Summer Courses onsite at St Clare's Teenager or Adult campuses (aged 14+)
Must have an EFL teaching certificate, right to work in the UK and DBS check.
- Monday 27 June to Friday 13 August 2022 for Summer Courses for Teenagers, with contracts ranging from 3 weeks offered during that period
- Monday 27 June to Friday 26 August 2022 for Summer Courses for Adults, with contracts ranging from 3 weeks offered during that period
- TEFLI (CELTA qualified) from £203.00 to £ 507.50 (plus holiday pay) depending on numbre of lessons per week;- TEFLQ (DELTA qualified) from £233.50 to £583.75 (plus holiday pay) depending on number of lessons per week;
1. To prepare or follow a weekly programme of instruction, according to the academic guidelines for one or more ocourses:
2. To devise and deliver lessons that are appropriate to the level, interests, and needs of the learners in each class, maintaining a suitable balance of instructor input and student involvement.
3. To deliver each class with energy and enthusiasm, aiming high, and providing a learning experience that is both challenging and engaging.
4. To bring creativity and variety to the weekly programme in-line with weekly themes or the course map and in consultation with the Academic Manager and other instructors, using a combination of course book and photocopied materials, appropriate use of audio-visual aids, and incorporating study visits into the afternoon programme where suitable to promote a learning outcome.
5. To contribute specialist skills to the project classes (Active Language Projects of the Interactive English course, study/cultural visits of the Interactive English Closed Groups and Projects/Skills classes of the Intensive English course for example), according to the students' interests and requirements, including: 'top tips' for IELTS or Cambridge exams, Oxford in Literature, pronunciation workshops, learner training activities, reading strategies, global issues debates, etc.
6. To assist with placement testing and student orientation on the first Monday of each onsite course as required.
7. To monitor progress through questionnaires in the first and last week of each course.
8. To attend staff meetings for onsite courses each morning as directed by the Academic Manager, and to participate in instructor development workshops on some Friday afternoons as appropriate for onsite courses.
9. To complete end of course reports and certificates for each student in the main class and present them to students in the leaving ceremonies on Fridays for onsite courses.
10. To be actively involved in the provision of 'duty of care', including completing risk assessments for study visits, monitoring student behaviour around the campus, encouraging integration in and out of the classroom as appropriate etc.
11. To actively promote St Clare's Courses inside and outside of the classroom. This includes seeking opportunities to take photographs of students in academic settings, where appropriate and share them with marketing, and recommend other courses.
12. In the event that any onsite courses are cancelled, deliver the course online where necessary.
13. To perform other duties as reasonably required to ensure an educational and enjoyable experience for the students (including participation in activities sessions, for which supplementary payments are payable, observations, and inspections).
- a free lunch is provided in the college dining room;- heavily subsidized accommodation with full-board is often available.
Job Types: Temporary, Contract
Salary: £203.00-£583.75 per week