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Job Posting: Trinity Language Centre, English for Academic Purposes Instructor

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Trinity Language Center (TLC), Richmond Campus Trinity Western University

Position: EAP Instructor Job Description TLC has an opening for an EAP position starting from Tuesday, Jan.8, 2019. This Academic English Studies (AES) Level-2 (IELTS 4.5) Instructor position involves 4 hours a day in the morning for 5 days a week, with the potential of contract renewal after the 15-week-long Spring Semester in 2019.

Responsibilities:

  •  preparation of classes, activities, and assignments based on curriculum;
  • teaching all classes;
  • designing, setting, and marking quizzes and test papers;
  • filling out progress sheet;
  • participating in staff meetings and school events as required;
  • maintaining regular office hours;
  • giving ongoing and final evaluation of student performance; and
  • being flexible in schedule to accommodate potential evening/weekend classes.

Minimum Qualifications:

The ideal candidate should have

  • A BA in TESOL/TEAL/English/Education/ Linguistics from an English medium university, AND a TESL/TESOL/TEAL certificate from a provincially accredited institution;
  • ONE year of academic English teaching experience in classroom settings;
  • expert fluency in English language (IELTS Band 9 or equivalent). Recommended Qualifications Successful experience in the following areas:
  • Teaching EAP entry to intermediate levels;
  • Evidence of successful materials development and lesson planning in EAP;
  • Experience teaching international students;
  • Strong intercultural communication skills; and
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a team from diverse backgrounds.

 Recommended Qualifications:

Successful experience in the following areas

  • Teaching EAP entry to intermediate levels;
  • Evidence of successful materials development and lesson planning in EAP;
  • Experience  teaching international students;
  • Strong intercultural communication skills; and
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a team from diverse backgrounds.

Compensation: Based on experience.

Application: Please submit a letter of application, resume, and name of two references from people who are familiar with your professional experience to info@twu-tlc.ca with the subject “EAP Instructor Application” by Wednesday, Dec. 5.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or those holding a valid working visa.

We appreciate all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for interview will be contacted.