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Published: 12 Oct, 2018

Link School of English in London

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United Kingdom, London
Full and part time

Job title

English as a Foreign Language Teacher

Job description

Link School of English a growing language school which manages to retain its friendly atmosphere amongst staff and students. We are based in the desirable area of Ealing, west London, and wonderful place for students and staff alike.

We are now recruiting for one part-time and one full-time position.

Ideally, we are looking for teachers who are dedicated to ELT as a profession, and looking to enhance their career in the future. We would like to hear from teachers willing to commit long-term.

• Daytime, evening and weekend sessions available - times and days to discuss
• Each position will require either evening or weekend work as well as weekday daytime
• Part-time: 10 - 25 hours per week, full-time 25 - 40 hours per week, the number of hours is negotiable
• Teaching well motivated adults, maximum 10 students per group, general English, conversation classes and exam preparation

Salary and benefits

• Permanent positions (after a probationary period), self-employed
• Stable, all-year-round work
• Professional development opportunities
• Starting hourly rates: £10 – £16
• We pay on time
• Immediate start


You must be CELTA or certTESOL qualified - online TESOL qualifications are not accepted.

Preferably, you will be educated to at least bachelor’s level.

Reliability and punctuality are essential.

Experience a plus but not a must, friendly personality more important.

How to apply

Please send your CV and cover letter by email. If you are shortlisted for an interview we will contact you by phone.

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