The British Council in Sudan has an exciting & unique opportunity for a qualified Teacher of English. This position is ideal for teachers looking to gain management experience within the teaching space and branch out from a solely teaching role.
The role holder will be based in Khartoum, Sudan.
The post holder will:
Promote and deliver quality teaching and effective learning of English
Support the wider aims of British Council and its cultural relations mission
Support the academic management of Young Learner Programmes at the Sudan Teaching Centre
Young Learner Programme Coordinator
The British Council Sudan is one of the fastest growing Teaching Centres in the British Council network. Since opening in April 2010 it has developed several distinct training areas each designed to assist in the development of this rich and diverse country while enhancing the relationship between the UK and Sudan.
The role holder will plan, prepare and deliver up to 20 hours a week of high quality English language teaching and/or teacher training that meets the needs of different customer groups taking into account individual learning styles and complete teaching related administration to the specified standards and timeframes (Mid-term feedback forms, end of term scorecards, accurate attendance records and work completion logs, full assessment records and standard mid-term and end of term reports).
Monitor progress and provide regular feedback to help manage students’ performance throughout the course, and actively promote learner autonomy.
Develop and maintain professional relationships with key teaching centre contacts - sponsors and parents - in order to act as a liaison between the customer/client, the Customer Service and the Academic Management Team ensuring a high level of customer service.
High proficiency in English i.e. full mastery of English across all 4 skills equivalent to user (CEFR C2) IELTS Band 8/9 in each 4 sections of the academic module
4 years full-time post CELTA teaching experience
Experience of teaching Young Learners at a range of levels
Teaching skills in the following areas:
Course and lesson planning
Understanding your learners
Please refer to the role profile for more information on the role responsibilities/accountabilities and person specification.
Please follow the links for relevant document to support your application:
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Working in Sudan - Benefits and Culture.pdf
Closing date for applications is 3 January 2019 (23:59 UK time)
Note that you should only fill out the application after thoroughly reading through the ROLE PROFILE & GUIDANCE NOTES.
Candidates who do not align their work experience and skills with the Role Profile and Guidance Notes will not be shortlisted.
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