Member schools can only employ teachers with a specific qualifications and experience profile.
This profile is specific and includes an initial TESOL qualification that is externally validated and moderated by a reputable examination body (typically a university or recognised examination board). It should include a minimum of 6 hours’ supervised, assessed and moderated teaching practice and at least 100 hours of TESOL input (examples are Cambridge CELTA and Trinity CertTESOL).
If you want to teach at an English New Zealand school and have appropriate qualifications and experience, send your CV and referee contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also indicate the city in which you are seeking employment.
Kaplan International English - Auckland
Study Centre and Blended Learning Coordinator
(1) Focus of Position
- To coordinate a team of teachers in ensuring that the Study Centre is user-friendly, well organized, and well stocked with high quality Structured Study Materials.
- To ensure that the Study Centre is actively promoted to students and that the methods and benefits of Structured Study are widely understood within the school.
- To coordinate the administration of the Study Centre to ensure that the facilities are properly maintained and that materials and equipment are available to students at all appropriate times
- To coordinate the administration of the Study Clubs to ensure that the all clubs are well promoted and appropriately staffed
- To liaise with the Director of Studies in managing the budget for resource development, maximising the opportunities for Structured Study
- To keep all departments in the school informed about developments in the Study Centre
- To manage the implementation and growth of blended learning in the school
- To train teachers and ensure understanding and uptake of new technology and the Kaplan online resources
(2) Person Specifications
The following are essential:
- CELTA or equivalent – 3 years EFL teaching experience
- Effective communication skills
- Good organisational skills and time management skills
- Ability to pay careful attention to detail
- Ability to set targets and meet deadlines and to work under pressure
- Ability to work co-operatively as part of a close-knit team
- Neat, tidy personal appearance
- Pleasant, friendly, professional manner
- Excellent computer skills and the ability to learn new systems and train staff on their use
- High level of competence with teaching- technology including but not limited to Interactive Whiteboards
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Applications close Monday 1 October 2018.