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Casual Academic English Teacher
Date 2015-09-17 08:09:06 Location : Oceania
The purpose of this position is to deliver tutorials in the subject Academic English as provided by
UNSW Foundation Studies.
Tutorial groups are typically 18 in size. Marking/evaluation of students’ Writing/Speaking
assignments will be required.
Tutorial classes are typically conducted between the hours of 9am and 5pm.
UNSW GLOBAL PTY LIMITED BACKGROUND
This position is with Foundation Studies, which is a business group managed by UNSW Global.
Established in 1999, UNSW Global is the wholly owned, non-for-profit international education and
consulting company of the University of New South Wales (UNSW).
UNSW Global has two core areas of operation:
education and assessment, and
These activities are managed through three business units:
UNSW Global Education
Educational Assessment Australia
Unisearch, Expert Opinion Services
The units are supported by a Corporate Services unit which delivers financial management, sales
and marketing, governance, human resources and infrastructure and communications technology
services to the various business units under a shared services model. Corporate Services provides
support to the UNSW Global Board and has current responsibility for the managerial oversight of the
UNSW FOUNDATION STUDIES
UNSW Foundation Studies (UFS) is the longest-running and leading pre-university foundation
pathway program in Australia. UFS programs are designed to prepare international students for
undergraduate studies and provide a matriculation qualification for entry to Australian universities.