Full Time TEFL Position in Dubai

Date posted:2017-10-11 | Writer: Jumeira University | Email: [email protected]

Jumeira University, a private University in Dubai, is welcoming applications from qualified, professional, career-driven male teachers to fill one full time TEFL vacancy. Candidates must be available for an imminent start.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

•Qualified in TESOL, ELT, EFL, ESL, applied linguistics or a closely related field. Master degree is preferred.

•Committeemen to students, the profession and to a learner-centered and teaching philosophy espoused by the University.

•Flexibility in order to adapt to an experiential, content- and task-based approach to teaching.

•Teaching experience no less than 2 years.

•ESL teaching certification (CELTA, TEFL, TESOL etc.)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

•Familiarity with the CEFR model of language instruction

•Experience with preparing students for the IELTS.

•Teaching experience in university settings.

•Experience in one of the Arabian Gulf countries.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

•21 hours of weekly instruction.

•Following established guidelines governing lesson planning, assessment, and development of tests, assignments, and worksheets.

•Participation in program activities such as orientation and placement testing.

•Administrative duties which include maintaining relevant course and assessment files.

•Participation in meetings.

•Keeping office hours.

BENEFITS:

Salary Package 12,000 – 14,000 plus benefits (annual ticket + health plan) 

TO APPLY:

If you meet our requirements, please send your resume to the email address given on the job heading.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.

 

Conditionals and reported speech is something I have not learned in a long time. Studying up on this was quite a shock to the system. A lot of this content I don't even remember being taught at school. I found this unit to be very helpful, informative and stimulating. Learning new things is always a challenge I relish. This unit has definitely increased my confidence around this topic.As I have said in other unit the parts of speech are something I was never taught in school. Understanding the parts of speech will help me teach better, and continue to help me grow in teaching students with English as a foreign language. While these are important I will find it tough to teach these specific concepts to students and make them interesting. I hope I can figure that out.


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