ELTS General Summer Tutor

Swansea University

Salary: Grade 7 £32,411 – £36,333 per annum together with USS pension benefits

Hours of work: Full time position

Contract: 8-week temporary contract (3rd July to 25th August 2023)

Location: This position may be based on Bay or Park Campus as required

At ELTS we pride ourselves on our professional, high quality English language training, and offer a variety of EFL, EAP and ESP programmes, as well as CELTA teacher training courses and SWELT (Swansea English Language Test) assessment. Whilst our primary concern is linguistic development, the pastoral care of our students is always at the centre of what we do, too. An ethos of strong, supportive personal contact runs through all ELTS activities, and we work hard to enable every student to develop and achieve their full potential.

The post requires high quality delivery of teaching and student learning, and a commitment to enhancing the overall student experience.

Liaising with colleagues across the University, you will ensure the highest quality service to students, through the transition of international students into academic departments and strengthening the links between ELTS and the wider university.

For more information regarding English language Training Services please look at our website. www.swan.ac.uk/elts

A satisfactory DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) certificate must be provided before a start date can be confirmed.

Specific duties expected of the English Language Tutor within the Department of English Language Training Services (ELTS);

This post requires a person to be an active part of a dynamic teaching team, develop and deliver an established curriculum and work within both the Academy and the wider University to represent ELTS and strengthen our departmental reputation.

The day-to-day role will include working in a professional teaching team, being actively involved in materials creation and preparation, the updating of existing materials, up to 20 hours per week of course delivery, pastoral care of students, attending trips and social activities on evenings and weekends as required.

All tutors will be expected to adhere to internal policies and procedures as stipulated in the staff handbook.

It is expected that all teaching activities will take place in-person on campus as stipulated by course coordinators and in response to departmental/business needs.

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