The following postings are provided as a service to TESL Canada members.
Listing here does not imply the endorsement of the TESL Canada Federation.
To post a position here please email: email@example.com. If the qualifications meet at least TESL Canada's minimum requirements - the position will be posted for free for a maximum of three months. Postings may not exceed 250 words in length. TESL Canada reserves the right to edit submitted postings for clarity and brevity. All postings should include the teacher qualifications required as well as an end date for the posting.
INSTRUCTOR - EAL/LINC (multiple positions)
IELTS EXAMINERS NEEDED
Conestoga College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning is looking for qualified and experienced individuals to join our team of IELTS Examiners in Toronto (GTA), London, Windsor, Ottawa, Montreal, Winnipeg and Calgary.
The Minimum Professional Requirements (MPRs) for this position include an undergraduate degree (or demonstrated equivalent) AND one of the following:
* TEFL/TESOL qualification (minimum certificate level) from a recognized institution
* EFL/ESOL related studies completed as part of an undergraduate/post-graduate award course from a recognized institution (minimum certificate level equivalent)
* Degree in Education (if supported by an undergraduate degree which includes studies focused on English language at point 1 above)
A minimum of three years full-time relevant teaching experience (or equivalent part-time) is also required. The majority of this teaching experience must relate to adults. Individuals for whom English is not their first language must possess a language proficiency of IELTS Band 9 in both Speaking and Writing.
IELTS Examiners are expected to be sensitive to cultural differences and to treat others with respect at all times. Confidentiality, professionalism, flexibility and excellent communication skills are also essential.
The deadline for applications is June 10, 2013. If you meet the Minimum Professional Requirements for this position, please email Conestoga IELTS PSN & Test Logistics Manager Alice Michaud at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will forward a copy of the detailed application form to you. No phone calls please.
Successful applicants will be contacted by telephone or email to arrange an interview.
IELTS is jointly owned by the British Council. IDP:
IELTS Australia and University of Cambridge
GEOS Languages Plus, Calgary is currently seeking creative and flexible teachers for employment for our ESL program starting in mid and late June. The positions offer a range of contact hours per week (10-30 hrs depending on class). We offer competitive wages, continuous professional development, and an extremely positive working environment.
Minimum requirements for applicants: must have TESL Canada approved TESL qualifications, a university degree. Overseas teaching experience preferred, but not required.
Applicants interested in joining our dynamic team are asked to please send resume to email@example.com
We will contact suitable applicants for interviews. We thank all other applicants for their interest in working with us.
Competition Number: UOIT Posting Date: May 1, 2013 Closing Date: May 15, 2013
Position Title: English Second Language (ESL) Writing Specialist
Faculty or Department: Office of the Assistant Vice President, Student Life
Level: Professional Level 1 Appointment Type: Full Time Continuing
The Academic Success Centre (ASC) Specialists provide UOIT students with academic support in Writing English as a Second Language, Math, Physics and Study Skills. The ESL Writing Specialist understands the impact of student success initiatives, knows how to develop academic supports, can work with a team of other academic specialists, and enjoys student contact. The primary focus of this job will be to provide support with acculturation of writing skills for ESL students. The incumbent is responsible for promoting, developing, organizing, teaching, supervising, and researching individual and group instruction.The incumbent will report to the Manager of the Academic Success Centre, a service provided by the Office of the AVP, Student Life.
- Develop academic supports for UOIT students for whom English is an additional language
- Establish and promote peer support groups for both language and cultural integration
- Provide one-on-one academic support aimed at developing English proficiency through guided tutoring with ESL learners at UOIT
- Perform creative and highly specialized teaching duties, auxiliary administrative and research activities to support the skills service provided by the ASC
- Research writing strategies; recommend and develop writing supports in both print and electronic formats for UOIT undergraduate student in consultation with manager.
- Provide general instruction to administrative staff and/or entry level Specialists and student tutors
- Assess and provide feedback about students’ level of English language skills using formal and informal testing tools
- Develop and deliver small group workshops for fluency development (written and spoken)
- Demonstrate research, editing, and writing processes to small groups
- Promote Academic Success Centre (ASC) ESL service within the UOIT community
- Understand and access available ESL and cultural diversity resources on campus and externally
- Work with a culturally diverse post secondary student population (ESL, special needs, non-traditional, at-risk, first generation, etc.) at both campuses
- Liaise with faculty to ensure an understanding of academic language needs
- Coordinate with the International Office to offer timely and appropriate supports
- Contribute to online resources for both ASC and NOOL.ca
- Work with ASC team to establish responsive student-focused academic supports at both campus locations
- Develop and deliver tutor training and peer tutors in conjunction with other staff in ASC
- Monitor training programs and results for quality and to evaluate effectiveness by maintaining statistics on student usage
- Present activity and progress reports as requested
- Perform other duties, as assigned
- TESL Ontario approved ESL certificate or Ontario Teaching Certificate( with additional ESL qualifications- Part I and II) or equivalent
- Master’s degree required in Applied Linguistics or equivalent
- Lived and worked in at least 2 different countries provided post-secondary ESL teaching for a minimum of 4-5 years is highly desirable
- Proven track record working with culturally diverse adult populations
- Demonstrated ability to understand the cultural context of writing
- Several years assessing and teaching at all ESL levels
- Curriculum development and project management skills
- Experience in teaching in EAP programs or Proficiency Tests
- Have strong presentation, listening, written and interpersonal skills
How to Apply:
Applications will be accepted until date. Applicants should provide a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and competition number UOIT in the email subject line. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
UOIT is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from qualified women and men, including members of visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
Faculty posting: Special Appointee - Editor, The Westcoast Reader
The English for Academic Purposes Department
POST: April 25, 2013
LOSE: May 6, 2013
POSTING NUMBER: fe-eap-spec-2013-1426
Position Type: Non-Regular
August 1, 2013 – July 31, 2014
Salary: Faculty Scale
Location: North Vancouver Campus
This position is open to any qualified candidate.
