Living Learning English
Bristol, United Kingdom
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our organisation heading up the academic management of Living Learning English in the heart of Bristol.
Due to the promotion of the current post-holder to an external role, we are now looking to appoint a new Academic Manager to extend and develop the work that has been done to put in place good policies, practices and systems.
We are looking for an experienced Academic Manager with excellent digital skills who is able to take our course provision and services to our teachers to the next level by developing online teaching & learning resources, managing the provision of online tuition via our new web-based teaching platform and managing the overall academic side of our home tuition courses.
As this is an office-based position there is a significant administrative responsibility in addition to overall responsibility for all academic matters.
This is a key role within the organisation, deputising for the Principal and the post holder will be required to work flexibly within a busy & growing English language teaching organisation.
Full details are available here.
Closing date: 17th August 2017
Interviews: Tuesday 22nd August 2017
St. Giles International
St Giles International, Southampton Row, London, United Kingdom
We are currently looking to recruit a Sales Executive who will be responsible for markets in Asia, helping to manage and drive sales activity across our range of products and schools. The ideal candidate will speak either Japanese or Korean and have a high level of English. They will also have at least 2 years’ experience in Sales, ideally within the language travel industry, along with enthusiasm, a willingness to learn, and excellent customer service skills. Full details of the role can be found here.
This position could be based in Tokyo, Seoul or London, provided the successful candidate has the right to live and work in that location.
For more information, or to apply for a position, please send your CV and a covering letter to Alice Kovarikova (firstname.lastname@example.org). Your cover letter should explain why you are interested in the role and why you think you would be suited to it.
EC English Language Centres
St Julian's, Malta
Director of StudiesEC Malta – St. Julian's, Malta
Application Deadline: 1st August 2017
About EC English Language Centres:
Established in 1991 EC Malta was EC’s first and only school. This small school quickly gained a wonderful reputation and became one of the leading English language schools in Malta. Fast-forward to today we have over 20 schools in five countries on three continents and a fantastic status for delivering English Language courses to Adults and Young Learners globally. This year our 900-plus staff will help over 45,000 students from over 140 countries achieve their goals, access a bigger world and realize their dreams.
The Director of Studies is responsible for all aspects of the academic leadership and management within the school. They are responsible for creating a superior student centric learning experience through the delivery of an Academic product that exceeds the students’ expectations, ensuring that teacher development drives great academic learning.
They are also responsible for ensuring that the academic processes and procedures provide best practice in relation to accrediting/licensing bodies.
Assists the Centre Director with the overall management and leadership of the centre and to meet the centres agreed key performance indicatorsEnsures that all the academic requirements as stipulated by the regulatory bodies as best practice are implemented and maintained in the schoolBuilds a highly engaged, high performing and customer focussed teaching team with an appropriate range of expertise, through efficient recruitment procedures, robust induction and inspiring leadershipWork with the Centre Director and Regional Academic Director to achieve the following academic KPI’s: Classroom averages, Teacher Engagement, Student satisfaction (NPS), Student progress and Teaching delivery costsOrganise student assessment, needs analysis and student academic induction on first day Develops the academic and teaching team through developmental observation personalised development plans, team and individual training. Promotes success through coaching and counselling, and setting performance standards to achieve high performance and meet the teaching standards of the organisation Implements and ensures agreed teacher standards for classroom practice and staff room collaborationEnsures the smooth management of the academic department through effective administrative systems and delegation of administrative tasksCollaborate with other EC schools and share best practiceEnsures that the academic progress and needs of the students are being met, by actively seeking feedback, investigating and solving any problems, counselling students on learning needs and maintaining a balance between company policy and student benefit in decision‐makingBuilds a continuous learning culture for learners and staffParticipates in in‐company and industry events and trainings and promotes and facilitates best practice through active collaboration with other EC schools and departmentsLiaise with the Social Responsibility Manager to ensure that Social Responsibility is incorporated within the centre’s academic programme
Bachelor’s degree plus:
Diploma in EFL (Cambridge, Trinity or equivalent) / DELTA
A Masters in Education
Experience of managing a teamWorking in a multi‐cultural environment
Teacher training experienceExperience of working with a budget
We love what we doWe go the extra mileWe have a can-do mind-setWe deliver what we promise
Job Specific Competencies:
Integrating InformationManaging ProjectsDeveloping OthersCollaboratingBeing Resilient
Good Hope Studies Cape Town
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
We require a CELTA qualification or equivalent.You need to be a South African citizen, or to already have the legal right to work here.
The following will all be advantages:
Significant experience in teaching English as a foreign language to adults, especially where this experience is with institutions that have strong professional development programmes and high quality standards.A or B grades on CELTA.Delta Modules passed.An Honours or Master's degree in a relevant field such as a foreign language; a Master's degree in another field.Evidence of ongoing commitment to professional growth (e.g. whether you attended or led workshops or were observed regularly).
What we offer:
A friendly, professional and organised work environment.The opportunity to work at a language school that meets stringent EAQUALS quality standards, and that is committed to teaching excellence and good client care.A strong professional development programme, including, at times, Delta preparation courses.The opportunity to join a team of motivated professionals, who are committed to their professional growth, and a significant proportion of whom are fully Delta qualified.
In your CV or covering letter please mention:
Your qualifications and the grades you achieved.Details of your previous experience in teaching English as a foreign language. Please give a rough indication of how much experience you have with each of the following:- Adults- Children- Different Levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2)- Different types of classes (General English, English for Work, Exam Preparation, Academic English, etc.)Any relevant short courses you've done, such as courses in teaching English for Work, in teaching Young Learners, or in Language Awareness.Which languages you speak and to what level.