EFL Teacher Summer Jobs at WEC


summer EFL teaching jobs at WEC: be part of a great team

We have summer job vacancies for qualified and experienced EFL teachers to join our team for the first part or all of the summer of 2019. We are looking for teachers who enjoy working with teenagers and are keen to provide interesting and motivating lessons which students love to attend.

We have a very supportive team of teachers who enjoy sharing their ideas and materials and we provide regular short workshops for teachers who want to further their skills.

Lessons are held on weekday mornings between 09:00 and 12.30 with breaks totalling 30 minutes each day.

Classes have a maximum of 15 students. Our students come from all over the world, although most are from Europe and China.

Each course has a syllabus. The lesson content depends on the level of the class, but most lessons include grammar, writing, reading, speaking and listening skills, as well as vocabulary-building. Project work is also included.

We have vacancies for teaching only as well as for teachers who wish to accompany the students on some of their afternoon, evening or weekend activities. Teachers who wish to do this extra work can choose between 5 and 17.5 hours per week.

 

Requirements
  • a CELTA or recognised equivalent and a degree
  • experience of teaching English to foreign students of this age range
  • a sound knowledge of grammar and the ability to teach it in an interesting way
  • contact details of two recent, professional referees

Please see the Person Specification for more details.

 

Dates

Our 2019 season runs from 30th June to 10th August and we have vacancies for the whole and part of this period.

There is an induction weekend immediately prior to the starting date.

 

Remuneration

Rates of pay are between £267.50 and £452.50 per week plus holiday pay and depend on the type of contract i.e. teaching only or teaching and activity leading.

Self-catering accommodation is provided with one of our homestays for any members of staff who are not local.

 

Applications

To apply for a teaching position, please

 

Please note

Weymouth English Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.

  • we follow up references in detail
  • we will ask you to explain any gaps in your CV
  • we have to ask for proof of identity (along with your qualifications)
  • we will ask in reference requests whether there is any reason that you should not be employed in situations where you have responsibility for students under 18
  • a clean certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) will be required
  • All staff are required to sign a Declaration of Suitability to work with under 18s
  • Any candidates with a non EU passport must be able to prove that they have the right to work in the UK

 

  • 15 hours of teaching each week
  • additional optional work available accompanying students on their activities and trips
  • some additional afternoon teaching available
  • a supportive environment within a family-run school
  • workshops on a variety of skills
  • £267.50 to £452.50 per week plus holiday pay depending on the role and number of hours
  • increases available after successful observations
  • self-catering accommodation provided for non-local teachers
  • full induction and ongoing support provided