EFL Teachers Required in Scotland For Summer Camps

Date posted:2011-01-10 | Writer: St Andrew’s College Language Schools Ltd | Email: [email protected]

St Andrew’s College Language Schools Ltd will run Junior Summer Camps, ages 9 - 18, at Loretto School, Edinburgh, from 10th July – 31st July, UWS, Hamilton from 18th June – 31st July and City of Glasgow College from 19th June to 31st July. We are currently looking to recruit 30 ELT teachers for these dates.

Teachers’ hours are spread over a 20 hour, five-day working week and all full time staff receive weekends off each week. The number of teaching hours will vary according to the needs of the centre, and will normally be between 12-16 hours per week. Teaching admin (e.g. meetings, updating records of work, etc.) and lesson preparation time, is also included within the 20 hours teaching week. Teachers are required to accompany students on one half day excursion during their employment and attend daily briefing meetings as well as partake in the weekly INSET training which is organised by the DOS. There may be the opportunity of overtime at the DOS discretion at some points during the course.

 

Essential Requirements/ Qualifications:

Native or near native level of fluency in English
Degree or equivalent
RSA CELTA or  TESOL Certificate
Flexibility, especially in non-teaching duties, and a team player
Genuine interest in both the teaching and welfare of young students
Enjoy working with young students in out-of-class activities and excursions
Smart and tidy appearance.

SALARY PER WEEK:- £265 + Holiday Pay (5 Days/20 hours)

To apply, please contact us via e-mail at the address given on the job heading.

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