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This page was updated 02/14/2017 at 2:20pm Eastern Time.
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ESL Instructor

Purchase College LSCE

Part-time

Purchase, Westchester County, NY

Teach in one or more of the Continuing Education Programs for non-native English speakers:

Explorations in American Life & Language (ELL; deadline: on going) offers a range of courses suitable for non-native adult speakers including au pairs fulfilling their government mandated education requirements.     Some courses may be topic specific and focus on areas of business, psychology, and other disciplines.  Classes meet twice a week on weekday mornings during the academic year, and one summer session (late May – late June).  A few classes may meet once a week or for one weekend only.  

The Summer Intensive English Language Program (IELP; deadline: May 15, 2017 ) is a full-time, intensive, six-week summer program (early July – mid-August; daytime classes) for nonnative English-speaking undergraduate and graduate students conditionally admitted to the college.   Courses are academically focused with emphasis given to writing and oral/aural communication skills.  

Special Program (Deadline: February 15, 2017; early- mid March full day program; several hours/week through late July) for visiting Chinese students.  Courses focused on communicative skills, classroom culture, and additional areas to be determined.

MA in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or related field (Candidates with degrees in other fields, e.g Psychology, Business, Sociology and either training or teaching experience are welcome to apply for the ELL program.)
Minimum of one-year ESL/EFL teaching experience; Teaching experience relevant to preparing ESL students for college level study, EAP, preferred for IELP and Special Program.

Native or near native English language proficiency.
Communicative learner-centered approach,
creativity, and flexibility

Competitive

Please send your cover letter and a CV as a PDF document by email to Judith Lewis, Program Director at Judith.Lewis@purchase.edu      

For further information about the ELL and Summer IELP, visit www.purchase.edu/ell

Judith.Lewis@purchase.edu

05-15-2017

Volunteer ESL Instructor - Williamsburg

JASA

Part-time

Williamsburg Senior Center

Looking to utilize your TESOL skills to give back?

JASA, a non-profit serving seniors is seeking a volunteer ESL Instructor to teach older adults at our Williamsburg Senior Center.

The class meets for approximately one hour once a week on a weekday sometime between 10am-2pm. The class would run for several months. The level ranges from beginner to intermediate and lessons would include reading and conversational skills.

This is a wonderful opportunity to gain experience teaching and provides our seniors with valuable skills!

The instructor must have some experience teaching, preferably to adults. Knowledge of Spanish is helpful, but not required.

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Please contact Ilana Mittleman at volunteer@jasa.org or 212-273-5353 for more information. Our volunteer process includes completing an application, meeting for an orientation and reference checks.

volunteer@jasa.org

02-28-2017


Volunteer ESL Instructor - Coney Island

JASA

Part-time

JASA Scheuer House of Coney Island Senior Center

Looking to utilize your TESOL skills to give back?

JASA, a non-profit serving seniors is seeking a volunteer ESL Instructor to teach older adults at our Scheuer House of Coney Island Senior Center.

The class meets for approximately one hour once a week on a weekday afternoon. The class would run for several months. This beginner class would include lessons on reading and conversational skills.

This is a wonderful opportunity to gain experience teaching and provides our seniors with valuable skills!

The instructor must have some experience teaching, preferably to adults. Knowledge of Russian is helpful, but not required.

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Please contact Ilana Mittleman at volunteer@jasa.org or 212-273-5353 for more information. Our volunteer process includes completing an application, meeting for an orientation and reference checks.

volunteer@jasa.org

03-24-2017




ESOL Teacher

Union-Endicott CSD

Full-time

Endicott, NY

The Union-Endicott CSD is posting for a full-time, probationary ESOL teacher to support our growing ENL program.  This position will become a full-time part of our budget this year and beyond.

Appropriate Initial or Professional Certification.  Students who are finishing programs and have applied for their Initial certification will also be considered.

$45,000 - $51,000

Digitial - we are posted on OLAS and our district's website: http://www.uek12.org/Employment.aspx

ldake@uek12.org

02-21-2017



ESL Instructor

ASA College

Part-time

NY NY / Brooklyn

Due to high enrollment, ASA College is looking for more ESL instructors who are able to teach all levels and all skills of ESL to adult students.
Classes are scheduled in Manhattan and / or Brooklyn.
Classes are scheduled in the morning / afternoon/ evening and weekend.
Prospective instructors are hired for Spring or Summer semesters.

MA in TESOL or Applied Linguistics.
Adult education experience is a +.

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Send your resume, cover letter, and 2 (two) references.

mdragush@asa.edu

03-28-2017

TESOL Adjuncts Spring 2017 (part time, deadline: May 15, 2017)

Due to program growth,  The College of New Rochelle has an urgent need for qualified adjuncts to teach graduate TESOL and Bilingual Education courses for this spring semester and beyond.  Courses are scheduled in the evening and weekends.   There is also an opportunity to join the team of educators involved in the RESET project, which is funded  by a five year, 2.7 million dollar federal National Professional Development Grant designed  to train teachers of English Language Learners.

