The Translating & Interpreting Service (TIS) is a charity organisation.The aim of the Service is to work towards bridging the language gap between minority communities and health & social care providers.
TIS is accessed by health & social care professionals and directly by the members of the communities. TIS has strong community links.
The organisation is managed and operated by an elected Board of Trustees, a Service Director, Translating & Interpreting Co-ordinator, Administrative Assistants and a pool of sessional Interpreters, Translators and Tutors.
Interested in joining the team?
We are looking for an experienced and motivated tutor who has completed the Adult ESOL Core Curriculum training and either have a teaching qualification related to ESOL or is working towards one. The Tutor should have comprehensive knowledge of the ESOL provision, which involves teaching Literacy/Numeracy at Entry Level 1 to Level 3
- Student Learning
- Curriculum Development
- Pastoral Care
- General Responsibilities
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Excellent Teaching competence in the ESOL curriculum.
- Creative approach to problem solving: proactive & positive.
- Efficient administrator:meets deadlines, completes jobs, works without close supervision.
- Good communicator and team worker.
- Creative approach to planning and implementing enrichment programmes.
- Teaching or training experience in the ESOL curriculum area.
- Liaison with internal/external organisations and departments.
- Tutoring students
- Qualified Teacher (or working towards).
- CELTA/DELTA qualified
- Degree or equivalent professional qualification.
The application form plays a critical part in the selection process, both in deciding whether you will be short-listed or not, and at the interview. It is therefore important that you complete this form as fully and accurately as possible.
Fill in all sections of the form. Make sure it is clear and read it through carefully to check for any mistakes.
Please do not attach CVs or other documents to the form, as these will not be passed to the short-listing panel.
Personal Section - Make sure that you complete this fully using word processor. This section is for monitoring and will not be passed to the short-listing panel.
Education/Qualifications Section - Make sure you give all the information needed, including dates and subjects. Make clear the level of your examinations e.g., GCSE, GCE or A Level etc., and the grades that you obtained. Please include here any special skills training you may have.
Employment Experience Section - Write here the names and addresses of your present and past employers and the dates they employed you. This section should include any part-time or temporary jobs or voluntary work.
Additional Information Section - This is the most important section. You should state why you want to join the Service in this post and why you are a good candidate. Think carefully about why you are suitable for the post and relate your skills, knowledge and experience to the duties of the post as clearly as possible.