Aug 27, 2018
Hourly Paid Teacher To promote and deliver quality teaching and effective learning of English and to support the wider aims of British Council and its cultural relations mission. This is an ongoing call for applications. Job Details Location Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Salary ETB 450 per teaching hour Duration Annual commitment Working hours Approximately 12 hours per week Closing date Monday 31 December 2018 Role overview ABOUT US We are looking to expand our capacity by creating a pool of hourly-paid teachers who can be called upon to help us respond to the needs of our ever-increasing portfolio of clients. OUR CLIENTS Our customers are individuals, commercial companies, non-governmental organisations and government ministries in Sudan. We teach General English, Exam preparation and Professional Skills to adults of all levels of proficiency; beginners to advanced. We are also rolling out a young learners' programme working with a partner school. Teaching takes place either in our teaching centre or off-site at clients' premises. The majority of classes take place in the late afternoons and evenings from 16.15 to 20.30 with a small number of classes taking place during the day. OUR METHODOLOGY Our methodology is firmly seated in the Communicative Language Teaching approach with its emphasis on communicative competence. A large portion of class time is devoted to interactive communicative activities and task-based learning. Grammatical awareness is heightened by guided discovery methods where students are led to notice patterns rather than being taught grammatical rules. OUR REWARDS Hourly-paid teachers are paid a generous 450 ETB per hour. This payment includes planning, preparation and assessment duties. Teachers also benefit from access to a huge collection of resources, self-development materials and training opportunities. ABOUT YOU You will be responsible for: planning, preparing and delivering quality English language classes and materials, and providing an environment conducive to communicative learning monitoring and giving feedback on student performance and encouraging student autonomy completing administrative tasks associated with teaching duties and fulfilling the terms of contracts signed with clients. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE You should have: a TEFL qualification e.g. CELTA, Trinity Cert. TESOL, Delta or Trinity Dip. TESOL at least two years' post qualification EFL teaching experience. the right to work in Ethiopia SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE You should have demonstrable skills and knowledge in: classroom management subject knowledge course and lesson planning understanding your learners learning technologies You should also be a highly proficient user of English (e.g. minimum C1 CEFR / Band 8 IELTS) and a competent user of Microsoft Office software and Microsoft Outlook. PERSONAL QUALITIES Making it happen - delivering excellent results, achieving challenging goals and developing yourself Working Together - establishing a genuinely common goal with others NOTES Due to high levels of interest we can only respond to candidates we wish to shortlist and interview. We cannot guarantee being able to offer you any work as availability of work is dependent on demand from our clients. How to apply If you are interested in applying to join our teacher pool, please send a completed application form (please see below) confirming your desire to apply to: email@example.com If we are satisfied with your qualifications and experience: We will call you to the office for an interview and arrange for a lesson observation and feedback. Ask you to teach a lesson which will be observed by two teachers. If we are satisfied with your teaching, we will put you on our list of pool teachers - following satisfactory references and administrative checks. We will contact you when suitable teaching opportunities arise.
British Council Ethiopia Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Part time