looking for a fun, energetic and enthusiastic student teacher to tutor their 5yro son in preparation for prep school next year. The applicant must also be a proficient rider.


We live in a remote part of Kenya, on a cattle and wildlife ranch, with a luxury safari lodge. We are 2 hours from the nearest town. In addition to the 3-4 hours per day of fun learning for our son (which as well as numbers and letters, also includes arts, riding, swimming, catching frogs, making bird traps etc etc), the applicant will also need to help me with a yard of 30 safari horses, used for guests ( On top of this we also need help with keeping our social media and website marketing current and regular.


This is a full time job, to ideally begin in August/September 2016 at the latest. The position will run through until July 2017 . We provide good accommodation (2 bedroom house) and a small monthly salary to cover living costs, plus some. Days off and holiday are also provided with good flexibility.


This position will be a fantastic opportunity for the right person to spend a year in the African bush. Teaching experience is not a necessity as long as you are keen and enthusiastic and wonderful with children! This is priority. Riding experience must be to a level where you can ride any horse well and school youngsters. Marketing experience is simply to be au fait with social media channels and creative with images and short video clips for marketing purposes.


Please contact Charlotte on with a CV and covering letter.

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