Summer Teacher at Bayswater Summer
We are looking for experienced & enthusiastic summer staff to deliver our summer courses.

London- University of Greenwich (Greenwich Campus) 1st July-9th August
London- University of Westminster (Harrow Campus) 1st July-9th August
Oxford – Oxford Brookes University – 1st July-9th August
Contracts start from July & run for 2-6 weeks.

Key responsibilities 
- Attend training prior to employment (paid)
- Provide quality language teaching to young learners at a variety of levels
- Familiarise yourself with Bayswater materials and prepare lessons
- Administrative work (registers, reports, etc.)
- Carry out the company safeguarding policy
- Maintain a friendly & professional manner

Qualifications & experience 
An undergraduate/university degree
A CELTA/Trinity Cert TESOL or PGCE in Primary, English, ESOL or MFL (Other qualifications will be accepted provided they meet requirements)

Experience teaching & working with teenagers
DELTA or Trinity Diploma
Skills & Attributes

Fluent in English
Positive attitude & ability to build good rapport
Committed to CPD
Confident in planning & adapting materials
Committed to equality & diversity
Legal Requirements

Eligibility to work in the UK
Enhanced DBS Disclosure
Salary & Benefits

-Between £514.50 - £576 per week based on a 30-hour teaching week
- You are entitled to statutory holiday entitlement of 5.6 weeks holiday pro rata
-Lunch provided
-A strong commitment to providing you with in-service support, training and CPD.
-In-house materials
-Accommodation & full board may be provided subject to availability. Staff are not reimbursed for travel expenses.

Bayswater is committed to safeguarding & promoting the welfare of children. As part of our Safer Recruitment Policy you will be asked to explain any gaps in your work & education history. You will also be required to undergo a DBS Enhanced Disclosure check & provide the contact details of at least 2 referees, who will be asked specifically if they have any concerns about your suitability to work with people under 18. Evidence of eligibility to work in the UK must be provided at interview stage.

This role meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Serviced check before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions.