We are looking for EFL Teachers to work in our Homestay Centres in the UK – Milton Keynes, Peterborough, Nottingham, Plymouth and Mallow in Ireland.
Tutors must be a resident or live within commutable distance to the Homestay town, as accommodation is not provided. We have two types of posts available; they are: –
Post 1- Full-time Tutor: 15 to 20 hours of teaching a week and supervising afternoon activities and full day excursions.
Post 2- Part-time Tutor: 15 to 20 hours of teaching a week in the mornings only.
Travel expenses for your daily commute (to and from Centre) are not covered.
To teach, usually up to 20 hours per week, except for some courses that may require additional teaching hours. These must be attended punctually and taught for the full number of hours required.
To submit a Course Plan to the Anglophiles Academic Manager prior to the course, in our standard format.
To teach English to a high standard following Anglophiles Academic Language Course Syllabus, after attending a Tutors Briefing Day, before the course starts.
Liaise with other Anglophiles members of staff, including the Local Organisers and Group Leaders on site.
To administer English Language tests, written and oral, on the first day of each course, and adjust students into appropriate classes based on the provisional class lists. This includes an orientation session with students on the first day of each course, supervision of the mid-morning break and, if working full time, the lunch breaks.
To ensure that, in lessons prior to excursions, students are prepared and informed about any such forthcoming excursions.
They must also be presented with a course summary of work covered on the last teaching day.
To maintain proper levels of discipline, safety, and well-being of students in your care. To advise the Anglophiles Head Office if there are any students who misbehave in class, are absent, late attending lessons and of any student welfare concerns e.g., bullying.
General emergencies must be dealt with appropriately.
To complete Daily Report Sheets, End of Course Summary Report, individual Students Reports, Students Register of Attendance and any other Reports required by Anglophiles Academic by the end of the course.
If working on a full-time basis, to accompany and supervise students and participate in all excursions and activities included in the programme and to assist with the supervision of the mid-morning and lunchtime breaks.
All successful candidates must attend a briefing, to be held in London on Saturday 25th June 2022. You will also be required to complete an online Level 1 Safeguarding course, at no cost to yourselves (this takes approx. 30 minutes to complete and pass).
Educated to a bachelors degree level.
Previous Summer School experience is desirable.
Eligible to live and work in the UK.
Spoken native level of English.
Excellent communication skills.
Flexibility and adaptability.
The ability to plan and implement fun, engaging and interactive lessons.
The ability to build rapport quickly.
Enhanced DBS disclosure is essential, dated within the last three months or the willingness to purchase one, if you are not subscribed to the update service, and to do an online Safeguarding Course Level 1.