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EFL recruitment for BABSSCo 2017 at Harrow and Mill Hill centres is now open. Please browse the teaching roles available below and click the 'Apply Now' button if you are interested in teaching at BABSSCo.

Recruitment for Activities and Pastoral staff is now closed.

We regret that it will not be possible to apply online for vacancies at any other of our centres. For information about jobs at our other centres, see Contact Us.

 

EFL Roles

 

EFL Teacher

EFL Teachers are responsible for planning and delivering a course of dynamic and effective lessons to develop students' listening, speaking and pronunciation skills.  Lessons are student-centred and communicative, with a focus on functional language that will enable students to participate fully in the course when outside the classroom.  BABSSCo has an open curriculum to which EFL Teachers are expected to contribute, planning their courses based on an analysis of the needs of their students and considering the language that will be useful for the activities and excursions in the students' schedules. Click here for the full job description.

EFL Lead Teacher

The Lead Teacher has a full teaching timetable and additionally has responsibility for coordinating some aspects of the course such as the group planning sessions, fieldwork trips and project presentations.  The Lead Teacher acts as a point of communication between other teachers on their course and the DOS team, relaying information, feedback and reminders. Click here for the full job description.

EFL Senior Teacher

The Senior Teacher has a full teaching timetable and works an additional 5 hours per week providing support to teachers.  This support may be with lesson planning, selecting and adapting materials for use in class, creating materials for fieldwork and assisting and/or training teachers in IT skills needed in order to complete student projects. Click here for the full job description.

EFL Administrator

The EFL Administrator assists with the administration tasks necessary for the running of the EFL department.  He or she works alongside the Assistant Director of Studies (ADOS) under the leadership of the Director of Studies (DOS) to help ensure the smooth running of the academic aspect of all English language courses for international and single nationality groups of students aged 13-17.  The EFL Administrator assists with collecting and collating the administrative requirements of up to 25 EFL teachers at any given point in the summer, and is responsible for IT support and stock control for the EFL department. Click here for the full job description.

 

EFL Management Roles


Assistant Director of Studies (ADOS) - Harrow

The Assistant Director of Studies (ADOS) is responsible for helping the Director of Studies (DOS) to supervise and support the team of EFL teachers and ensure the smooth running of the academic aspect of all English Language Courses run for international and single nationality groups of students aged 13-17.  The DOS and ADOS are assisted by an EFL Administrator, a Senior Teacher and for each group of teachers allocated to a particular course of students, a Lead Teacher. The ADOS assists the DOS in running the EFL department and is responsible for conducting lesson observations and providing developmental guidance on teaching.  All non-academic matters are overseen by the Activities Director, who is responsible for the delivery of the course schedule and for student welfare. Click here for the full job description.

Assistant Director of Studies (ADOS) - Mill Hill

The Assistant Director of Studies is responsible for helping the Director of Studies to supervise and support a team of EFL teachers and ensure the smooth running of the academic aspect of all English Language Courses run for international and single nationality groups of students aged 9-13.  The Assistant Director of Studies is an EFL Teacher who is contracted on key dates (set up, testing and pack up) to assist with academic administration.  This job description should therefore be read in conjunction with that for an EFL Teacher.  All non-academic matters are overseen by the Centre Director, who is ultimately responsible for the running of the centre. Click here for the full job description.

Director of Studies (DOS) - Harrow

The Director of Studies is responsible for supervising and supporting a team of EFL teachers and ensuring the smooth running of the academic aspect of all English Language Courses run for international and single nationality groups of students aged 13-17.  He or she is assisted by an Assistant Director of Studies, an EFL Administrator, a Senior Teacher and for each group of teachers allocated to a particular course of students, a Lead Teacher.  The Director of Studies line manages these staff and is responsible for the overall quality of the teaching provision.  All non-academic matters are overseen by the Activities Director, who is responsible for the delivery of the course schedule and for student welfare. Click here for the full job description.

Director of Studies (DOS) - Mill Hill 

The Director of Studies is responsible for supervising and supporting a team of EFL Teachers and ensuring the smooth running of the academic aspect of all English Language Courses run for international and single nationality groups of students aged 9-13.  He or she is assisted by an EFL Teacher who is contracted as an Assistant Director of Studies on key dates (set up, testing and pack up).  The Director of Studies line manages the teaching staff and is responsible for the overall quality of the teaching provision. All non-academic matters are overseen by the Centre Director, who is ultimately responsible for the running of the centre. Click here for the full job description.

 

Information for Applicants

All applicants should read our 'Application & Recruitment Process' document to familirise themselves with our procedures before applying.

BABSSCo staff have significant access to students under 18, therefore our recruitment process follows strict safeguarding guidelines.

Please click here to open the document.

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