Closing date for applications: 22th August 2016
We are looking to fill a new post of a permanent English teaching contract to commence on Monday 19th September 2016, or as soon as possible thereafter. This post is a 0.6 permanent contract, based at the International Study Centre on the University of Lincoln campus. There may also be opportunities for hourly paid work for unsuccessful candidates.
Teaching experience at ‘A’ level/ Further Education or in a university environment is essential, as is the ability to teach a variety of abilities.
Applicants should preferably be qualified teachers in their subject along with a CELTA or equivalent certificate for the teaching of Academic English Skills. Experience of teaching students within an international context is highly desirable. Excellent IT and organisational skills are essential.
Key Responsibilities :
- To deliver teaching on International Year One Programmes.
- To deliver the English Module provision of the ISC (AES).
- To assist the Head of English in designing materials for use in the module.
- To provide feedback on the levels of students and develop suitable resources.
- To inform the Head of English of any resource requirements within the ISC.
- To advise the Head of English of any training needs you may have to develop the role.
- To teach a maximum of 15 hours a week and possibly act as a personal tutor.
- To follow the requirements of the teaching role in terms of monitoring student attendance, punctuality and progress, setting and marking assignments and contributing to student reports.
- To provide information to the relevant External Examiner(s) and present results to the MABs (Modular Assessment Board) and PABs (Progression Academic Board).
The ISC is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and the appointment will be subject to receipt of both satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS check.
Applicants should preferably be qualified teachers in their subject or hold a relevant Masters qualification. Experience of teaching students within an international context is highly desirable. Excellent IT and organisational skills are essential.
Qualifications & Training
- Relevant Degree and/or masters
- Experience in delivering English modules
- Knowledge of the needs of International Students
- Teaching Skills at further and higher education level
- Ability to employ a range of teaching skills
- IT skills relevant to the teaching and administration requirements of the post.
- Good communication skills
- Team working skills.
To apply, please send completed Application Form to Vicki Spencer.
Thank you for your interest in Study Group and the University of Lincoln International Study Centre.
Please note this role does not meet the Home Office requirements for sponsorship. Study Group is unable to apply for sponsorship for any applicant not eligible to work in the UK and therefore we cannot progress applications from candidates who require sponsorship under the Points Based Immigration System.