Job Posting

English as a Second Language (ESL) Instructor

Salary: $24.00/Hourly
Job Type: Part Time, Contract
Start Date: As soon as possible

Language: English
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Positions Available: 1

NOC Group: College and Other Vocational Instructors (4131)
NOC Job Title: English As a Second Language Teacher (ESL) - College Level
Expires in 5 days
Expires: 2018-10-26
Last Updated: 2018-10-11

Job Number: 520195

Job Location(s)

Penticton, British Columbia
340 Ellis Street
Penticton, British Columbia
V2A 4L7, Canada

Job Description

Summary: This position supports the organisation by providing high quality ESL language instruction using methods, course content and activities that are focused on the needs and learning styles best suited for adult immigrants. The person will 1) plan and deliver lesson plans that implement andragogic learning concepts in teaching; 2) complement classroom instruction with appropriate guest speakers and fieldtrips to enhance learning of Canadian systems, life and culture; and 3) prepare data and narrative reports for submission to funding departments.

Responsibilities: • Provide language skills that will orientate adult immigrants and refugees to everyday living in Canada using the four skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing • Establish clear objectives for all lessons and communicate those objectives to students daily • Prepare lesson plans that reflect the progression in language learning acquisition in accordance with LINC curriculum and CLB established guidelines • Use Portfolio Based Language Assessment (PBLA) • Integrate computer-assisted instruction and/or online learning tools in a blended training approach • Monitor student progress and provide appropriate amount of support with emphasis on promoting independence • Observe student in the classroom setting and be able to document behaviour concerns, if any, in a professional manner • Educate, encourage and equip students by acting as a positive role model for appropriate behaviour that is beneficial for students to adopt, including demonstrating respect for others and utilizing appropriate language • Positive approach to multi-level teaching environment • Ensure the safety and well-being of students, staff and volunteers at all times • Work as a team with lead LINC instructor, childminding and community connections departments to ensure program consistency • Ensure all entries for student attendance is consistent and are entered accurately in required database • Maintain accurate attendance records and other documentation as required • Prepare monthly and quarterly reports, that demonstrate impact (outcomes versus output), shed light on lessons learned, and identify opportunities for improvement • Perform other related duties pertinent to the program

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Expiring: Oct 26, 2018