Great Job For EFL Teacher in North America, USA

Date posted:2011-10-18 | Writer: Aerosim Flight Academy | Email: [email protected]

Aerosim Flight Academy, a professional pilot training school in North America, is currently seeking a motivated English or Foreign Language professional to teach plain English, in an aviation context, to ESL pilot cadets. The candidate will be trained in aviation terminology and procedures prior to classroom placement. This is a full-time position. Candidates should have a minimum of one year's ESL teaching experience, ESP teaching experience preferred. A willingness to continue professional development by participating in ESL and/or aviation-related courses, conferences, workshops, and staff meetings is also expected. 


Required Qualifications * A Bachelor's Degree with TESL/TESOL certification. * A minimum of one year ESL teaching experience, ESP teaching experience preferred. * A willingness to learn about the field of aviation. * A willingness to continue professional development by participating in ESL and/or aviation-related courses, conferences, workshops, and staff meetings. * Ability to work with students of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, or ethnic backgrounds, including those with disabilities, in both small and large group settings. Preferred Qualifications * A Master's Degree in English or Foreign Languages with TESL/TESOL certification. * A minimum of 3 years experience working with ESL learners. * Experience with testing and evaluation procedures. * Experience in the field of aviation.

Job Details: Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  The duties and responsibilities of the Aviation English Instructors include but are not limited to: * Making the Aviation English Language classroom an environment of mutual respect, inclusiveness, and rich cultural diversity. * Applying teaching methods and approaches to address multiple learning styles. * Teaching an Aviation-specific English language to speakers of other languages. * Familiarizing pilot cadets with the ICAO language proficiency requirements. * Regularly using testing and evaluation procedures to diagnose pilot cadets' proficiency levels and needs, while continuously monitoring progress and improvement. * Regularly conferencing with pilot cadets to keep them informed of their individual progress. * Collaborating with flight instructors and other aviation personnel to keep abreast of any problems or special needs of pilot cadets. * Continuing professional development by participating in ESL and/or aviation-related courses, conferences, workshops, and staff meetings.

Minimum Salary: 40,000 Maximum Salary: 50,000 Salary Currency: U.S. Dollar (USD) per year.  
To apply, send a letter of interest, resume, and any inquiries to Aerosim Flight Academy via e-mail to the address given on the job heading, or mail: 2700 Flight Line Avenue Sanford FL, 32773. Please no phone calls.

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.

 

Thanks a lot for the hard work went in to the good preparation of these tenses! I have just realized that i had little knowledge about the tenses after this unit , especially the future perfect and future perfect continuous tense, they confused me a lot , i couldn’t differentiate them, but now i am so happy and i feel confident that i can explain to others clearly. Thank you so much once more!!The subject of the parts of speech unit contents what we use generally when we speak English. These subjects are the basic of the English language.The unit is teaching how making sentence easily. Explanations of the rules of consonant and vowel are useful. I think Gerund and infinitives subjects are the most difficult part of the grammer but in this unit they are explained very clearly and easiliy way.


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