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Thursday, 09 July 2020  
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We are searching for a dynamic and experienced leader to join The World Federation in the role of COO (Chief Operating Officer) to ensure efficient operation of the charity, and to work on synergies with our regional membership to guarantee success on our global objectives. You will report to the Office Bearers / Trustees of the institution.

The role will be based in our Head Office in Stanmore, London, UK. Working hours are 09:00-17:00. In line with the seniority of this role, reasonable overtime and out of hours flexibility may from time to time be required, in accordance with the needs of the charity.

For more information see job description here

Starting January 2018:

Primary Department Positions:

In the Primary Department we are looking for individuals to fill the following roles:

Shadow Primary Coordinator

We are looking for a unique individual with experience and passion in children's Islamic Education to shadow the department coordinator.

In addition we need:

Teachers for Quran x 11 teachers/teaching assistants required

Teachers for Islamic Studies (Dinyat) x 9 teachers/teaching assistants required

Secondary Department Positions:


In the Secondary Department we are looking for individuals to fill the following roles:

Teachers and Teaching Assistants throughout Secondary


If you are interested in any of these roles or want to know more please contact Hasnain Panjwani on 07775439048 for Secondary positions or Shakila Mehgjee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for Primary positions


Other Roles

Special Projects Coordinator

As part of enhancing the student experience, we are looking for a dedicated individual to support part-time in organising competitions and external trips for our students. The person will be responsible for covering all tasks end to end from developing, designing, delivering and evaluating the special projects. It is expected that this role will not require a full-time commitment, but the full delivery of any special project.


Guided Learning Class (Special Needs Department) Positions:

To provide a fair, accessible and good quality learning experience for all our students regardless of their physical or learning needs the GLC department provides a safe and structured environment with experienced staff to assist weekly.  Learning from the same syllabus our GLC students are given the same opportunities as all our other students.

The GLC is currently seeking 3 individuals to volunteer as teachers.  Experience of working with special needs children or young adults is preferred.

Please contact Yasmin Meghjee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information


○ The Madrasah looks after about 290 male and female students of the age of approximately 4 1⁄2 to­ 16 ages.

○ We have over 80 teachers and assistants, as well as a team of about 10 management staff; looking after the different departments: Primary, Secondary and GLC.

○ Volunteers who have first­aid experience / qualifications (or a willingness to be trained) would be very welcomed.


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