Jobs at British Study Centres
If you would like to work for a dynamic, fast-growing organisation in fantastic locations, we would like to hear from you! To apply for any of the positions, please send a CV with a supporting covering letter.
|Job Title||Details||Salary||Closing Date||Contact|
|Senior Teacher (Temporary), London||See job description||£26,548 p.a.||31 May firstname.lastname@example.org|
|EFL Teacher, London *||See job description||Competitiveemail@example.com|
|EFL Teacher, Brighton||See job description||Competitive||14 June firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Summer EFL Teacher, Oxford||See job description||Competitiveemail@example.com|
* Please note that we do not always have vacancies, but qualified and experienced teachers are always welcome to send in their CVs.
All applicants should note that:
- British Study Centres is committed to valuing diversity. In keeping with our equal opportunities policy, we welcome applicants from all sections of the community.
- All references will be followed up.
- All gaps in CVs must be explained satisfactorily.
- Proof of identity and qualifications will be required.
- Reference requests will ask specifically whether there is any reason that they should not be employed in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18.
- Appropriate Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure may be required prior to confirmation of appointment.
- All employees will be expected to undergo an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check and should be reminded that providing any false information is a criminal offence.
- British Study Centres accepts students under the age of 18. The law classifies these young people as children, as a consequence British Study Centres has implemented a number of safeguarding systems and procedures during the recruitment process, and in general.
- British Study Centres requires all applicants have a general knowledge of Child Protection issues and good practice, particularly relating to professional obligations on safeguarding the welfare of each child (and avoiding guarantees of confidentiality in any disclosure). Also, the ability to create effective rapport and a sound relationship with pupils, earning their respect and trust but maintaining proper professional boundaries (by not deliberately courting popularity or friendship).