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Employment teaching EFL in Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Date posted:2004-05-14 | Writer: City University | Email: email@example.com
Thank you for your interest in teaching ESL at City University - Slovakia. Below you will find additional details about the position. Please review in detail and email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be considered as part of the application process. Please list your name and 'ESL - Slovakia' in the subject line. The final round of the application process will include a live teaching demonstration. For those candidates who live outside of the Seattle, WA - Vancouver, BC area, a videotaped lesson can substitute.
DATES (approx.): September 15, 2004 - June 15, 2005
REMUNERATION: Round-trip airfare, housing, health insurance, $500 - $700 monthly living stipend (depending on qualifications and experience)
VACATION: 3-week winter break, 2-week spring break
Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia with a population of about 5 00,000, is a fascinating city with a unique mixture of culture and history. Located directly on the Danube River, Bratislava is truly a gateway to Central Europe within easy reach of Vienna, Budapest and Prague. Bratislava's old town has been renovated and is without question one of Europe's most charming and beautiful city centers. An extensive and reliable public transportation system makes getting around all parts of the city quite easy.
You can expect to live a moderate, middle-class lifestyle in Slovakia on the living stipend. Accommodations vary, however most are modest one or two room flats equipped with all necessary accouterments and are located throughout the city.
TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES
Teach a full class load of 20 academic hours (16 classes) per week
Maintain office hours per week (2 hours at an official time, 2 hours by appointment)
Use class time in the most effective manner to develop all students language abilities.
Promote City University and its programs to current and future students.
Consult with the IEP Manager to update syllabi and other course related materials.
Use pedagogy that promotes the learning objectives of the assigned course syllabus.
Create and use classroom materials and lesson plans that follow the syllabus outline.
Respond to student, colleague, and supervisor enquiries in a timely fashion.
Maintain a professional relationship with students and colleagues.
Attend all IEP faculty meetings and/or other meetings as needed.
Create new teaching materials as needed including quizzes and tests
Substitute for absent teachers as needed
Proctor and evaluate placement exams as assigned by the IEP manager
Provide the Help Center consultation as assigned by the IEP manager
Be prepared to teach all levels of grammar, writing, listening/speaking, and reading in the IEP and community classes
Other duties may be assigned