Teacher Vacancies at Malvern House London

Study Centre: Malvern House London
Study Centre location: London, United Kingdom
Available teacher subject areas: Economics, Business, Maths
Salary: £25 – £30 per hour

About Malvern

Malvern International is an international education company with UK-based International Study Centres/Schools located in Brighton, London and Manchester, and at our partner universities, the University of East London and Wrexham Glyndŵr University. For more than 35 years, we have welcomed students from over 120 countries to access study opportunities with us.

Our core purpose is to provide, with our partners, students from around the world with the opportunities to reach their full potential via access to transformational learning, teaching and support, and our mission is to provide international students essential academic and English language skills, cultural experiences and the support they need to thrive in their academic studies, daily life and career development.

The Malvern International group includes:

  • Malvern University Partnerships – high quality on-campus and off-campus university pathway programmes, helping students progress to a range of universities
  • Malvern House Schools – British Council accredited, English UK registered schools providing a range of interactive language programmes
  • Malvern Online Academy – a British Council accredited online English school, offering supported tuition to students from around the world
  • Juniors & Summer Camps – English language learning experiences for juniors, with a range of summer camps and bespoke group programmes offering fully immersive language travel experiences

Within our University Partnerships division, we are proud to be launching the NCUK International Foundation Year at our London centre (200 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9JP) from September 2021.

Qualifications and Experience

Successful candidates will have a minimum of a Master’s degree in a relevant subject, be confident teaching both online and face-to-face, be experienced in teaching international students at these levels and be able to work autonomously.

  1. Undergraduate degree in a related subject, and a relevant academic qualification at UK graduate level (Essential).
  2. Relevant teaching experience (Essential). Normally a minimum of two years. This experience should relate to the delivery of a Western-style syllabus using Western conventions and methodologies. Significant teaching/programme management experience at a reputable university may also be acceptable.
  3. A recognised teaching qualification in relevant subject (Desirable).
  4. The ability to contribute to integrated teaching across the curriculum (Essential).
  5. An understanding of UK/Western higher education and the needs and requirements of international students (Essential).
  6. Direct experience of further and higher education in an international context
  7. Experience of the development of academic programmes (Desirable).
  8. Experience of academic assessment and standards, and of quality assurance procedures (Desirable).
  9. Experience of teaching non-native speakers of English (Desirable).
  10. An understanding and appreciation of private-sector education (Desirable).
  11. Industry experience in working in a related sector (Desirable).
  12. Membership of a professional body (Desirable).

Skills (Essential)

  1. Demonstrable cross-cultural awareness and understanding.
  2. A commitment to teamwork, to working flexibly and to seeking solutions to problems.
  3. A record of achievement in teaching.
  4. Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills including fluency in English. Numerate and articulate.
  5. Competence in the effective use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT).
  6. Proven planning and organisational skills and an ability to take initiative within curriculum and policy objectives.
  7. The ability to contribute to study programme development, and to playing an important part in a central team enabling students’ progress with patience and empathy, managing diverse needs and challenges effectively whilst liaising and communicating effectively with stakeholders and colleagues.
  8. The ability to set, review and mark formative and summative assessments in line with a published syllabus.
  9. A record of attention to detail, thoroughness and fairness, including in administrative duties.
  10. The ability to prioritise, meet deadlines, work under pressure and, when necessary, with minimal resources.


  1. Outward looking and student sympathetic.
  2. A team worker.
  3. Flexible with the ability to solve problems, to put in the time necessary to do the job, to take decisions and to accept responsibility.
  4. A willingness to learn, to improve personal teaching effectiveness and adapt, and the ability to demonstrate best practice.
  5. Credibility with colleagues and in the wider international academic community.
  6. Practical with high integrity, honesty and ethical standards.
  7. Enthusiastic and committed with stamina and a positive attitude.
  8. Commitment to, and understanding of, equal opportunities issues within a diverse international and multicultural environment.
  9. Ability to communicate open and honestly about professional relationships and personal development.


As part of our Safeguarding procedures, applicants are asked to note that:

  • references will be followed up;
  • all gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily;
  • proof of identity and (where applicable) copies of qualifications will be required;
  • reference requests will specifically ask whether there is any reason why candidates should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18;
  • appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of appointment.

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.

How to apply

Teaching international students at level 3, a range of opportunities, and hours, are on offer and candidates are asked to indicate their availability throughout the 2021/22 academic year on their covering letter accompanying their CV, to be sent to kris.hall@malvernplc.com by Tuesday 31 August 2021. Successful candidates will earn £25 – £30 per hour. Staff will be required to work from Monday 20 September 2021.
Successful candidates will have a minimum of a Master’s degree in a relevant subject, be confident teaching both online and face-to-face, be experienced in teaching international students at these levels and be able to work autonomously.

Key dates

Application Deadline:                      Tuesday 31 August 2021

Expected start date:                       Monday 20 September 2021