Closing Date : 2018-06-30
Duty Station : Kathmandu, Nepal
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Organization: Institute of Crisis Management Studies
Country: Nepal
Closing date: 30 Jun 2018

The Institute of Crisis Management Studies

The Institute of Crisis Management Studies (ICMS) is a newly established centre for academia focusing on the management of crisis resulting from both human activity and natural causes. It offers unique, multidisciplinary programs taught in English, providing course guidance by the very best national and international scholars, practitioners and experts currently engaged in the diverse areas pertaining to crisis.

The institute offers two graduate degree programs:

Masters of Crisis Management Studies

Masters of Counselling Psychology

ICMS also offers training, simulation exercises and field visits, not only as part of the curriculum, but as practical exercises for a range of different governmental and non-governmental organizations and initiatives.

The specialized nature of ICMS extends to its purpose built grounds, computer facilities, and online learning experiences to inspire students to advance themselves and their knowledge of subjects. Our dedication to producing crisis managers means a commitment to undertaking and facilitating the very newest research in the subject, as well as providing a forum for policy dialogues and symposiums into current issues relating to crisis. To these ends, the scholarly and practical activities currently being undertaken stand both in the service of the nation and the international community.

Role and Responsibilities

This is a three month internship, commencing as soon as possible.

The candidate will teach academic English to students of both graduate degree programs. While courses and assessment are delivered in English, the candidate will be responsible for furthering student skills and understanding of academic English.

This includes vocabulary, sentence structure, pronunciation, and essay writing.

The candidate is expected to teach English 4 - 6 days a week, for 2 - 3 hours a day. They may also occasionally assist students in editing research documents for publication in the institutes academic journal.

Qualifications and Experience

ICMS is seeking a candidate who has completed undergraduate and Master degrees in any disciplines. Candidates with backgrounds in education or who hold TESOL, TEFL, or CELTA qualifications are preferred.

Previous experience in teaching academic English is preferred but not required.


A monthly living stipend will be provided for the duration of the three month internship.

How to apply:

Please apply by sending an email with attached cover letter and a copy of your CV to

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