Academic English Language Tutor Level 3/4
14 June 2018 23:55
The International Introduction to the Study of Design, Media and Screen (NQF level 3) and Level 4: Cert HE Preparation for Design, Media and Screen are one-year courses that provides a practical and theoretical introduction to the varied disciplines of design, media and screen communication, aimed at international students who want to progress to an undergraduate course at London College of Communication.
Students explore a range of pathways including; graphic design, branding, advertising, journalism, spatial design, public relations, games design, film and photography, underpinned by the study of academic English language. As a 0.4FT Academic English Language Tutor on this course you will work closely with the Course Leaders in enhancing the student experience and contributing to the academic development of this course.
We are looking for an inspirational lecturer with a background in teaching Academic English Language to International students, who is able to appropriately prepare students for undergraduate study at UAL. You will have the expertise, enthusiasm and communication skills to inspire our diverse cohort of students, together with a current and innovative professional practice and/or research profile. A postgraduate qualification is highly desirable as is a teaching qualification. You will have substantial experience of teaching international students and you should be able to demonstrate experience of working with students with a range of incoming IELTS scores, from 4.5 to English speakers. We are particularly interested in candidates who also have specialist knowledge in the area of design, media or screen. We are seeking a team player who is able to work collaboratively with colleagues from other courses in order to develop the subject area. Your talent for developing students’ academic English language skills should be complemented by excellent administrative and organisational skills.
If you have any general queries, you may contact Lesley Wilkins, Staffing Administrator, email@example.com or telephone: 020 7514 7985
Candidates are advised to submit applications early to avoid disappointment as we reserve the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised closing date.
This opportunity is closed to applications.