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ESL INSTRUCTOR POSITION in Iraq

Posted By: American University of Iraq, Sulaimani <[email protected]>
Date: Thursday, 5 September 2019, at 6:44 a.m.

OVERVIEW
The Professional Development Institute (PDI) of the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) is seeking ESL instructors for its English Language programs. PDI provides English language instruction to adult students. The majority of students are professionals enrolled in general ESL classes in the evenings. However, PDI also offers test preparation courses (TOEFL, IELTS), as well as classes specifically tailored to the needs of clients—i.e., conversational, medical, business English, English for Academic Purposes (EAP). In short, PDI functions as a specialized language institute rather than a university preparatory program.

START DATE
We are looking for candidates who are available for the term beginning Oct 27, 2019.

MINIMAL QUALIFICATIONS
• native English speaker (no exceptions here)
• a bachelor’s degree
• CELTA certification
• 2 years’ English language teaching experience

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
• MA/M.Ed in English/Applied Linguistics/TEFL/TESOL
• DELTA, or Trinity Certificate, or equivalent teaching certification (must comprise a minimum of 120 hours coursework and a minimum of 6 hours classroom teaching practice)
• previous Middle East experience or experience working in emergent nations
• experience teaching specialized English courses, such as TOEFL/ IELTS preparation, business English, medical English, academic English

JOB DESCRIPTION
Instructors are responsible for:
• planning, preparing, and delivering lessons effectively
• meeting the curriculum objectives for each course
• developing and using supplemental materials to enhance learning
• preparing and administering weekly assessments
• maintaining attendance and grading records
• attending staff meetings and workshops
• carrying out various other tasks assigned by department head, such as placement testing
• work independently and also as a member of a small team of instructors

DETAILS
• Classroom hours: 20 hours per week; additional work may be available as the opportunity arises
• Working hours: 5 evenings a week (from Saturday to Thursday) 4 hours per night; daytime classes may also be offered
• Holidays: Fridays and Saturdays, all university holidays, one week to ten days off between terms (terms 7 weeks), and a 2-3 week break over Christmas/New Year
• Class Size: 15-20 students
• Contract Type: 1 year with potential for renewal

BENEFITS
• salary paid in US dollars; $30-$35/hour, depending on qualifications and experience
• Employment visa: arranged by the university
• round-trip airfare from country of origin
• comfortable fully furnished accommodation (3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms), single or shared with another expat instructor; utilities paid by employee
• work laptop, mobile phone, and free internet
• transportation to/from the university
• 75% basic health insurance covered by university, and option to participate in the university’s international health insurance program
• Shipping cost reimbursement

TO APPLY
Applicants should submit the following materials via email to [email protected]:
• cover letter
• curriculum vitae or résumé
• copies of highest degree and teaching certificates, plus transcripts.
• a copy of the photo page from a current passport

No telephone calls, please. While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those under consideration will be contacted for a follow-up interview. AUIS is an Affirmative Action / Equal Employment Opportunity employer that believes cultural diversity is essential to education.



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