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Teaching vacancies

Teaching Vacancies:
The Language Gallery delivers quality language courses at schools in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Berlin, Hannover,  Vancouver and Toronto.

If you are looking for a teaching position within the United Kingdom, we are always looking for passionate teachers. Should you fit the criteria below, please contact: 

Job Description (United Kingdom)

Professional Expertise:

  • Deliver high quality lecturing and teaching 
  • Assist with inspections and provide student results to management
  • Maintain and update high quality class materials 
  • Comply with Quality Standards and Processes
  • Follow our syllabus. Prepare and teach classes in the communicative pedagogical style favoured by The Language Gallery, as detailed in the teachers’ manual


  • Complete documentation as required, to a high standard
  • Ensure that all The Language Gallery Health & Safety, Conduct and U18s policies are followed
  • Prepare any outings thoroughly. Ensure outings and trips are linguistically meaningful
  • Full preparation for the delivery of the class, should be undertaken prior to delivery
  • Assist the Academic Managers with the student induction when required

Responsibility, Planning and Organisation:

  • Contribute to the support and guidance of new members of staff on standard information and procedures
  • Ensure Marking and Second-Marking is completed within the timeframes set
  • Maintain use of The Language Gallery online as homework or in class
  • Attend meetings as arranged by the Academic Managers
  • Consideration and respect of other colleagues and school property is upheld at all times

Quality Assurance & Service Provision:

  • Uses self-assessment tools provided to reflect on own performance
  • Remains up to date with own CPD and attends in-house CDP
  • Agrees to scheduled and spot observations


  • A degree
  • At least 2 years’ experience


  • DELTA or Trinity Dip (or working towards)
  • Relevant MA


  • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills 
  • Solid IT skills
  • Good classroom management skills 
  • Ability to communicate ideas clearly and simply to a variety of groups at a variety of levels  


  • Excellent and relevant subject knowledge, communicative teaching methodologies and CEFR
  • Clear understanding of cross-cultural issues that may affect classroom interaction

All employees have a duty for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young persons and vulnerable adults. Staff must be aware of The Language Gallery’s procedures for raising concerns about Student’s welfare and must report any concerns to the Designated Person (Designated Safeguarding Lead) without delay. Staff must also ensure they complete the appropriate level of safeguarding training identified by The Language Gallery as relevant to their role.

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