Master’s required, PhD  preferred.

Please email your CV and letter of interest and inquiries to :   GS@cnr.edu

Position Title:    ESL Instructor (part time, deadline: May 15, 2017)
Organization:    Purchase College LSCE
Location:    Purchase, Westchester County, NY
Description:    Teach in one or more of the Continuing Education Programs for non-native English speakers:

Explorations in American Life & Language (ELL; deadline: on going) offers a range of courses suitable for non-native adult speakers including au pairs fulfilling their government mandated education requirements.     Some courses may be topic specific and focus on areas of business, psychology, and other disciplines.  Classes meet twice a week on weekday mornings during the academic year, and one summer session (late May – late June).  A few classes may meet once a week or for one weekend only. 

The Summer Intensive English Language Program (IELP; deadline: May 15, 2017 ) is a full-time, intensive, six-week summer program (early July – mid-August; daytime classes) for nonnative English-speaking undergraduate and graduate students conditionally admitted to the college.   Courses are academically focused with emphasis given to writing and oral/aural communication skills.  

Special Program (Deadline: February 15, 2017; early- mid March full day program; several hours/week through late July) for visiting Chinese students.  Courses focused on communicative skills, classroom culture, and additional areas to be determined.
Qualifications:    MA in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or related field (Candidates with degrees in other fields, e.g Psychology, Business, Sociology and either training or teaching experience are welcome to apply for the ELL program.)
Minimum of one-year ESL/EFL teaching experience; Teaching experience relevant to preparing ESL students for college level study, EAP, preferred for IELP and Special Program.

Native or near native English language proficiency.
Communicative learner-centered approach,
creativity, and flexibility
Salary range:    Competitive
Application Procedure:    Please send your cover letter and a CV as a PDF document by email to Judith Lewis, Program Director at Judith.Lewis@purchase.edu      

For further information about the ELL and Summer IELP, visit www.purchase.edu/ell
E-mail    Judith.Lewis@purchase.edu

Online ESL Instructors (part-time, deadline: March 1, 2017)

VIPKID is hiring highly proficient English speakers to teach online English classes to Chinese children ages 5-12. Make US $14-$22 per hour with bonuses available for every class. Immediate part-time job openings.  Please apply by March 1, 2017.

WHAT WE DO 
-1-on-1 online full immersion English language and content classes 
-Teach American curriculum, based on the Common Core State Standards
-25-minute highly engaging lessons with PPT's that have been created by VIPKID

WHAT WE REQUIRE 
-High degree of English proficiency 
-Experience teaching children between the ages of 5-12 
-Bachelor's degree in any field 
-Tech Requirements: Desktop or Laptop with Fast Internet connection and audio/video capability

US $14-$22 per hour

Please apply online at the following link:

http://teacher-recruitment.vipkid.com.cn/home.shtml?refereeId=1217054

teachonlineESL@gmail.com



iTutorGroup (part-time, deadline: March 1, 2017)

iTutorGroup is the largest provider of online English language learning to China, Taiwan and Japan. Founded in 1998, the company serves 100,000 active students worldwide, from young children to business professionals.

 

We are currently recruiting experienced, qualified teaching consultants to meet the growing needs of our PreK-12 students.

 

I would like to offer members of NYS TESOL an opportunity to gain real-world experience teaching English to young learners. Your members can teach on their own time, gain experience and supplement their income while fulfilling their passion to educate youth around the world. iTutorGroup will provide all instructors with students and curricula.

 

Requirements include:

 

.       High bandwidth Internet connection, headphones and camera

 

.       Undergraduate degree

 

.       A passion to educate young learners

 

.       TESOL/TEFL or similar certification (or ability to obtain within three months)

 

.       Bilingual teachers are welcome to apply

 

We will provide:

 

.       Students passionate to learn English

 

.       All curricula

 

.       A flexible schedule (tutors can work anytime, from their own home, with no minimum time commitment)

 

.       $10 - $20+ per hour (based on number of students tutored and instructor's rating)

 

You can email me directly at christinaford@itutorgroup.com



ESL Tutors For Summer 2017: Sejours Home Abroad of Paris, France is looking for ESL tutors for their summer programs in the following locations: Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, New York and Philadelphia. Students can stay in the home of the tutor, or tutors may find a safe, responsible homestay in their neighborhood. One French student per homestay, tutors would be required to teach conversational English and pronunciation 3 hours a day, 5 days a week. Pay is $1,000 per week with students staying an average of 2 weeks.

Contact Deborah Kirlin at 740-274-5511 or info@addanaccentamerican.com
An assessment of the candidate’s English language proficiency my be required.

