Pre-sessional Tutor - Academic Centre for International Students
Academic Centre for International Students, School of Humanities, Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Location: Avenue Campus, Highfield Campus, Boldrewood Campus, Winchester School of Art, Richard Taunton Sixth Form College
Salary: £30,942 to £35,845 Pro rata per annum
Full Time and Part Time, Fixed Term
Closing Date: Wednesday 29 January 2020
Demand the best. From your students – and for yourself.
Listed in the top 1% of universities worldwide, we’ve got a lot to be proud of at the University of Southampton. Our successful Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes programmes are where many international students’ exciting educational journey with us begins, and it is on these programmes that you could join us in a highly fulfilling role.
We have three different tutor roles available: Reading and Writing, Listening and Speaking, or Academic Skills.
With ongoing professional support from our coordinating team, tutors adapt and deliver engaging syllabi, focusing on developing students’ reading and writing/ listening and speaking/ general academic skills, and preparing them for postgraduate study at the University. Maintaining the highest standards, you will set and mark assessments, provide one-on-one tutorials with verbal and written feedback, and upload materials to our University Virtual Learning Environment.
This is an exciting opportunity to put our international community of students on the path to success. You will excel in these roles if you have experience of delivering student-centred EAP/EFL or Academic Skills teaching, supported by a qualification in Language Teaching/ Learning or Education. Excellent interpersonal skills are essential, and you will be a team-player with the ability to thrive under pressure and motivate students. Full Job description/ person specifications for the roles are attached.
Staff benefits include a comprehensive five-day induction, competitive salary, generously subsidised accommodation, access to our desirable pension scheme, plus ‘extras’ such as onsite childcare facilities and subsidised health and fitness facilities. And with a no-nonsense approach to embracing everyone – irrespective of their beliefs, background or lifestyle choices – you will find a genuinely supportive workplace that celebrates difference.
We are recruiting for two separate courses in summer 2020:
Course A: Monday 22 June – Thursday 10 September (including induction)
Course B: Monday 20 July – Thursday 3 September (including induction)
Reading and Writing Tutor roles are available on a full-time basis only (Course A or B). Listening and Speaking Tutor roles are available on a full-time or part-time (0.5 FTE) basis (Course A or B); part-time hours are spread across four days with either a Wednesday or Friday free from teaching. Academic Skills Tutor roles may be available on a full or part-time (0.5FTE) basis (Course A or B).
You must be available to teach for the whole period of the programme for which you are applying. Annual leave is not permitted to be taken during the programme, save for special circumstances approved in advance. Annual leave accrued will be paid at the end of the programme.
Application Procedure: You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. Please answer all questions and ensure that you upload an up to date CV. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please contact Holly (Recruitment Team) at email@example.com. Please note this advert may be closed prior to the published closing date should a satisfactory number of applications be received or if the vacancies are no longer available.