Julia Gabriel Centre International is an internationally renowned communication enrichment centre where we take pride in making learning fun for each child that comes through our doors.
Our centres at Delhi have openings for teachers and teaching support staff
Teaching Support Staff
- Should enjoy working with infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
- Should have good spoken English skills.
- Should have the ability to play a musical instrument (an advantage).
- Should be willing to work 5 days a week including Saturday or Sunday.
Teacher for Pre Nursery/Nursery and Teacher for Early Childhood Parent Toddler Programmes
- Should enjoy working with infants, toddlers and
- Should possess NTT, Montessori Teaching Certificate.
- Should be able to play a musical instrument (an
- Should be willing to work from Monday to Friday.
- Should have experience in handing children and
- Should have excellent spoken English skills.
Teachers for Speech and Drama
- Should have the ability to teach Julia Gabriel’s
Speech & Drama programmes.
- Should have excellent spoken and written English
- Should enjoy working with preschoolers & young
- Should have a certificate/ Diploma in Drama or
Certificate in Speech and Drama (an advantage).
- Should have an Early Childhood qualifications and
experience (an advantage).
- Should have Performance skills.
- Candidates must be flexible and adaptable as they
will be conducting programmes in other schools.
Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
Plot No 003, B- 5& 6, Near Fortis Hospital,
New Delhi- 110 070;
Tel: 91 11 49189900 – 910
|DLF Place, Saket, New Delhi
218- 222, First Floor,
DLF Place, Saket (Mall),
New Delhi-110 017
Tel: +91 11 49802902, 9818885425
Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi
First Floor, 35 North Avenue Road,
Punjabi Bagh (West),
New Delhi-110 026
Tel: 011-43063427, 011-43063436,
What People Say About Us
“I am associated with JGCL New Delhi centre for past two years. The best thing that I like about this place is that all the teachers always have a smile on their face. They all look so content and devoted to what they are doing. You never see any one ever speaking to anybody in a raised voice. I don't think I could have found a more healthier atmosphere for my child.”
— Divya, Mother of Arnav-Tavishi