 








SEEKING TESOL Adjuncts Spring 2017 - College of New Rochelle- part-time

 

Due to program growth,  The College of New Rochelle has an urgent need for qualified adjuncts to teach graduate TESOL and Bilingual Education courses for this spring semester and beyond.  Courses are scheduled in the evening s and weekends,  some are offered as  hybrid and online courses .   Also an opportunity to join the team of educators involved in the RESET project, which is funded  by a five year, 2.7 million dollar federal National Professional Development Grant designed  to train teachers of English Language Learners.

Master’s required, PhD   preferred.

Please email your CV and letter of interest and inquiries to :  GS@cnr.edu
 
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ESL Instructor (part time, deadline: Feb 28, 2017)

English Japanese Language Center

Part-time

Scarsdale, Westchester County, NY (walking distance to Scarsdale train station)

We are looking for a qualified teacher who is able to teach all levels and all skills of ESL to children and adult students.
Lessons are scheduled on Tuesday afternoon 2-7pm, Wednesday afternoon 2-7pm, Friday afternoon 3-6pm and Saturday 9am-4pm.
Level ranges are from beginner to intermediate.

BA degree required; MA in TOESOL preferred. Minimum of one-year ESL teaching experience with children and adults. Native English language proficiency. Creativity. Flexibility.

$20~30 per hour; based on experience

Please send your cover letter, resume and 2 (at least) references by email.

ejlc@verizon.net

02-28-2017

Position Title: High School ELL Teacher (full time, deadline: March 1, 2017)

Organization:   Burr and Burton Academy

Part-time or Full time? Full-time

Location:       Manchester, VT

Description:    Burr and Burton Academy seeks a full-time teacher of English Language Learners beginning August 2017 to support students from a variety of cultures in their language development/acquisition. Ideal candidate possesses ELL teaching experience with teenagers, an advanced degree, travel abroad experiences, and a strong command of English grammar.  Additional pluses include: demonstrated sensitivity to cultural norms and differences, experience with admissions, including administration of diagnostic language testing, ability to differentiate instruction, and experience preparing students for the TOEFL exam.

 

 

 

Qualifications: See job description.

Salary range:   based on experience

Application Procedure:  Interested applicants should send letter of interest/personal statement, resume and three references to Robin Urbanski, Assistant to the Headmaster, by March 1st. rurbanski@burrburton.org

E-mail  rurbanski@burrburton.org

Deadline:       03-01-2017

Position Title: Academic Affairs Manager (full time, deadline: Feb 20, 2017)

Organization:   Kings Education

Part-time or Full time? Full-time

Location:       Somerset, NJ

Description:    Kings Education is a specialist, high quality international education group operating in the USA and UK. With locations in Boston, Buffalo, the greater NYC area, Los Angeles, the greater Princeton area and our newest location at Rutgers Preparatory School, we offer our students a comprehensive choice of high quality ESL and pathway courses with an unrivaled range of outcomes.

 

We are currently recruiting for the role of Academic Affairs Manager for our joint program with Rutgers Preparatory School. The Academic Affairs Manager will have direct responsibility for the management of the academic program, instructional staff and resources. In this capacity, the Academic Affairs Manager works with colleagues across Kings departments/locations and host campus departments to develop and ensure the best possible educational outcomes for Kings students, including but not limited to:

 

- Collaborate closely with the host school's academic department to ensure the Kings program meets educational requirements and goals and develop new academic programming when needed.

- Facilitate academic workshops and support services for students.

- Assist in the development of Kings curriculum and support structure.

- Hire, train and manage all Kings teachers and other key academic staff.

- Place students in classes and assist in evaluating student progress towards educational goals.

- Ensure that classes are staffed appropriately, including arranging substitutes when necessary.

- Evaluate teacher performance using various metrics including student surveys, classroom observation and student attendance.

- Coach teachers, both individually and in groups, to ensure quality in the classroom.

- Provide academic support and counseling to students.

- Maintain database for students’ academic progress and prepare and follow up on regular external reports.

- Maintain current training library and inform teachers and staff of all curricular changes.

- Manage relationships with educational partners who provide instructors for specialized courses.

- Incorporate, develop, enhance the use of technology as a defining qualitative element of the program.

- When applicable, work closely with Progression Manager to ensure that students are receiving the academic support and guidance to meet their progression goals.

 

 

Qualifications: Position Requirements and/or Skills Required:

 

- Masters Degree or equivalent

- Prior ESL classroom experience

- Prior experience at the High School level strongly preferred

- Experience managing ESL instructors

- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

- Tact, patience and diplomacy, particularly with non-native English speakers

- Well-developed customer service skills

- Good problem solving and creative thinking skills

- Ability to travel locally and work occasionally during evenings and weekends

- Must be authorized to work in the United States

Salary range:   Commensurate with experience

Application Procedure:  Applicants must submit resume and cover letter detailing interest and fit for the position/organization along with salary requirements to uscareers@kingseducation.com. Only applications addressing all required elements will be considered.

E-mail  uscareers@kingseducation.com

Deadline:       02-20-2017