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This page was updated July 15, 2019.  The next update will be August 21, 2019

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Please note that this is a free service. We are a non-profit professional association.  Your job announcement will be posted in the order it is received.


We can only post one job posting for 2 months at a time.


Your job announcement must relate to TESOL and must be located in New York State or surrounding states.


Position Title :PT ESL Instructor

Organization : Global ESL Academy

Part-time or Full time? : Part-time

City : Flushing

State :New York

Description :Description:

Global ESL Academy is a small, private ESL School for adults located in Flushing, Queens. The school is currently looking for an instructor who is available Monday – Friday mornings from 9:00 a.m. to 12:45 pm, who feels comfortable and is certified to teach high-intermediate to advanced level grammar and oral communication skills.


Qualifications:

Candidates should have a Master's degree in TESOL (or a comparable subject with a certificate in TESOL), plus a minimum of 6 months of ESL teaching experience to adults. Experience in teaching English for academic purposes is a plus.

Salary range :$25-30 hourly

Email to send application :info@globaleslacademy.edu

Deadline : Saturday, August 31, 2019




Position Title :Private ESL Teacher Needed in Long Island City, NY

Organization : Global LT

Part-time or Full time? : Part-time

City : Long Island City

State :New York

Description :Global LT enables corporate employees and their families to live and work successfully anywhere in the world. We are currently looking for a private ESL teacher for one of our clients in Long Island City, NY.


**This is a face-to-face, independent contractor position. Please note that we cannot reimburse for travel.**

 

The teacher will work with a native Spanish speaker who is in NY for her spouse’s corporate assignment. She is at an intermediate-high/advanced English level and wants to work on business English, reading, and writing. This student needs a teacher who has very structured lessons, comes prepared with several materials to use during lessons, and who has experience teaching business professionals.


Lessons will be at the student’s home in Long Island City/Astoria (33rd St and 28th Ave) twice a week for 1.5 or 2 hours per lesson. Preferred schedule is Mon/Wed 9:00 to 10:30 or 11 a.m. The student may have up to 110 hours of English lessons.


Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years of experience teaching or tutoring ESL. We do not require certification or a teaching license, but formal training in language education is preferred. Global LT's tutors are independent contractors who create their own lessons and select any materials to be used. Pay is open to discussion based on experience.

 

If interested, please send a resume and desired hourly rate (negotiable or non-negotiable) to Mary Tablac, Sourcing Specialist

Salary range :$30-32/hour

Email to send application :MTablac@global-LT.com

Deadline : Monday, July 22, 2019



Position Title :Instructor - Intensive English Program

Organization : ASA College

Part-time or Full time? : Part-time

City : Manhattan

State :New York

Description :Teacher can expect a schedule of 8 to 16 hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Other days and times will be available as well.


Teacher will work with Intermediate Level students, (CEFR B1-B2) in an integrated skills class. Teacher is expected to utilize a communicative approach in conjunction with a syllabus and textbook.


Small classes (7-14 students) of adults (average age 23). All nationalities.


Salary range :21 - 23 per hour

Email to send application :cperticone@asa.edu

Deadline : Thursday, July 25, 2019




Position Title :10  positions (Special Education, Social Studies, Science, Physical Education, Mathematics, Foreign Language, ENL Teacher, ELA Teacher, CTE Teacher, Performing and Visual Arts)


Organization : New Visions for Public Schools
Part-time or Full time? : Full-time
City : New York
State :New York
Description :About Us

New Visions for Public Schools was founded in 1989 and is dedicated to ensuring that all New York City public school students, regardless of race or economic class, have access to a high-quality education that prepares them for the rigors of college and the workforce. New Visions has been a driving force behind some of the most significant reforms to public education in New York city, including pioneering the model of small high schools in New York City and creating nearly 150 new small schools; producing free open-source curriculum used by thousands of teachers in New York State and across the country; and launching a nationally-recognized Urban Teacher Residency program to train new teachers.

New Visions currently supports nearly 350 schools citywide with school management tools, instructional resources and coaching, and more. This includes 10 charter high schools in Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Queens; and 70 district high schools in all five boroughs that are part of our Affinity network. In 2017-18, graduation rates in our Charter and Affinity networks reached an all-time high of 84.5 percent (an increase of nearly 10 percentage points in the past five years) and college readiness rates reached 55.8 percent, surpassing 50 percent for the first time (an increase of nearly 25 percentage points in the past five years).

