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Pre-sessional EAP Teacher

Job Reference : SRF21745
Location : Whiteknights Reading UK
Closing Date : 20/07/2018
Live Date : 14/12/2017
Salary : £33,518 per annum (pro rata). You will also receive 12.07% in lieu of a holiday entitlement.
Employment Type : Sessional
School / Function : International Study & Language Institute
Department :
Hours Per week : 1.00 FTE
Contract Duration : Fixed term

EAP teachers required to teach highly motivated students on summer Pre-sessional English language and study skills courses.  Contact hours on average 19.5 hrs a week with all materials provided.  Employment period includes 4 days briefing, 2 days marking exit tests and final debriefing meeting. Single accommodation in a University hall of residence is available, subsidised by ISLI.  Qualifications (TEFL Diploma or MA TEFL/Applied Linguistics); EAP teaching experience in the UK an advantage.

Please specify on your application form which period(s) you are available.  You must be available to teach for the whole of that period.

PSE 4 13 June – 4 September 2018

PSE 5 27 June – 4 September 2018

PSE 6 18 July – 4 September 2018

You will have:


  • Ability to teach EAP to a range of students with varying English levels (from IELTS 4.5-8.0), of different nationalities, particularly from Asia and the Middle East

  • Relevant EAP experience of preparing students for UK higher education

  • Ability to work within a team; you will also be reliable, flexible, responsible, organised, sensitive and caring

Informal contact details

Alternative informal contact details

Contact role:

Head of EAP

Contact role:

H R Co-ordinator

Contact name:

Sarah Brewer

Contact name:

Hazel Inglese

Contact phone:

0118 378 4289

Contact phone:

0118 378 4427

Contact email:

Contact email:





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