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Casual Teacher - Academic English, Western Sydney University, The College
Date 2017-01-03 19:01:08 Location : Oceania
Location: Quakers Hill, Bankstown & Kingswood Campuses
Status: Casual Eligibility List 2017
The College is a not-for-profit company, wholly-owned by Western Sydney University. We operate across a number of campuses in Greater Western Sydney and provide pathways to University through English Language Programs, University Foundation Studies, Diploma Programs, and continuing professional development programs. The College is a passionate, vibrant workplace dedicated to changing students' lives through education. Like our parent institution, The College is committed to the goal of providing greater equity in, and access to tertiary education. The primary role of the Academic English Teacher is to provide efficient and effective teaching and learning experiences for students.
• As per TEQSA requirements, all Academic Teachers require either undergraduate or postgraduate qualifications in the area of specialisation they are looking to teach in.
• In addition, Foundation unit teachers will require a teaching qualification along with at least two years of relevant teaching experience.
• For teachers applying to teach Academic English, along with a recognised degree (English, Applied Linguistics or equivalent), you will require an appropriate English language teaching qualification e.g. Dip. Ed, TESOL or CELTA, and at least two years' experience teaching English, English as a Second Language or English as a Foreign Language.
Working with Children Check:
As this position is expected to involve direct or unsupervised contact with children, and in accordance with legislative requirements, in order to commence working at The College, it is a requirement to obtain a “NSW Working with Children Check Clearance”. The screening involves checking that you are not a ‘disqualified person’ the meaning of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012. No disqualified person will be retained in or appointed to work in child related employment within The College.
Should you have any questions in relation to this opportunity, please contact
Dr Richard Robinson, on email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications Close: Sunday 8th January 2017