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The Language Gallery Vacancies

Please see vacancies currently available across our UK centres below.

The Academic Student Support Officer will be engaged in performing a clearly defined range of front-facing customer service and administrative tasks alongside teaching responsibilities as required. The role holder will have excellent customer service, as well as teaching skills to enhance the experience of TLG for all students as well as internal and external stakeholders. The post holder provides daily support to the Academic Manager, acts as the Welfare Officer for the centre, and may be responsible for the administrative oversight of a Student Support Officer. The post holder will be responsible for the smooth running of the centre in the Academic Manager’s absence. The post holder will participate in team meetings and any training required and work with a hands-on approach to ensure, together with the Academic Manager, the centre runs smoothly and is fully compliant.

The pillars of TLG are:

  • Student recruitment
  • Student retention
  • Student progression
  • Student and staff satisfaction

and these are reflected in all staff members’ day to day activities.


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • CELTA or equivalent


• DELTA or equivalent
• Enhanced DBS (preferably transferable)
• Safeguarding Level 1+2
• First Aid Cert


  • Experience in customer service / administrative role
  • Teaching experience

Job type: full-time contract

Salary: up to £24,000 pa

For more information and to apply, please contact our Academic Director Lea Aylett at

The Student Support Officer will be engaged in a range of front-facing customer service and administrative tasks. The post holder will work alongside the Academic Manager and other administrative and teaching staff to ensure the smooth operation of the school and the enhancement of the experience for the students.

Job Type: zero hour contract, part time/full time

Location: Birmingham

Salary: £10ph

For more information and to apply, please contact our Academic Director Lea Aylett at

We’re always looking for dedicated and passionate English language teachers for adult students, 16+, (18+ in Nottingham) in accordance with the guidelines set out in our policies and procedures.

By providing high quality language courses to international students in our 3 UK schools, London, Nottingham and Birmingham, our students are able to develop language skills quickly and achieve success in the future. The Language Gallery benefits from being part of Global University Systems; one of the world’s leading private education establishments.

The Role:

We are looking for CELTA or DELTA (or equivalent) teachers, especially those with experience of IELTS, EAP and Pre-Sessional courses, to work in either our Nottingham, Birmingham or London Schools (depending on your location).

The role will be on a 0 hour contract basis working on average between 15-21 hours per week.

Qualifications Required:

  • A degree and a CELTA/Trinity Cert are essential for all teaching positions.
  • Previous applicants are welcome to re-apply.
  • The Language Gallery will be managing your application in accordance with the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 and in line with the Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.

Welfare and Safeguarding

Importantly, The Language Gallery advises that it is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students. Therefore, we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment.

Where relevant, we require applicants to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role. We may include reference checks with past employers. Additionally, an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and overseas criminal records, if appropriate. Please note: 

  • We will follow up on references. We will, specifically, ask reference requests whether there is any reason that applicants should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18.
  • We expect all gaps in CVs to be explained satisfactorily.
  • You will be required to provide proof of identity and proof of qualifications.
  • Finally, appropriate suitability checks will be required prior to confirmation of appointment.

The Language Gallery expects all staff and volunteers to share the Company’s commitment to Equal Opportunities within the workplace.

Job Type: Part-time, 0 hour contract

Location: Birmingham, Nottingham

Salary: £16.00/hour 

For more information and to apply, please contact our Academic Director Lea Aylett at

We are looking for dedicated and passionate Business Development Managers (BDMs) based in Brazil and Colombia to cover South America, in Thailand or South Korea to cover Southeast Asia, and in the UK to cover Europe.

The Role:

Business Development Managers (BDMs) deal mainly with prospective student enrolments via account management functions of educational representatives of the students themselves. These stakeholders are commonly referred to as ‘agents’. Dealing directly with such students is expected once general enquiries or initial applications are made via agents. Direct sales and communication with students/other stakeholders and/or general enquiries is also relevant to the role. When such activities relate to enquiries made via marketing activities (e.g. overseas  fairs, leads generated from general activity, etc.), BDMs are expected to employ their customer relationship skills in much the same way.

Roles at this level are additionally responsible for identifying new business opportunities in existing and new markets. As such, they are responsible for finding ways to exploit new markets and bring in revenue, and/or develop new revenue streams. Business developers engage primarily in sales and marketing activities and should have a solid understanding of industry trends, to inform upon strategic planning and forecasting. They must be able to prioritise the opportunities that are the most likely to generate a profit. The role centrally involves identifying new business opportunities, as well as liaising with high profile clients, and managing both students’ and agents’ expectations in line with deliverables. BDMs are expected to provide ethical guidance to students through the admission (and sales) cycle from initial enquiry to enrolment.


Knowledge of the UK education systems, post-16 education especially


• Takes a consultative sales approach, always aiming for ‘win-win’ outcomes that best benefits the company, student’s interests and other stakeholders
• A general understanding of market trends in education- private and public sectors- and (international) student recruitment
• Confident negotiator and ability to ‘close the deal’
• Strong client management skills
• Analytical and problem solving abilities
• A positive and determined approach to researching and analysing new business opportunities
• Ability to use own initiative and pay close attention to detail
• Excellent organisational and time management skills including ability to cope with competing demands and to prioritise tasks
• Strong communication skills in all forms, including: written, oral, email, telephone, and presentations
• Confident in dealing with various levels of seniority
• Capable of working independently, and having responsibility as an individual
• Exhibit professional standards of behaviour at all times


Proven success in sales ability and full and  demonstrable knowledge of the sales process

Job type: contract, full time (40hrs/week), remote

Locations: UK, Brazil, Colombia, Thailand or South Korea 

Salary: competitive 

For more information and to apply, please contact Mohamed Faiq at

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