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Department: ELT Marketing and Professional Development
Division: English Language Teaching
Location: Oxford – Central
Reference number: 2013/55741
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
The ELT Division is a global leader in the provision of multimedia English language teaching and learning materials. Operating in over 100 countries, it reaches millions of teachers and students each year to support the development of English language proficiency.
About the Role
As part of our growth plans globally, we are currently seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated Teacher Trainer, to be based in Oxford, to support the development of, the delivery of and deliver directly, workshops and seminars to English Language Teachers internationally, both online and face-to-face.
– Writing and delivering methodological workshops and seminars (face-to-face, webinars, video) to support our market-leading ELT list.
– Contributing pedagogical knowledge and content to promotional campaigns for our products and services.
– Meeting, giving presentations, providing and gathering information to decision-makers in overseas educational systems, including at ministry level.
– Supporting freelance teacher trainers by providing necessary information and materials for them to deliver training effectively.
The ideal candidate will be a fluent English speaker, educated to degree level or equivalent, with excellent commercial and market awareness.
You will also have:
– An internationally recognised teaching qualification, e.g. DELTA, MA TESOL
– Experience in teaching and teacher training in one or more countries, ideally including the Arabic-speaking world.
– The ability to work independently, and to plan and prioritise your own workload
– Good interpersonal skills, to build relationships with OUP staff, customers and freelancers
– A good understanding of technology and its role in English language teaching
– Experience of working in ELT publishing would be advantageous.
Recruiter: Phil Taylor
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Depending on skills and experience. OUP offers a full range of supporting benefits.
Closing date: 21 July 2013
Source: Oxford University Press