Teacher of English Junior Summer Centre

Galway
Ireland
Teacher of English Junior Summer Centre
Residential position: €350-€400 gross per week; non residential: €18-€20 gross per contact teaching hour and €12 gross per activity/excursion hour, depending on qualifications and experience.
Start Date: 
02/07/2017
Length of Contract: 
4 weeks, possibly extendable to mid August
End Date: 
25/07/2017
No of vacancies: 
8
Job Description: 

This post is open only to those with the right to work in the EU.

 

Programme descriptions:

  1. Junior Vacation - 15 contact hours per week 
  2. Pre University Experience - 22.5 contact hours per week 
  3. Closed group - 15 contact hours per week 

Lessons are based around projects and a course programme.

We're looking for teachers who have experience with YLs, preferably in a summer school, and who are interested in their own professional development. We offer a competitive salary and a good working environment on a beautiful campus.  Some residential positions may be available. 

Teachers have between 15-22.5 contact hours per week and may also be asked to work on afternoon/evening activities and day excursions. 

 

 

Initial EFL Qualification Required: 
CELTA, or
Trinity TESOL, or
IH Certificate, or
CELT and ACELS Prep Cert ELT, or other equivalent qualification may be acceptable
Additional Skills Preferred: 
Has experience in a residential centre; can offer some extra skill such as art, sport, music, dance etc for afternoon activities ; IT skills
Date Posted
Thu, 01/06/2017 - 14:45
Visa Details: 
This post is open only to those with the right to work in the EU.
Holiday Pay Details: 
8% of total salary (included in total salary)
Accommodation Details: 
Some residential positions may be available. Otherwise, positions are non-residential
Other Info:
Some accommodation may be available
Galway has been named the friendliest city in the world and our students would all agree with this nomination! Situated on the spectacular Atlantic coast of Ireland, this small university city has 75,000 inhabitants, of which 20% are students, so there is a great atmosphere in the city all year round. Galway is not only famous for its friendly people, however – there are lots of other attractions, such as the Arts Festival, the Film Fleadh (Festival), the Galway Races and the Oyster Festival. Traditional Irish music can be heard all over town and our students love to listen to the musicians and also practise their Riverdance moves! With the world famous Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands and Connemara on our doorstep, there are a lot of beautiful sights to visit – come and see for yourself!