|Institution||University of Sheffield - English Language Teaching Centre (ELTC)|
|Job Type||Full time - fixed term|
Would you like to join one of the biggest and best run pre-sessional courses in the UK? Our programme was commended by BALEAP in Summer 2017 for its excellent organisation and tutor support.
If you have a DELTA or equivalent and minimum of 3 years’ relevant teaching experience, then we want to hear from you. Our programme includes a week long paid induction which will prepare you to deliver our EAP course. You will join a supportive team focussed on preparing students for their university studies. The programme is designed to give students practice in the activities they will undertake at University and they are assessed on their performance on the programme. We employ innovative technological approaches to support learning and teaching. Training and guidance are provided during induction and throughout the programme.
Details about the ELTC can be found at: www.sheffield.ac.uk/eltc
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including free self-catering University accommodation for teachers from outside the area. As a result, many of our summer teachers come back year after year.
Salary Grade 7: £32,236 to £ 35,211 per annum pro rata.
Position on the scale will depend on qualifications and experience.
As we need our teachers throughout the programme, holidays are paid at the end of the contract.
Posts are fixed-term:
17 June 2019 for 11 weeks (1 week induction plus 10 weeks teaching)
15 July 2018 for 7 weeks (1 week induction plus 6 weeks teaching).
Teaching continues until 30 August 2019. Our full time posts include up to 18 hours teaching per week plus marking, preparation and administration. During the Summer School teaching takes place between 09:00 and 18:00.
To apply use the University of Sheffield application procedure at:
Only online applications will be considered. Interviews will take place, via skype or in person, from mid January 2019 until all posts are filled.
Early application is recommended.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Please note a Criminal Records Check (DBS) may be required.