Ukarumpa International School is located in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. The school exists to support the work of SIL (a sister organization of Wycliffe Bible Translators). We educate the children of those who are working to provide God’s Word to the people of Papua New Guinea.
There are approximatel 400 students in the K-12 school. It follows an American curriculum. The campus is a diverse mixture of many ethnic groups.
Elementary Teachers (K - 6)
P. E. Teacher
Foreign Language Teachers
Social Studies Teacher
Practical Art (eg wood shop, metals, cooking)
Religious Studies Teacher
PE and Health Teacher
Music Teachers and Director
English as a second language teacher
Special Education Teacher
Mother-tongue teacher for our Korean students
Mother-tongue teacher for our Dutch students
A desire to serve God through teaching
Home country teaching credentials
At least one year of teaching experience
A high degree of flexibility
Willingness to trust God for financial support (The school pays no salaries.)
We are always eager to hear from qualified, committed teachers who have a heart for God, for children, and for missions. If you feel that God is pulling you in the direction of missions and if you would like to know how you could fit into our school, or if you would just like information about our school, please contact us by sending an email to the Primary or Secondary campus Principal.
For elementary positions please contact
Rachel Stanton, Principal, Ukarumpa International School - Primary Campus
Phone: Use this number then dial the extension when you hear the recording. (675) 537 3544 ext. 4498
Fax: Use this number then dial the extension when you hear the recording. (675) 537 3544 ext. 4618
For secondary positions please contact
Gary Lenn, Principal, Ukarumpa International School - Secondary Campus
Phone: Use this number then dial the extension when you hear the recording. (675) 537 3544 ext. 4575
Fax: Use this number then dial the extension when you hear the recording. (675) 537 3544 ext. 3532
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