CAMPUS Education has addressed the needs of both the local and international communities - educating over ten thousand students. At CAMPUS, we offer superior English language education in a friendly and encouraging environment. We are committed to empowering students with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in today's fast-changing job market.
The CAMPUS Education Manhattan/Penn Station branch is currently looking for an experienced and qualified ESL Instructor for its General English Program. The candidate must be responsible and innovative in providing online and/or in-class instruction to a diverse group of students. The goal is to work with students to reach a high level of proficiency in English in a short amount of time.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Deliver curriculum in interactive ways.
- Adhere to the policies set forth in the Faculty Handbook, including professional development requirements.
- Promote, encourage and be an example of the use of the communicative method in ESL instruction.
- Ensure accurate class start/end times.
- Inform ESL Coordinator of classroom and student management issues.
- Prepare effective lesson plans.
- Grade tests.
- Ensure effective application of curriculum/syllabi/materials.
- Complete daily rosters and keep track of student attendance.
- Organize relevant class field trips.
- Perform administrative tasks to ensure program functionality and success.
- Maintain accurate and timely records of student grades and class promotion.
- Keep organized records and maintain an orderly and secure filing system.
- Participate in conducting student surveys.
- Participate in curriculum development activities, as needed, including: accreditation and certification submissions, annual review, academic planning and review, needs analyses, surveys, etc.
- Participate in meetings and/or review of materials.
*Other tasks assigned by the ESL Coordinator and/or Academic Director.
- Bachelor's degree, preferably related to international education, including a certificate in TESOL.
- At least 1 year of teaching English as a Second Language to adults.
- Special consideration is given to prospective instructors with additional experience teaching abroad, ESL program administration, and/or curriculum design.
- Excellent command of the English language, written and oral, and effective interpersonal communication skills, including sensitivity and diplomacy in dealing with people from numerous countries and cultures.
- Possess excellent classroom management strategies.
- Professional demeanor.