Nature & Scope of Work
• Researches topics for articles and identifies sources for articles in newspapers, magazines, and websites.
• Writes articles in Basic English at three levels of readability for each issue of The Westcoast Reader.
• Oversees the creation and management of content for the WCR website, Facebook page and Twitter account.
• Builds relationships with mainstream publications; secures copyright and permission for adapted articles and photos.
• Performs stylistic editing, copy editing, and production editing throughout the writing process.
• Works with illustrators and commissions illustrations, cartoons, and maps adapted to the content of published articles.
• Oversees the designs and publishing of a monthly four-page tabloid newspaper appropriate for a low-literacy audience.
• Oversees production process, including printing and distribution.
• Researches, writes, and produces Teachers’ Notes that accompany each monthly edition of the newspaper (10 times per year).
• Gives direction to assistant who manages subscription database and public inquiries.
• Oversees the work of the technical support.
• Manages, supervises and trains contractors.
• Writes and edits online content.
• Ensures effective communication with readers, teachers, tutors, and general public regarding The Westcoast Reader.
• Recruits volunteers to do verbatim reading of articles.
• Ensures that Teachers’ Notes (pdf) and streaming audio are posted for each issue on The Westcoast Reader website
• Develops and presents plain language workshops to community groups and teacher training courses.
• Develops and presents workshops on using The Westcoast Reader for ESL and adult literacy conferences.
• Manages an operating budget and seeks additional sources of funding.
• Performs duties related to the requirements and qualifications of the position.
• Reports to the Dean, Faculty of Education, Health and Human Development.
Qualifications & Experience
• A Master’s degree in the field of Applied Linguistics, TESOL, or TESL; or Publishing/Communications with significant experience
in TESOL/TESL and Literacy.
The position will require 35 scheduled hours weekly. The position includes two months of vacation and two months of Professional
Development time. The maximum continuous vacation and/or PD time that can be taken as a continuous block is four weeks. Four-
week blocks of PD and vacation cannot be scheduled consecutively. Vacation and PD time will be scheduled in consultation with the
Department and Dean and in such a way that all duties can be performed without replacement or substitution. The balance of PD
time (beyond a maximum one month block) is to be taken throughout the academic year.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to the email address listed below, quoting the posting number in the
subject line, by 4:00 PM on the closing date. Submissions must be in pdf or .doc format only. Proof of education will be required at
a later stage of the competition.
Mailing Address: Dean’s Office
Faculty of Education, Health & Human Development
2055 Purcell Way,
North Vancouver, BC V7J 3H5
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Title: Language instructor - language school ( TESL Canada certified only )
Terms of Employment:
Permanent, Part Time leading Full Time
Salary: $16.00 Hourly, for 20.00 Hours per week, Other Benefits, Medical Benefits, Dental Benefits, Vision Care Benefits
Anticipated Start Date (at the latest in 3 months): As soon as possible
Location: Toronto,Ontario ( 2 vacancy )
Education: Undergraduate Degree & TESL Certification
1 to less than 7 months
Speak English, Read English, Write English
Area of Instruction:
English as a second language
Prepare teaching materials and outlines for courses, Prepare, administer and mark tests and papers to evaluate students' progress, Deliver lectures and presentations, Lead discussion groups and seminars
Use audio-visual equipment, Prepare reports
Security and Safety:
Criminal record check
Public transportation is available
Ability to Supervise:
International students, College/University students
Reading text, Document use, Writing, Oral communication, Working with others, Problem solving, Decision making, Critical thinking, Job task planning and organizing, Finding information, Computer use, Continuous learning
Daniel Education Centre Corp. o/a/ Upper Madison College
Please send CV & Resume to: email@example.com
Position: ESL teacher for business related subject
Location: downtown Toronto
hours: 20 hour a week, Mon-Fri, from 9am-1pm.
-Must have TESL Canada certification
-Must university graduate
-Experienced ESL teacher
-Must have strong business related working experience
Rate of pay:
$20 per teaching hour
Please send professional resume via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online ESL Teachers
eTeacher is looking for ESL teachers with high teaching abilities who are willing to teach online in a "virtual classroom".
