The York Catholic District School Board, Continuing Education Department, is recruiting instructors to teach in our Non-Credit Adult ESL Program at locations throughout York Region.
The IELTS Examiner will expertly assess candidates, with the consistency and standards as set out by IELTS, in the speaking module of the IELTS test. The Examiner will be responsible for maintaining the integrity of the test and ensure a fair testing procedure is followed for all candidates in the speaking module.
- Immediately open;
- Teach high school students ESL in China, including writing and speaking;
- Bachelor degree and above, English or linguistic major preferred;
- Nice interpersonal skill;
- Good communication skill;
- Experience preferred
- Police clearance
- Minimum pay hours: 30 every week even though the teacher is sometimes only teaching 10 hours/week;
- Pay rate starts from $26/hour depending the experience;
- A nice 3-bedroom apartment will be provided for accommodation;
- Returning tickets;
- 2 days travel either to Beijing or Shanghai
- 3 months term.
- 2 nice supporting staff
- Leading to possible F/T teaching position after finishing
Instructors bring enthusiasm and varied teaching and assessment approaches to the EAP classroom. Addressing student learning needs and providing sound learning opportunities to a diverse group of students are key skills.
We are seeking EAP Instructors (contract and supplying positions).
About UASK Education
We are looking for a TESL Instructor for the fall and winter term in our TDSB - TESL Training Program.
The Toronto District School Board’s Non-Credit ESL Program, Continuing Education is looking for qualified, experienced instructors to teach in our Adult ESL Program at locations throughout the city. We offer competitive rates. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to become part of one of the largest providers of ESL classes in Canada!
To plan, develop and deliver the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada curriculum (CLB 6 - 8) based on the experience, social context, interests, abilities and life goals of the newcomer learners.
POSITION: Language Assessor, CLARS Language Assessment Services YSD
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full-Time Temporary
LOCATION: Language Assessment Centres – York/Durham/Simcoe
REPORTING TO: Manager, YSD
START DATE: September 4th, 2018
END DATE: January 15th, 2019 (possibility of extension)
ANNUAL SALARY: $53,307 pro-rated
HOURS: 35 hours per week
SCHEDULE: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
We are looking for suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join our team of IELTS Speaking Examiners for contract work in Scarborough, Markham, Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Kitchener and London.
CultureWorks is seeking a skilled and experienced English for Academic Purposes (EAP) teacher for its Toronto campus high school EAP program. This program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop their academic English skills alongside their high school studies in order to be fully prepared for their academic studies at the university level.
ESL teachers play vital roles in China as the demand of English language training increases over time. In Birmy, they teach small classes with 4-12 students on average per session and conduct activities to students from different age levels for the better understanding of western cultures. Lesson planning is fundamental to maintain the high quality of lectures as it requires interesting and sufficient class contents and assistance for students in pronunciation and conversations.
COSTI REQUIRES AN INSTRUCTOR FOR
ENHANCED LANGUAGE TRAINING PROGRAM For
Workplace Communication And Customer Service
AT RICHMOND HILL WELCOME CENTRE
COSTI is a multicultural organization providing social services, settlement,
employment, and language training services. For more information about COSTI,
please visit our website at www.costi.org.
The MELD (McMaster English Language Development) program provides a supportive environment in which international students can succeed. The program is a two-term, full-time intensive bridging program in English language development and acculturation.
ABC Station is a fast-growing English language education center located in the beautiful and historical city of Foshan, southern China. We provide the best-in-class ESL (English as Second Language) courses to students from local kindergartens, elementary schools and secondary schools. Our crew consists of people from different countries with different cultural background while sharing the same vision of making ABC Station a great place to teach, learn and grow in. We are looking for a passionate ESL teacher to join our team starting mid-August with a one-year contract.
St. Stephen's Community House is hiring a part-time LINC Instructor (evenings, 9 hours a week) to plan, develop and deliver the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada curriculum (CLB 6 - 8) based on the experience, social context, interests, abilities and life goals of the newcomer learners.
The Mennonite New Life Centre of Toronto (MNLCT) is a vibrant community centre specializing in settlement services for newcomers to Canada. We offer a wide range of programs to support the successful and meaningful integration of newcomers to all aspects of Canadian life. We have three locations across the city of Toronto where we offer services free of charge.
An opportunity to teach English as a Second Language at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario.
Laurentian University’s Language Institute is seeking TESL Certified instructors to teach in the upcoming fall academic semester.
We are currently looking for qualified ESL instructors who are passionate about teaching young adults English for Academic Preparation. The successful candidate(s) will teach grammar, academic writing, reading, critical thinking skills, listening, speaking and Canadian culture.
Who we are:
Nevy’s Language is an organization aimed at providing occupation-specific language training for newcomers with a collective delivery approach.
We believe in a learner-centred classroom. We are inspired by using the participatory approach, task-based and project-based learning. We strive to encourage learners to take agency over their language learning and meet the language-related challenges in their lives.
The team of which you will be a part: