Cover teacher vacancies
We are currently recruiting for cover teachers to join our team. We are looking for CELTA qualified teachers, preferably with experience in teaching IELTS and / or Medical English, but this is not essential.
If you would like to apply:
- read the job description
- send in a completed application form and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews will be held in the soon after the application deadline Friday 12th October.
Please note that successful candidates will be invited to attend all In-house training sessions and have the opportunity to undertake peer observations.
The hours of work will generally be in the mornings and afternoons, but may include evenings, weekends and off-site contracts. The hours of work will vary from week to week depending on the demands of the team.
Cover teachers will have self-employed status which means:
- Live Language will not deduct tax or national insurance from your wages, and you will be responsible for filing a tax return.
- You will be expected to provide an up to date DVB check from Disclosure Scotland in line with British Council Accreditation standards. More information is available here
- You will agree to complete an online Safeguarding and Prevent training course.
- You will also have to provide a Public Liability Insurance certificate as your status is self-employed. This covers your personal liability should you or a student have an accident during class time. You can contact your current insurance provider or click here for an example.
Live Language is looking for a part-time Korean teacher to take group and private lessons at the school!
- To apply for this job, please request a job pack from: email@example.com
Live Language is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
We are always looking for friendly host providers for students looking for Homestay in Glasgow. Contact Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what it takes to become a host.
Homestay accommodation provides a family environment for a student while they are studying. Hosts are expected to spend time with the student, and include them in family events, and day to day life, such as shopping, sporting events, walking the dog etc. Hosts should help students settle into life in Glasgow, and make them feel at home. Families can comprise of single people, families with children, or couples, young or old. At least one adult must be a native English speaker. Families should provide a welcoming home, with private, well-equipped bedroom with desk, and clean bedding and towels. Most information on what’s involved can be provided on request.
*Live Language School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.