Advantages of teaching at a New Visions school include:

Emphasis on knowledge sharing practices, frequent training, and targeted professional development opportunities
Eligibility to apply for grants and fellowships to support the personal and professional development of exceptional teachers
Access to leadership development programs and career opportunities from the classroom to school administration to educational reform
Highly competitive compensation and benefits
New Visions equips teachers with the data tools they need to succeed.

Position Summary

New Visions for Public Schools’ vision for student support services is that all learners have equal access to educational opportunities where barriers to learning are reduced and learner diversity is recognized, supported, and embraced. Special Education teachers at New Visions schools will:

Develop accessible curriculum through team co-planning, co-teaching and co-assessing
Build students’ academic and socio-emotional skills
Work with students one-on-one or in small groups
Advocate to ensure that students receive appropriate supports
Meet with families and the school-based support team
Create plans to for post-high school transition to ensure quality of life after high school
New Visions seeks the most talented and dedicated educators to bring their skills, experience, and energy to a collaborative and innovative learning environment where teachers are empowered to meet each student's unique learning needs and open the doors to new and rich opportunities. Our teachers are dynamic and innovative pedagogues who are committed to urban students and the issues they face every day.

Every New Visions teacher can expect to receive enhanced instructional support, a range of professional development opportunities and the opportunity to be part of a passionate team of colleagues. If you have the following qualities, credentials, and experience, please consider joining our team.

Successful New Visions teaching candidates will:

Approach learning via growth mindset
Be reflective, seek feedback, learn from those around them, and effectively apply feedback
Make informed decisions, based on evidence and data, about their lesson planning
Demonstrate strong content knowledge and be familiar with the Common Core State Standards
Have a proven track record for planning lessons with clear learning objectives and a means for assessing whether those objectives have been met
Have a proven track record of engaging students in their learning
Have strong organizational and communication skills
Have demonstrated success in tailoring instruction to the needs of diverse learners
Be committed to serving all students and respect children from all backgrounds
Demonstrate ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve common goals
Additionally, candidates must have at least a Bachelor’s degree, hold valid New York State certification*, and must be cleared for employment by fingerprint-supported background checks.  We are committed to diversity in our hiring and employment practices, and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

*There are limited opportunities for qualified teachers who do not possess a NY State certification to work in one of our Charter High Schools.

New Visions for Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer.
Salary range :Commensurate upon Experience
Email to send application :jobs@newvisions.org
Deadline : Thursday, August 15, 2019







Position Title :ESL Teacher for Summer Camp

Organization : Your English School USA

Part-time or Full time? : Part-time

City : New York

State :NY

Description :YES USA New York runs fun and inspiring English-language Summer Camps for international teenagers. Our students come here to improve their English, take part in our exciting excursion program, get exposure to American culture and make new friends.


Location: Fordham University Lincoln Center (Midtown Manhattan)

Dates: July 8th – August 2nd, 2019


We currently have 1, 2, 3 and 4-week contracts available.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


Student Supervision:

•    Act in loco parentis to ensure and maintain student discipline, welfare, safety and security whenever in contact with students.


In loco parentis is defined in the YES USA Team Guide. In short, it includes the guidance, instruction, supervision and care of campers.


Academic:

•    Follow the YES USA Summer Camp curriculum; adapt and supplement it whenever needed;

•    Plan and deliver high-quality General English lessons to teenagers;

•    Use varied communicative language teaching methods;

•    Teach 20 academic hours per week (2 x 90 minute class sessions per day);

•    Ensure that classes start and finish on time;

•    Be prepared to teach unplugged in case of any issues with classroom technology, materials or the like.


Administrative:

•    Arrive at the office by 8:45 a.m. to check in and collect materials and supplies;

•    Make copies of any additional materials you’d like to use in class;

•    Arrive at the classroom by 9:00 a.m. to check the classroom and equipment before the lesson starts -- make sure you have everything ready in advance (when needed, seek IT department assistance);

•    Record student attendance at the beginning of each class session;

•    Submit an accurate and complete record of work with a log of activities and resources used immediately after teaching;

•    Complete weekly student evaluations for each student in class at the end of each teaching week (every Friday);

•    Complete final student evaluations for each departing student at the end of their course (every Thursday or earlier);

•    Return teacher materials and supplies immediately after teaching;

•    Attend daily teaching meetings and report to the English studies head counselor any relevant information related to teaching from 12:45 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.;

•    Attend weekly professional development workshops on Wednesdays from 1:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.; and

•    Participate in an End of Course Certificate giving ceremony from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays (7/19, 7/26, 8/2) and Thursdays (7/18 and 8/1).