Description of Job
- Teaching English in small groups.
- Work is from home through the internet.
- Working hours are Sunday to Thursday, 12PM-15PM (EDT) or 09AM-12PM (PDT)
- University degree.
- Official TESL certification
- A minimum 100 hour course plus 20 hours practicum.
- Experience in teaching adults – at least one year.
- Citizen of Canada or USA.
- Korean/French/Russian/Spanish- advantage!
- An assessment of the English proficiency may be required.
*Please state position number 42120 in your CV
*Please send your resume to Teachers.jobs@eteacherGroup.com
*Only suitable applications will be answered
Director, Languages and Intercultural Communication
McGill University School of Continuing Studies
This position represents an opportunity for a senior leader to lead a dynamic and innovative language learning entity of the highest quality, building on an already-strong foundation, and ushering it into an era of even greater excellence and reach.
McGill University and the city of Montréal present a rich context for English and French language instruction. As an English institution within Québec’s French-speaking environment, language instruction can play a key role in building bridges between the University and its community. With nearly 5,000 registrants, Language and Intercultural Studies, located within the School of Continuing Studies, serves a multicultural clientele that includes professionals, new Montrealers, and incoming McGill and international students.
The Department has approximately 115 energetic and highly committed program coordination and instructional staff. It operates on a cost recovery model with a budget of $9 million, and offers part-time credit and non-credit, online and on-site, and international programming.
The Director will lead the Department in achieving its strategic objectives, positioning it for new opportunities and challenges within the rapidly changing language education landscape at the local, national, and international levels.
Candidates must be completely fluent in written and oral French and English, and must possess a relevant graduate degree (preferably a PhD), a record of at least 10 years’ success in administrative management of leading, high-quality adult/higher education operations, a passion for language and intercultural issues, and accomplishments in leading, high-quality adult/higher education language instruction.
This is a full-time, academic, non-tenure track position.
Applications (which must include a cover letter as well as a c.v.) and inquiries may be submitted, with the subject line “McGill LIC Response”, to email@example.com. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. Consideration of candidates will begin in April 2013, continuing until the position is filled.
McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It welcomes applications from indigenous peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others who may contribute to further diversification.
Part-time ESL Tutor Needed Location: Lorraine, Quebec Start Date: ASAP
Cartus, an international relocation firm, is seeking a part-time ESL tutor to give private lessons to a 12 and a 15 year old at their home in Lorraine, Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
- Bachelor’s degree with TESL training
- Minimum three years’ ESL teaching experience and experience with lesson planning and materials selection
- Evaluation/assessment of the student’s level of language proficiency (where applicable)
- Consultation with the student on his or her areas for improvement
- Creation of structured lesson plans with clearly stated goals and objectives
- Selection of appropriate textbooks, audio components and other study aids as needed
Send your professional resume to Mary Weise at firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Language Training is an industry leader in providing English and foreign language training to companies and their employees.is an industry leader in providing English and foreign language training to companies and their employees.
We are seeking an instructor to work with an executive at his location in Calgary (Chaparral area). Our client is a native Spanish speaker and would like to improve his English listening and writing skills. He is an engineer and this would be a Business English course.
Lessons will begin very soon and take place at his home. He would like to have lessons two to three times a week for two hours. He indicated weekday evenings would be the best time for him. Interested candidates can send questions and/or resumes to Ms. Janet Nester at email@example.com
Noel & Associates, Barrsiters & Solicitors
3550 Victoria Park Avenue, Suite 309
Toronto, Ontario M2H 2N5
Tel.: (416) 321-6635 Fax: (416) 321-6697
Terms of Employment: Subcontractor, Casual
Salary: To be discussed
Hours: 2 - 10 hours per week
Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible
Location: The Laurentians, Laval and West Island, QC
Education: Completion of Bachelor's degree and 120-hour TESOL or equivalent is mandatory
Completion of Bachelor's degree and 120-hour TESOL or equivalent is mandatory
Experience: Minimum 4 years of teaching experience
Languages: Native English Speaker. Good writing skills. Good knowledge of English grammar.
Personality: Energetic, dynamic, motivational and professional
* Committed to enriching clients’ lives
* Personalized lesson planning
* Facilitate the learning environment by fostering dynamic class discussions
* Skills development (vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, listening, speaking, reading and writing)
Other Information: You must have experience teaching Business English or training adults. Reliable
car and valid driver's license is necessary to drive to client's workplace.
Work Setting: All classes will be held at client's workplace.
Employer: Accent Unique- A private language school
How to Apply:
If you meet the requirements of this position and wish to apply please send most recent resume and a cover letter by email. Please outline in your cover letter why you would like to work for Accent Unique and your future goals.
cover letter by email. Please outline in your cover letter why you would like to work for Accent Unique and your future goals.
By E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLOSING DATE: Open until a suitable candidate is found.
NOTE: Only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.