- To promote and ensure quality teaching and effective learning of English across our teaching operations
- To manage the training, professional development and performance management of the teaching community working closely with specialist coordinators across products and branches
- To contribute to and implement Burma Teaching Centre strategy and objectives in order to meet learner income and impact targets and enhance British Council’s reputation in Burma as an expert provider of ELT.
|Salary||Salaries are divided into two components - US dollars and sterling. You will be placed on the 10-point teacher’s salary scale depending on qualifications and experience. The current scale ranges from: US$15,660 – 20,532 gross per year and GBP 7,740 – 8,|
|Duration||2-year contract (renewable)|
|Working hours||12-18 contact teaching hours per week|
|Annual leave||40 days (whilst Burma remains an ECA category F country) and public holidays as determined by the British Council (approx. 14 days).|
|Closing date||Tuesday 12 February 2019|
We are looking for a Training and Professional Development Coordinator to support the delivery of quality teaching across our Burma operations and join an academic team of 5 specialist coordinators and 2 senior teachers. You will manage our training and development across our different products and services helping ensure we deliver excellent teaching and wraparound services in our branches.
This larger specialised Academic team is a part of a stepped change to the team, connected to business growth and development across the city of Yangon. To support these changes, it is expected that 50% of the role will be dedicated to coordinator responsibilities. The role is part of a strategy to support teachers and junior managers along specialist career paths, which will help you to build skills and experience of managing a specific area while working in a joined-up team. This therefore offers excellent developmental opportunities as well as an opportunity to specialise in academic management and training, and quality delivery of products and services.
To be considered, you should be a highly proficient user of English with an undergraduate degree. You should also have an internationally recognised Cambridge DELTA/Trinity Diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 3-4 years full-time relevant post-certificate teaching experience with a wide range of relevant classes, levels and age groups.
Enquiries about the post can be sent to the East Asia Regional Teacher Recruitment team based in Singapore.