First Study Day Duties:

•    Assist assistant and residence counselors with new groups on Monday, July 8 and Monday, July 22 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.: meet the new group(s); give a tour of the school’s premises; take the group to the cafeteria; have breakfast and interact with the group; take the group to the orientation and placement tests afterwards; and

•    Assist the English studies head counselor on test days (7/8, 7/22 -– subject to change) in proctoring and marking written placement tests; conduct oral tests for new arrivals.


Miscellaneous:

•    Suggest improvements and provide feedback to the management team.


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE


•    All applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree or higher;

•    CELTA certificate or its equivalent;

•    Native fluency in English;

•    Effective written and oral communication skills;

•    Substantial prior ESL teaching experience and at least 6 months of experience teaching teenagers; and

•    Legal authorization to work in the United States.


QUALITIES


•    Endless enthusiasm and energy;

•    Fun and outgoing personality;

•    Excellent communication skills;

•    High level of responsibility and authority;

•    Strong organizational skills;

•    Independence; and

•    Strong customer service ethics.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS


Schedule:

You’ll be working 5 days per week (weekdays) with Saturdays and Sundays off.


Teaching hours (or placement tests whenever applicable):

From Monday through Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


Classes start at 9:15 a.m. (session one: from 9:15 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.; session two: from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.), but teachers are required to arrive by 8:45 a.m. to check in and pick up teaching and student materials and supplies.


Admin hours:

•    On 7/8 and 7/22:  Helping the assistant and residence counselors (breakfast and orientation) for new groups beginning at 8 a.m.; and

•    On Fridays 7/19, 7/26, 8/2 and Thursdays 7/18 and 8/1: End of Course Certificate giving ceremony from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.


Team meetings and professional development:

•    Daily teacher meetings from Monday through Friday: 12:45 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.; and

•    Professional development workshop every Wednesday: 1:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.


Pay:

$430 gross per week


Payment is in arrears, you will be paid weekly by direct deposit on Wednesdays (July 17th, 24th, 31st and August 7th) after the relevant payroll week.


Meals:

•    Water, coffee and snacks in the office;

•    All-you-can eat breakfast on Mondays 7/8 and 7/22;

•    Light lunch every Wednesday at professional development workshops; and

•    Lunch on End of Course Certificate giving ceremony days (Fridays 7/19, 7/26 and 8/2; and Thursdays 7/18 and 8/1 – dates are subject to change).


Housing:

This is a non-residential position so you must have your own housing.


Transportation:

No transportation is covered or reimbursed.


APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please email us your cover letter and resume at info@yesusa.com. Please include ‘ESL Teacher’ in the subject line. Applications without cover letters will not be considered.


YES USA will require a satisfactory background check before entering into an employment agreement with you.


Successful applicants will be required to attend:


•    General induction training followed by welcome team lunch on Saturday, June 29th at 10.30 a.m.; and

•    Teacher training on Wednesday, July 3rd at 10:30 a.m.

Salary range :$430 gross per week

Email to send application :info@yesusa.com

Deadline : Wednesday, July 31, 2019



Position Title :Instructor (adjunct)

Organization : Hudson County Community College

Part-time or Full time? : Part-time

City : Jersey City

State :NJ

Description :Hudson County Community College (HCCC) is looking for talented academic ESL Instructors!


HCCC is an award-winning, comprehensive urban college with two campuses located just minutes from Manhattan in Jersey City and Union City, NJ. The Journal Square campus sits at the center of Journal Square, next to a major PATH station and transportation hub, while the Union City campus sits adjacent to a vital light rail station.


HCCC's Division of English & ESL is in search of instructors to teach Writing & Grammar and Reading & Academic Discussion to students at all proficiency levels. We have a large program, focused entirely on academic English. If you love language and are passionate about teaching, please get in touch!


An MA is required, and EAP teaching experience is preferred.

Salary range :competitive

Email to send application :jpalmer@hccc.edu

Deadline : Thursday, August 01, 2019