Study Centre: London Graduate School of Business in Tashkent
Study Centre location: Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Job Title: International Relations and EAP Instructor
Hours worked per week: Up to 20
Salary range (including currency): Competitive, based on experience and credentials
Qualifications and Experience
- A relevant academic qualification at UK graduate level (Essential).
In addition (also Essential):
- i. EAP: CELTA/DELTA or other recognized English teaching qualification
- A recognised teaching qualification in relevant subject (Desirable).
- 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.
- The ability to contribute to integrated teaching across the curriculum (Essential).
- An understanding of UK/western higher education and the needs and requirements of international students (Essential).
- Direct experience of further and higher education in an international context (Essential).
- Specific experience of education in Asia / Middle East (Desirable).
- Experience of the development of academic programmes (Desirable).
- Experience of academic assessment and standards, and of quality assurance procedures (Desirable).
- Experience of teaching non-native speakers of English (Desirable).
- An understanding and appreciation of private sector education (Desirable).
- Experience of living and working in foreign countries (Desirable).
- Demonstrable cross-cultural awareness and understanding.
- A commitment to teamwork, to working flexibly and to seeking solutions to problems.
- A record of achievement in teaching.
- Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills including native speaker fluency in English. Numerate and articulate.
- Competence in the effective use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT).
- Proven planning and organisational skills and an ability to take initiative within curriculum and policy objectives.
- The ability to contribute to study programme development.
- The ability to set, review and mark formative and summative assessments in line with a published syllabus.
- A record of attention to detail, thoroughness and fairness.
- The ability to prioritise, meet deadlines, work under pressure and, when necessary, with minimal resources.
- Outward looking and student sympathetic.
- A team worker.
- Flexible with the ability to solve problems, to put in the time necessary to do the job, to take decisions and to accept responsibility.
- A willingness to learn, to improve personal teaching effectiveness and adapt.
- Credibility with colleagues and in the wider international academic community.
- Practical with high integrity, honesty and ethical standards.
- Enthusiastic and committed with stamina and a positive attitude.
How to apply
Please send current CV and education diplomas along with a cover letter to email@example.com.
- Application deadline: Open for applications