Residential & Non-Residential Summer School Teachers & Academic Managers
- Deadline: Mon 31 Jul 2023 00:00:00 UTC
- United Kingdom: London, Colchester, Chatham, Brighton, Canterbury, Manchester, Gloucester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Ayr.
- St Andrew's College Language Schools Ltd
- Experience: ENTRY LEVEL
- Number of positions: 50
- Degree Required
- Short Term/Summer job, Residential
Details of Position
St Andrews College Language School teachers are responsible for the planning and teaching of effective EFL classes to 11-18-year-old students.
As an English Language Teacher, you are responsible for planning, preparing, and delivering the St. Andrews College curriculum to a student body diverse in age, culture, language, and ability. Class sizes are a maximum of 15. Students receive around 15 hours of tuition per week and partake in cultural activities and excursions with the activities staff.
Teachers' hours are spread over a 42-hour working week. Student contact hours will, on average, be 36 hours per week. Administration (e.g. meetings, updating records of work, etc.) and lesson preparation time, is included within the 42 hours contract week. The dates, days, and times may vary according to the needs of the campus.
Full lesson plans and materials are provided and have been specifically designed to fit the needs of our students and teachers. Lessons are task-based and communicative and integrate 21st Century skills, such as digital literacy, critical thinking and engagement with real-world issues and affairs.
We are dedicated to the development of our staff and want you to get the most out of your time working with us, so hold regular CPD sessions.
St. Andrews College Language Schools is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All successful candidates are required to provide criminal checks including a valid PVG/Enhanced DBS Certificate and/or overseas police checks.
The Senior Teacher is responsible for assisting the Director of Studies in the implementation and administration of all aspects of the academic programme, including the management of the teaching team and their performance. This is a management position and you should therefore expect a demanding workload.
The role incorporates the following:
Ensuring the safety and welfare of all students at all times.
With the other members of the on-campus management team, ensuring that a high-quality, collegiate programme is delivered, following our guidelines, integrating lessons and activities where possible.
Supporting the Director of Studies in the overall management of the academic programme and teaching team, ensuring it is of the highest standard possible, so students derive the maximum benefit from their course.
Teach lessons as and when required
The Director of Studies
The Director of Studies is responsible for the implementation and administration of all aspects of the academic programme, including the management of the teaching team and their performance. This is a management position and you should therefore expect a demanding workload. We are looking for experienced, flexible and supportive Directors of Studies with good leadership skills, excellent management and interpersonal skills and a high level of computer literacy.
You will lead the academic team's delivery of high-quality, effective and engaging lessons using our bespoke, in-house-developed curriculum. You will be responsible for observing, training and supporting teachers of varying degrees of experience and ensuring the safety and well-being of students and staff.
Awareness of the responsibilities of working with students under 18.
Undergraduate (Level 6) Degree + Cambridge CELTA/Trinity CERT TESOL, or a QTS award if it is primary level, or secondary level English or Foreign Languages.
Knowledge of the use of English and the linguistic systems underlying it.
Excellent communication skills (both written and spoken).
Flexibility, in both teaching and non-teaching duties, and the ability to work well with other colleagues.
Ability to work with IT systems, Google Drive, to maintain records and access resources.
Smart and tidy appearance.
Experience in both the teaching and welfare of students under 18.
Experience of working with multicultural and multilingual groups.
Experience of preparing students for English language exams, namely Trinity GESE.
Salary and Benefits
Director of Studies: - £685
Senior Teacher: - £623 per week
Teacher: - £565 per week
We have centres in
SCOTLAND: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Paisley and Ayr
ENGLAND: London, Chatham Kent, Colchester, Canterbury, Gloucester, Manchester and Brighton
We have 2 - 6 week residential and non-residential TEFL teaching posts available for summer 2023
Visit St Andrew's College Language Schools Ltd website
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