Teaching at The Language Gallery

About Us:
The Language Gallery (TLG) delivers high quality language courses at a number of locations worldwide. With campuses in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Hannover and Toronto, we pride ourselves on our internationalism and our interactive approach to the learning process.

Job Description:

Professional Expertise:

•  Deliver high quality lecturing and teaching 
•  Assist with inspections and provide student results to management.
•  Maintain and update high quality class materials 
•  Comply with Quality Standards and Processes
•  Follow our syllabus. Prepare and teach classes in the communicative pedagogical style favoured by TLG, as detailed in the teachers’ manual.

•  Complete documentation as required, to a high standard
•  Ensure that all TLG Health & Safety, Conduct and U18s policies are followed.
•  Prepare any outings thoroughly. Ensure outings and trips are linguistically meaningful. 
•  Full preparation for the delivery of the class, should be undertaken prior to delivery
•  Assist the Academic Managers with the student induction when required.

Responsibility, Planning and Organisation
•  Contribute to the support and guidance of new members of staff on standard information and procedures. 
•  Ensure Marking and Second-Marking is completed within the timeframes set.
•  Maintain use of TLG online as homework or in class
•  Attend meetings as arranged by the Academic Managers.
•  Consideration and respect of other colleagues and school property is upheld at all times.

Quality Assurance & Service Provision

•  Uses self-assessment tools provided to reflect on own performance 
•  Remains up to date with own CPD and attends in-house CDP
•  Agrees to scheduled and spot observations

•  A degree
•  At least 2 years’ experience
•  DELTA or Trinity Dip (or working towards)
•  Relevant MA

•  Excellent communication and inter-personal skills 
•  Solid IT skills
•  Good classroom management skills 
•  Ability to communicate ideas clearly and simply to a variety of groups at a variety of levels.  


•  Excellent and relevant subject knowledge, communicative teaching methodologies and CEFR.
•  Clear understanding of cross-cultural issues that may affect classroom interaction.

Should you fit the criteria, please contact one of the following:
London, Manchester & Dublin – Lea Aylett
Birmingham – Jenifer Langley 
Hannover – Tuncay Yilmaz
Berlin – Ben Isted
Toronto – Lana Khobod

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