Part-time or Full time EFL Teacher
We are looking for a part time EFL teacher. The successful applicant should be highly motivated, proactive, and positive to join our friendly teaching staff. We offer a competitive salary, great opportunities for professional development, and the possibility to work all year round. Salary dependent on experience and qualifications.
To plan and deliver engaging English lessons which benefit learners inside and outside the classroom, using the assigned textbook as the foundation for lesson planning and teaching. To make a positive and professional contribution to the running of the academic programme by approaching each day with a “can-do” attitude.
- To plan lessons well in advance, demonstrating an understanding of the curriculum, objectives and student needs.
- To be punctual to all lessons and meetings (aim to be first and last in class).
- To keep accurate daily records of planning and work done, attendance registers and other associated records.
- To be familiar with the school’s continuous assessment policy, and to prepare, administer and mark oral and written tests as set out by the school’s policy.
- To provide students with written feedback bi-weekly, ensuring all feedback is constructive and beneficial to the students’ progress.
- To set homework on a regular basis (recommended minimum is three times per week) and return it to the students in a timely manner.
- To attend and contribute to staff meetings.
- To take ownership of own professional development, by actively seeking opportunities to better oneself, and by attending and contributing to training sessions.
- To embrace an open-door policy, i.e. to encourage, invite and actively participate in peer observations; to consider and implement peer and DOS feedback into own teaching.
- To assist and guide all new colleagues, as per the school’s open-door policy.
- To take responsibility for the care and maintenance of teaching materials and the neat and tidy appearance of classrooms, staff room, and common areas.
- To assist students with enquiries and requests.
- To highlight to senior management areas of concern, e.g. health and safety matters, issues of student welfare, poor or troublesome student behaviour or attendance, and to assist senior management in resolving these areas of concern.
- To be proactive in the care and welfare of students and where necessary in support of other members of staff.
First Degree or equivalent (Level 6 Qualification)
TEFLI Certificate – Cambridge CELTA or equivalent or TEFLQ Diploma – Cambridge DELTA or equivalent
The school is responsible for all students under the age of 18 and all members of staff have a duty of care to the students at United World School of English.
- Be aware of school safeguarding guidelines and policy. Including designated officers. This now includes recognising vulnerable children and adults who may be susceptible to radicalisation as part of the government PREVENT scheme.
- Create a safe and secure environment.
- Treat all young learners and vulnerable adults equally, with respect and dignity.
- Maintain a safe and appropriate distance. Ensure you can always justify your behaviour.
- Ensure the activities are appropriate for the age, maturity, experience and ability of the individual.