Client Services Officer/English Teacher at Eurocentres Bournemouth
- United Kingdom, Bournemouth
- Eurocentres UK
- Experience: NOT APPLICABLE
- Positions: 1
- Short Term/Summer job
Details of Position
Our mission is to prepare students to study, work and live successfully in a foreign language and culture, contributing towards a better understanding among people everywhere by helping to bridge national, cultural and social barriers.
Eurocentres Bournemouth is an outstanding school in a beautiful location just outside central Bournemouth. Awarded exceptional results in recent British Council and EAQUALS accreditation inspections, the feedback we receive from our students shows that they have a memorable and life-changing experience when they choose to study with us.
We are now seeking to recruit a Client Services Officer/English Teacher to take on an exciting role in this outstanding school.
This is a fixed-term role for 4 months, with flexible hours from 20-40 per week depending on operational requirements. Hours would fall between 08:00-17:30.
The ideal candidate will be a CELTA-qualified English teacher with excellent people skills looking to embrace a varied and challenging role. You must be outgoing and friendly, enjoy a fast-paced work environment and be able to handle pressure. Ideally you will have some administration experience, knowledge of students’ needs and welfare issues, plus an interest in international education
Please, apply by sending your up to date CV and cover letter to Jon Claydon, Head of UK Academic Management.
Qualifications• CELTA-qualified (or equivalent)
• Excellent people skills
• Ability to embrace a varied and challenging role
• Out-going and friendly
Salary and BenefitsClient services work: £10.10/hr; teaching work: £11/hr.
56 Eccleston Square
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- Contact person:
- Jon Clayden, Head of UK Academic Management
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