The successful candidate will join ELAM in September 2017 and deliver the English component of ELAM’s Programme.
The Teacher of English will hold Qualified Teacher Status and will work with the Head of English to take responsibility for the development of the overall English curriculum.
ELAM’s Trainees work and learn alongside the creative industries’ leading organisations and professionals. Real world projects, work placements and expert mentors will develop the technical and personal skills needed to succeed at university and within the workplace. ELAM is totally committed to the successful progression of its Trainees onto these pathways.
“We want young people to show high levels of responsibility, use their initiative, have strong communication skills and be able to work with others.That is why Universal Music Group have partnered with ELAM.” David Joseph, CEO Universal Music Group.
Dates: Apply by: Friday 16th December with Interviews to commence in January 2017 (or sooner as we are operating a rolling application process).
For more information and complete job packs, please visit: http://www.elam.co.uk/careers/ call or email 0208 555 1728 or email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org