ESL Lead Teachers Sought for All-female University in Saudi Arabia
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UniServices at The University of Auckland, New Zealand, works with
governments and organisations across the globe, to produce world-class
tailored education offerings. In one such project, we are partnering with an
all-female Saudi Arabian university of 10,000 students.
Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University in Riyadh strives to become
the benchmark for English language instruction in the region.
To achieve this, we are recruiting Lead Teachers for an English Language Preparatory Year Programme (PYP) whichprepares students for undergraduate study,
This is an exciting opportunity to become a part of a dynamic senior
academic team involved in managing the
Preparatory Year Programme.
As part of the senior academic team, together with the programme leaders
you will provide educational support and management of the teachers in
the PYP programme.
In return, you’ll get receive a competitive package including a
•A tax-free salary,
•Annual return flight to your home country and
•Full accommodation with access to a pool and gym.
Ideal candidates will need a bachelor's degree, an internationally
recognized TESOL qualification (CELTA or similar), and a minimum of five
years teaching English as a second language (ESL). Importantly, you will need to have leadership experience,
be open-minded, adaptable, resilient and passionate about teaching
English. You will thrive on motivating and inspiring teachers to provide
stimulating learning environments.
The successful applicants will preferably be available to relocate to the
Middle East in October/ November 2012. Please note that,due to the campus policies of this Saudi Arabian university, only women
can be considered and due to visa policies, candidates must be below 60 years of age.
For more detailed information about this unique opportunity please visit
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your cover letter and CV. Please clearly indicate in your covering letter what particular strengths you could bring to the role and the university.
Please contact Nicola Sandford, Senior Recruitment Specialist, on
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