Language Teaching Associate in Italian

Bristol (City Centre), City of Bristol (GB
£32,548 -£36,613 Per annum
21 Aug 2018
End of advertisement period
19 Sep 2018
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Location: Bristol, UK

The University of Bristol seeks to appoint a Language Teaching Associate in Italian for a fixed term of 11 months from 1 February 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

You will be expected to contribute flexibly across the full range of language teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level. You will also support the language team in Modern Languages in developing the up-to-date teaching methods and materials and disseminating good teaching practice, and will make an administrative contribution to language-related activities, including the Year Abroad.

You will have native or near native competence in Italian and English and both a relevant postgraduate qualification and experience of language teaching, ideally in Higher Education.

Italian Studies is an integral part of a dynamic and forward-looking School of Modern Languages in the Faculty of Arts. Italian language is studied by highly qualified and well-motivated undergraduates either as a mandatory part of a Single Honours degree, as part of a Joint Honours degree in with another modern language or as part of a Joint Honours degree with another subject. Italian language is also is also taught to non-specialists as well as specialists as an option to students from all Faculties of the University.
The selection process will include a presentation and an interview panel in the week commencing 8 October 2018.

The closing date for applications is midnight Wednesday 19 September 2018.

Applications must be made using the University of Bristol’s on-line application system. Informal enquiries may be directed to Mr Andrea Zhok, Language Director for Italian at or Dr Ian Foster, Director of Foreign Language Teaching at

The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.