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EFL Teaching Opportunities this summer

Published: 21 Jan, 2020

Oxford Summer Courses

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United Kingdom, Oxford

Job title

EFL Teacher

Job description

We are looking for teachers who love to get involved and create a fun, dynamic and engaging environment for students both inside and outside the classroom. As an English Language Teacher you will prepare and lead language lessons and ‘Active English’ sessions for students aged 9–12 and 13–17, following the syllabus set by the Academic Manager.

As an English Language IELTS Teacher you will prepare and lead fun and engaging exam preparation lessons for students aged 16-17, following the syllabus set by the Academic Manager.


CELTA, Trinity TESOL, or equivalent Level 5 TEFL qualification

Educated to Bachelor’s degree level or above

Dedicated to delivering impactful and engaging lessons and activities

A ‘can-do’ spirit and willingness to get involved in all aspects of the course

Flexible attitude and ability to adapt to different teaching styles

Right to work in the UK (we cannot sponsor work visas)

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