JOSE KOLLAMPARAMPIL JOSEPH
8, Ohaupo Rd, Hamilton, New Zealand
Home: 078395436 cell: 0210762249
To attain a challenging Youth Worker position among the youth in a new environment with a goal to inspire them to a meaningful life.
Enthusiastic teacher dedicated to creating an enjoyable, inviting and dynamic learning atmosphere.
A ‘Can do’, attitude while working among the youth.
Quick learner with computers as well as with organizational intricacies.
Sincere and dedicated and positively committed to change the lives for the better.
Good work habits and independence.
A good team worker.
Well-travelled and fluent in English, Hindi and Malayalam.
Patient and dedicated teacher working tirelessly to develop and promote the innate qualities of the youth.
A teacher skilled in motivating and mentoring students and improving their learning skills.
A teacher who adapt to new situations and work environment.
A teacher who is eager to learn new methods of teaching and to meet new groups of students.
Practical experience of living in a multi-cultural society and teaching.
A comparatively wide range of reading in different humanities.
A general awareness about other cultures.
• A good knowledge of English
• Ability to inspire the youth with revealing thoughts
• Good at identifying and correcting the weaknesses of the youth
• Capability to motivate
• Capable of understanding students’ personal problems and empathizing with them
• Able to maintain discipline
• Literacy and numeracy
• Knowledge of computer basics like MS word, Internet usage, etc
• Possess qualities of leadership, decision-making and problem solving skills.
• Possess management skills, organization skills and communicative skills.
Assistant Professor of English, Newman College, Thodupuzha, June 2011- May,2013.
Assistant Professor of English, pavanatma College, Murickassery, 1996-June 2011
Lecturer in English, R.S.Bidkar College, Hinganghat, 1989-1996
Programme coordinator of youth activities in the college during 2004-2008.
Promoted artistic and sports capabilities of the young.
Maintained a healthy atmosphere in the group.
Maintained discipline in the class and in the campus.
Coordinated communication between the students, the Head of the Dept. and the Principal of the college to create an effective and culturally positive learning environment.
Collaborated with the colleagues and Head of the Dept. to meet semester educational goals.
Edited the college newsletter 2012.
Master of Philosophy in English Literature, Amravati University, Amravati, India, 1991.
Master of Arts in English Language and Literature, University of Kerala, Trivandrum, India, 1987.
Research worker on the topic ‘The Voice for the Sabalterns in the Non-Fiction Works of Arundhati Roy’.
Published poems in International Journal of Postcolonial Literature (2011,2012) ; Poet (1990) and World Poetry (1990).
References can be given on request.