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Teachers are key roles in BSC's vision of 'delivering outstanding and transformational learning experiences' both in and outside the classroom. This role works closely with the teaching team, the Director and Assistant Director of Studies as well as the college's Student Experience team to ensure students' progress through their chosen course of study and receive the guidance and feedback they need to succeed. There may be occasions where Teachers are asked to undertake other tasks, particularly in quieter periods within the colleges.
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    Brighton permanent staff

    Brighton fixed length contract
    London
    Manchester
    York

If you are interested in this position, please send your CV and covering letter to [email protected]

Working closely with, and supporting, the Head of Business Development to maximise the potential from the designated region. The post holder will need to focus on both retaining and developing existing clients and securing new customers and partnerships for BSC’s different product streams. The successful candidate will be well-versed on the assigned markets and will ideally already hold relationships with key partners in that area.
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The Director of Studies has overall responsibility for the development and provision of the academic programme and the recruitment, supervision and professional development of all academic team members.

As a member of the college’s senior management team, it is expected that in addition to the specified duties, the DoS will also support the Student Experience Manager and Operations Director with the general overall running of the and care of the students and clients that visit. As a part of this support it is also vital to actively foster collaboration amongst the student experience and academic teams. The role’s main purpose is to ensure that academic services provided are of the highest standard and are client focused; effective communication to teams across multiple sites is vital for successful performance in this role.
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If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, covering letter and location to [email protected]

British Study Centres Young Learners

BSC Young Learners run English summer courses in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France and Malta for International students aged 8-17.

There are multiple positions available during June, July and August in various locations.

We have an exciting opportunity at various of our Young Learner centres. The Centre Manager is the key team member at the campus and will be responsible for ensuring the successful running of the designated centre. You will oversee the daily activities and duties at the centre as well as manage the safeguarding and pastoral care of Young Learners and the security, operational and financial matters while overseeing the resources.
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If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, covering letter and preferred location to [email protected]

The Activity Manager ensures the smooth running of the social programme at the centre. You will lead and support all Activity Leaders in planning and implementing a fun and safe programme as well as liaising with the Centre Manager to make sure that the programmes are cost-effective too.
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In liaison with the Centre Manager, the Welfare Manager is responsible for the safeguarding and welfare of all students at the designated centre. You will also line manage and support all Welfare Leaders to ensure that students receive appropriate pastoral care and supervision whilst studying on our Young Learners courses. 
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If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, covering letter and preferred location to [email protected]

The Activity Leader plans and delivers a high-quality social programme of activities and excursions to BSC Young Learner students. You will motivate and encourage students to fully participate in the programme and ensure that the safety of students remains paramount at all times. Activity Leader positions are residential at all centres. There are Non-residential Activity Leader positions available at King’s College and Dublin.
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If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, covering letter and preferred location to [email protected]

The Non-Residential Activity Leader is responsible for planning, implementing and delivering a high-quality social programme of activities and excursions to BSC Young Learner students. You will motivate and encourage students to fully participate in the social programme and ensure that the safety of students remains paramount at all times.
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If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, covering letter and preferred location to [email protected]

The Welfare Leader provides pastoral care for every student and supports the Welfare Manager to ensure that all BSC Young Learners safeguarding provisions are followed. You will play an extremely important role in ensuring students experience a safe and enjoyable stay at our centres.
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As an EFL Teacher, you will hold a key role, with responsibility for delivering outstanding lessons to our students as well as completing all necessary academic admin, such as filling in registers, writing reports, and attending academic meetings. All EFL Teachers hold an essential role in delivering our high-quality products in our Young Learner Centres. All EFL teacher positions are non-residential.
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If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, covering letter and preferred location to [email protected]

As a Teacher/Activity Leader you will hold a key role, with responsibility for delivering outstanding lessons to our students and completing all necessary academic admin,  such as filling in registers, writing reports, and attending academic meetings. Additionally, you will supervise activities on a rota basis as well as accompany students on excursions. All Teacher/Activity Leaders hold an essential role in delivering our high-quality products in our Young Learner Centres. All Teacher/Activity Leader positions are residential.
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As Operations Manager - Malta (OMM) you will provide guidance and support to all temporary Centre and Activity Managers working at the BSC Young Learners Malta centre. Working closely with the Young Learners Operations Manager and the wider YL Operations Team, the OMM is to assist with operational planning, operations delivery and operations management of all the BSC Young Learners programmes in Malta.
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If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, covering letter and preferred location to [email protected]

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Please read the following information before applying

Recruitment Process
At British Study Centres we accept students of a variety of ages and backgrounds. We are required and committed to ensuring that we are following guidelines to effectively safeguard them.

Our safer recruitment process will include the following:

- Interview stage
British Study Centres desires applicants to have a general knowledge of safeguarding issues and the ability to create effective rapport with pupils, earning their respect and trust but maintaining proper professional boundaries. Please ensure that you familiarise yourself with our Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk Policy. A safeguarding question will be asked at interview stage.

Some roles at BSC are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore applicants are required to declare any convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings that are not protected (i.e. that are not filtered out) as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013).

We recognise the contribution that ex-offenders can make as employees and volunteers and welcome applications from them. A person’s criminal record will not, in itself, debar that person from being appointed to this post. Any information given will be treated in the strictest confidence. Suitable applicants will not be refused posts because of offences which are not relevant to, and do not place them at or make them a risk in, the role for which they are applying.

It is important that applicants understand that failure to disclose all convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings that are not protected could result in an employment offer being withdrawn, disciplinary proceedings or dismissal.

At interview, candidates will be asked to clarify their employment history. Any gaps of employment must be explained and the reason of ending employment will be questioned.

- Documentation
Qualifications which are required for a role, should be brought to interview so that we can verify the original document.

All candidates must provide proof of eligibility for employment and therefore submit appropriate documentation evidencing their permission to work.

We may request references of employment or otherwise (including current employment) as provided in the application. If applicable references will ask the referee specifically to comment on the applicant’s suitability for working with children. Appointment will be offered subject to satisfactory references, which may involve further references to be sought in addition to the two required.

In providing the information requested during the recruitment process, please note that the Company promotes equality of opportunity and will take action to ensure that no individual suffers discrimination, directly or indirectly, on the grounds of sex, disability, colour, race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, age, nationality, ethnic or national origin.

- Privacy Statement
It is important that the information you provide during the recruitment process is complete and accurate. It may be a criminal offence to attempt to obtain employment by deception, and that any misrepresentation, omission of a material fact or deception will be cause for immediate cancellation of consideration for employment, or for possible dismissal if already employed.