TEFL Job in England (2)

Date posted:2015-11-19 | Writer: English Steps | Email: admin@englishsteps.co.uk

English Steps is a small school specialising in 'homestay' English courses for adults. From December 2015 or January 2016 we are looking for a responsible and experienced EFL teacher to live in our house in Leeds, living with students and our activities co-ordinator. It is a large house with all the essentials - wifi, washing machine, dishwasher, tv etc.

GENERAL DUTIES:

10 hours teaching time per week

Eating lunch and dinner with students Monday - Friday

Leading 3 evening activities per week (normally 2 hours, 8-10pm)

Ensuring the smooth running of the house

Maximum class size is 4, and there may also be some 1-1 work.

Lessons take place in the mornings.

In return your accommodation and food will be paid for as well as a salary per week depending on experience.

Weekends are your free time, but as you will be living with other students we expect you to remain professional while in the house.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Accommodation and food will be paid for as well as a salary depending on experience.

Requirements

MUST be sociable and genuinely care about the improvement of our students' English - we are NOT here to only take people's money, we want them to really improve, and enjoy their time here.

Preferably TESOL, TEFL, CELTA or equivalent qualified, native English speakers with experience - all applications will be considered however.

Minimum stay is one month, but we'd prefer someone who could stay for longer. Must be available either from early December 2015 or January 2016

HOW TO APPLY:

Email us at the address given on the job heading with a CV and cover letter.

English Steps

Moor Grange,

Moor Road,

Headingley,

Leeds, LS6 4BJ,

England

Tel: 00447896609104

 

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