Native English teachers for Atyrau (Almaty)
The British Council wishes to recruit a number of English teachers for a series of short-term (two-month) assignments to deliver English language training to employees of a major oil company based in Atyrau (western Kazakhstan), as part of a one-year programme from early August Protected content . The programme will be delivered in partnership with a local educational institution where the teachers will be based.
The short-term nature of the assignments is driven by visa limitations. If circumstances change during the course of the programme, the British Council may be in a position to offer a longer assignment, or repeated assignments.
The teaching will be delivered to employees of the oil company over one year, through a mix of general and business / technical English courses arranged according to the learners’ current knowledge and work functions. The employees will include technical and management staff, with a range of English language abilities from beginner upwards, and with a range of required language ability outcomes. The courses will be delivered in short / intensive cycles organised around the employees’ shift-working.
The programme will be managed from the British Council’s office in Almaty, which will provide administrative support to the teachers – necessarily limited, given the distance. The teachers will therefore need to have a degree of self-support and resilience.
For CELTA qualification: salary of £1,100 per month paid into home bank account in relevant currency.
For DELTA qualification: salary of £1,300 per month paid into home bank account in relevant currency.
Closing date for applications: 23:59 UK time 6th July Protected content
Desired Skills and Experience
Minimum criteria: Native-speaker level of English, CELTA or equivalent and 3 years post qualification teachign experience.
We also welcome applications with a undergraduate degree, DELTA, Trinity Diploma in TESOL, or Masters’ level qualification in ELT. Ideally candidates will have company teaching experience.
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