|Reference||AWC Teaching Fellow EAP|
|Institution||UCL Institute of Education|
|Job Type||Fixed Term|
Duties and Responsibilities:
Owing to an increase in student numbers, the UCL Institute of Education Academic Writing Centre (AWC) is looking to appoint an additional number of well-qualified and experienced Teaching Fellows in English for Academic Purposes for our 8-week course on the Preparation for Academic Studies in Higher Education (PASHE) programme.
Teaching Fellows provide up to 21 hours of teaching per week, which include classroom teaching and tutorials. They will implement the PASHE syllabus, addressing the Programme Learning Outcomes, to prepare students for postgraduate study on UCL Institute of Education’s masters and doctoral programmes, assessing student progress and attainment, as well as promoting and directing independent learning through one-to-one tutorials and via the course virtual learning environment (Moodle).
8-week course: 6 July – 8 September 2017
The first two days (detailed above) cover a paid induction. Owing to the intense and complex nature of the programme, applicants should be available full time for the entire duration of the course. Contracts are offered on a fixed term basis.
Successful candidates will have TEFL Q status and ideally a master’s degree in Applied Linguistics/TESOL.They will have experience of teaching English for Academic Purposes, preferably in the UK and at postgraduate level, and of providing academic writing and pastoral support to students through tutorials. Successful candidates will have outstanding teaching skills and the ability to work with students, materials and tasks in the field of Education. They will need to communicate effectively with students and colleagues in a culturally aware and respectful manner.
Job Salary & Benefits
£37,936 – £41,163 per annum (36.5 hours per week)
A full job description and person specification can be found on the link below:
Please note that teaching materials are provided, adequate time during the paid working week is allowed for preparation and marking and a weekly teacher development programme is included.
To apply for the vacancy, applicants should email email@example.com attaching a CV. They should also provide a supporting statement (as an additional attachment or within the email message), of no more than 500 words indicating how their experience, knowledge and qualifications fulfil the person specification
When applying, please use the subject heading AWC Teaching Fellow EAP and ensure that file path attachments (CV and supporting statement) include your surname.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that no on-campus accommodation is provided with these posts.
(Please can the closing date be on-going and interview date TBC)