The Teacher is required to prepare, deliver and reflect on lessons using content in line with methodologies for classroom delivery. The Teacher is expected to follow systems of learner management to ensure a high level of teaching quality and learner satisfaction. They may also have additional responsibilities which relate to the mentoring, coaching or training of other teachers within their school or region. Working Schedule • 40 hours per week inclusive of classroom teaching hours • Classroom teaching up to an average of 30ACH per week during non-peak seasons and 40ACH per week during peak seasons • It is possible to teach more than 30ACH one week and fewer than 30ACH the next week, averaging out over the calendar month • 1ACH = 40 minutes • 5 days per week during non-peak season and up to 6 days per week in peak seasons • Any work carried out beyond the 40 hour working week is subject to overtime remuneration • Teachers may be required to work morning and afternoon shifts in the same day • Teachers can be assigned to any of the centres within the city but are generally based in a single centre • Onsite and offsite duties Job Report and Communication The Teacher reports to the Director of Studies (DoS) and will have strong communication lines with: • Academic Team • Sales Team • Service Team • Centre Director Role Description • Prepare lessons and equipment in advance for all classes follow procedures and policies • Carry out scheduled classes as assigned by the DoS • Begin and end classes on time • Deliver lessons to the highest standards of English Language Teaching • Develop and use appropriate supplementary materials as and when required • Use audio / video materials in classes • Become familiar with and implement the Efekta Course Management Procedures • Substitute for absent colleagues, perhaps at short notice, on or off-site • Inform students of centre aims and objectives • Carry out teaching related responsibilities including but not limited to demonstration classes, Life Clubs, workshops and presentations as required by the DoS • Be familiar with the administrative procedures required by the centre • Meet regularly with the DoS to communicate all relevant information • Maintain student and class records • Administer, grade, correct and record the results of progress reports, tests and assessments for students • Take on administrative work and but not limited to, cataloguing supplementary materials and organizing extra-curricular events, as directed by the DoS or other manager • Become familiar with all courses offered at the centre • Cooperate with the Centre Director and DoS in ensuring constructive communication and efficient centre operations • Attend any and all relevant staff meetings • Be responsible for students’ welfare and progress • Assist DoS with induction of sales, service and academic staff into the centre practices upon request • Assist in the placement testing and interviewing of new students • Assist DoS with development and marketing of courses upon request • Keep the teachers’ room, equipment and resources well-organized and in good condition • Attend centre social events • Attend any and all developmental meeting with DoS and other development manager(s) • Continually strive for self-development • Continually strive to maintain the Core Values
Job Qualities and Qualifications Preferable Qualities • Highly motivated, confident and outgoing • Strong communication and inter-personal skills • Proactive and driven • A team player who is friendly, approachable and supportive • Committed to continuing professional development (both self and staff) • Flexible, able to work under pressure and open to change • Professional, punctual, reliable and of smart appearance • Detail-oriented • Service minded • Computer literate (Proficient in MS Office Package or equivalent) Essential Qualifications • College/University graduate • A recognised TEFL qualification (minimum 120 hours) or equivalent • Evidence of commitment to professional development • Cambridge TKT: Young Learners Preferable Qualifications • Diploma level EFL teaching qualification and/or Masters in TEFL or related subject • Experienced in teaching all age groups offered at Kids and Teens (3 to 18-year-old students)
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