|Institution||The University of St Andrews|
|Job Type||Fixed term, full time|
English Language Teaching (ELT) at University of St Andrews is seeking several Temporary English Language Teaching Fellows (Summer/Pre-sessional Programmes) for summer 2019. These roles will run from Monday 24th June until Friday 6th September. There may be some flexibility with the dates – if you are unable to commit to the full period then please state your exact availability in your application.
During the period of employment, the successful candidate will be expected to deliver up to 20 contact hours per week, and to attend teaching-related meetings as required.
Please note that we will only be able to employ candidates who already have the right to work in the UK.
Why work for English Language Teaching (ELT)?
ELT has developed a reputation within the UK and beyond as a centre of excellence for English for Academic Purposes (EAP) teaching. Our dynamic and experienced team are involved in a wide range of teaching activities and we have a strong culture of professional development. Working within this environment will provide an excellent opportunity for the successful candidate to learn from our existing teachers, while also allowing us to learn from you.
Why work at University of St Andrews?
St Andrews is one of the oldest universities in the English-speaking world, and is consistently one of the highest ranked institutions in the UK. The 2018 Guardian University Guide ranked St Andrews within the top three in the UK, and we were awarded UK University of the Year for Student Experience by the 2018 Sunday Times Good University Guide.
University buildings are integrated into a picturesque seaside town that enjoys some of the sunniest weather in Scotland, and that has a vibrant, international atmosphere. As the home of golf, St Andrews attracts many visitors over the summer, and the selection of restaurants, bars, cafes, and cultural activities is unparalleled for a town of its size.
We are seeking applicants with the following qualifications, experience and attributes:
• Educated to degree level
• In possession of a relevant teaching qualification
• Three years of relevant teaching experience
• Willingness to learn and develop
• Ability to work successfully as part of a team
• Master’s degree in a relevant area
• Significant university-level teaching experience
The successful candidate will be paid £37, 345 pro rata. Competitively priced university accommodation is available to rent if required.
To apply for this position, please send your CV and a letter outlining your reasons for applying to Alex Allen, Director of Short Courses (firstname.lastname@example.org). The closing date is Sunday 14th April 2019. Informal enquiries about the position may also be sent by email to the Director of Short Courses.