ESL Camp Programme
Their goal is to give students an educational, culturally-enriching, enjoyable and memorable summer experience in a safe and supervised setting.
About the Company:
From the moment the young learners arrive, staff work hard to ensure that they are active, learning and having the educational experience of a lifetime. They attract students from more than 50 different countries from the ages of 8 to 19 and is a highly regarded summer school provider. All staff are considered ambassadors of the Summer School and are challenged, both individually and collectively, to share the organisation’s ethos and actively contribute towards achieving its objectives.
Their goal is to give students an educational, culturally-enriching, enjoyable and memorable summer experience in a safe and supervised setting. They only employ people who are willing to accept this responsibility and have the necessary wide-ranging skills, experience and commitment to help them achieve their goal of being the very best junior course provider.
- This ESL program with over fifty years experience, is looking for qualified teachers and managers to work at their ESL summer camps in California State University Northridge, University of British Columbia in Vancouver, and St Andrews College in Aurora, Ontario.
- Dates from June 24th to August 8th, 2020. Weeks vary from camp to camp.
- Work with students from ages 10-17
- Teaching 20 hours a week with additional hours available as activity leaders.
- Residential and day only teaching positions available. Teaching positions are hourly and Management positions are salaried.
- Management oversee the the running of the camp, health guarding of students, arrivals and departures, manage social program bookings, and finance management.
- Pay/ salary Teaching $18 -$20 hourly; Management $900 – $1100 weekly
- Vacation pay in Canada received at end of term
Teaching staff teach on four or five days per week, and deliver stimulating and exciting lessons based on their bespoke theme-based syllabus. Part of the teacher’s role is to prepare exciting lessons, deliver one to one feedback, and any other relevant student support. Residential teachers and those non-residential teachers wishing to work up to 48 hours per week will additionally work on the social programme and performing pastoral duties.
All staff are responsible for making sure that students are well looked-after throughout their course.
It is vital that staff have a can-do, approachable, positive and friendly attitude to help them appear to glide through their day. Staff will have to be confident leading a group of students and managing their behaviour. There will be last-minute changes to schedules and a variety of issues to resolve in a calm, collaborative and professional manner, while being supported by their managers. Their students enjoy the safety and comfort of a university atmosphere with access to university facilities and excursions to local sites.
- Degree required, BA minimum
- TEFL certificate
- Native level of English is required
- 2 years experience
- Clean criminal record
- Good timekeeping, fun and enthusiastic!
What you need to know:
|Location:||America or Canada|
|Contract Length:||3-5 Week(s)|
|Job Type:||Summer Camp|
|Age Group:||Young Learners, Teenagers|
|School Type:||Language School|
|Pay:||Varies Per Hour|
|Start Date:||24th Jun 2020|
|Application Deadline:||28th Feb 2020|
|TEFL Certificate Hours Required||120+ hours|
|Number of Vacancies||10-15|
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