English Second Language Teacher
Reporting to the Francophone Information Services Facilitator, based out of the Shearwater Site, the English Second Language Teacher is responsible for: evaluating student language skills, developing and implementing lesson plans consistent with the second language training curriculum, administering both formative and summative tests to all students, preparing and submitting a course report identifying what was completed, issues and recommendation for improved program delivery.
Responsibilities (include but are not limited to)
Create a welcoming, safe, non-judgmental, nurturing environment for all training provided;
Development and implementation of lesson plans consistent with the second language training curriculum;
Administration of both formative and summative tests to all students; and
Preparation and submission of a course report identifying what was completed, issues which need to be addressed for future courses and recommendations for improved delivery of second language training.
Evaluation of student language skills at the beginning and end of each session of language training.
Believe in and practice the mission and goals of the Halifax & Region MFRC;
Ability to work as a positive member the team, facilitating a team environment;
Participate in development of new ideas and methods for program enhancement;
Maintain a constant awareness of the “client” and exhibit recognition and appreciation of their needs with the ability to achieve results with positive outcomes;
Ability to be energetic, resilient and maintain a sense of humour when personal resources are challenged;
Excellent communication skills, both oral and written;
Ability to meet deadlines in a timely and efficient manner;
High degree of personal initiative, strong planning, organizational and administrative skills;
Ability to multitask, be adaptable and flexible; and
Ability to motivate, persuade and inspire people.
Possess accreditation from a recognized University to teach English as a second language (TESL) or Bachelor degree/Bachelor of Education with demonstrated experience in teaching second languages;
Ability to read, write and speak French would be considered an asset;
Experience in group/workshop facilitation with adults;
Excellent interpersonal and assessment skills;
Knowledge of the unique challenges of the military family lifestyle considered an asset; and
Must pass screening process of the Child Abuse Registry and a Criminal Records check
Casual Employment: Annual contract based on Community Need, contract reflects three 60 hour sessions.
Salary: $25.00/hr plus 4% vacation pay
Number of Positions: 1 (Shearwater)
All interested please forward cover letter and resume by 18 April, 2016 to:
Chris Saldon, Personnel Administrative Services
PO Box 298, Shearwater, NS B0J 3A0
Note: We appreciate and thank you for your interest in working for the Halifax & Region Military Family Resource Centre, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.