UK Jobs

We invite dynamic and motivated individuals to be part of our vibrant institute, dedicated to provide quality education at affordable fees to international students.

Please send you CV by e-mail to in@bcol.co.uk or by post to 'Birmingham College, 9 Margaret Street, Birmingham, B3 3BS'.

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Job Title

Administrator

Location(s)

Birmingham College, UK Campus

Mode

Full-Time

Daily Hours

9: 30 - 5:30

Salary

To be discussed on individual merit

 

General Summary

The College administrator provides administrative assistance to college Principal, Vice Principal, Facilities Manager, teachers and overseas partners. They act as first point of contact for college enquiries, and where required serve the College committees and councils. The College administrator is available to discuss concerns students as part of the College Team and is responsible for student data and liaison. The job can be busy at key times in the academic year, when some long hours may be necessary. There are good opportunities for career progression via promotion into senior administrative, managerial and project management roles in UK or overseas.

Birmingham College accepts students from the age of 16. To meet safeguarding requirements successful applicants will be subject to a CRB check and references will be followed up.

 

Key skills

Good interpersonal, IT, numeracy, organisational, time management, negotiation and communication skills are essential. A polite telephone manner and discretion when dealing with confidential information is also very important. A minimum qualification of a HND or Bachelors degree is preferred. Previous higher/further education, office or commercial work experience can also be helpful.

 

Typical Work Duties

  • Be the main point of contact for all enquiries (from both internal and external sources)
  • To plan, organize, and administer the activities of the college/ partners
  • working on committees including academic boards, governing bodies and task groups;
  • assisting with recruitment, marketing activities, admission queries and sustaining building student relations;
  • administering the 'student lifecycle' from application to leaving and future destination;
  • providing administrative support to management, academic team of lecturers, teachers & visiting staff;
  • drafting and interpreting regulations and dealing with queries and complaints procedures;
  • coordinating external examinations and assessment processes of mock exams;
  • maintaining high levels of quality assurance, including that of the course, staff and students;
  • using college portals and preparing reports and statistics for internal and external use;
  • supporting with the development of college portals;
  • contributing to policy and planning discussions with college committees;
  • managing budgets and ensuring financial systems are followed;
  • purchasing goods and equipment, as required, and processing invoices;
  • supervising staff;
  • liaising with other administrative staff, academic colleagues and students;
  • liaising with partner institutions, other institutions, external agencies, government departments and prospective students
  • organising and facilitating a variety of educational or social activities.
(Source, Prospects)
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Job Title

ELT / IELTS Tutor

Location

Birmingham College, UK Campus

Mode

Full-Time / Part-Time

Daily Hours

9: 30 - 5:30

Salary

To be discussed on individual merit

 

General Summary

Birmingham College welcomes applications from ELT and EAP teachers interested in working as part of a team to deliver learner-centred General English, EAP and IELTS programmes.
This is an opportunity for recently-qualified teachers to work alongside an established ELT expert, while more experienced tutors will have the satisfaction of contributing to a new department in a well-resourced college and supporting mature learners who are working towards an IFP or General English and IELTS preparation programmes. Teachers are expected to have an interest in their professional development and be prepared to maintain both student and teaching records. The ideal candidate will have experience of working with Gulf Arab learners and be familiar with preparing students for IELTS 5.0+ as well as supporting professionals who require 7.0.
The College has links with overseas colleges and universities. It is anticipated that there will be opportunities for teachers interested in teaching on and contributing to the development of ELT programmes at these institutions.
Birmingham College accepts students from the age of 16. To meet safeguarding requirements successful applicants will be subject to a CRB check and references will be followed up.

 

Key skills

A minimum qualification of a Bachelors Degree and TESOL is required. A CELTA / DELTA if available would be desirable. Previous higher/further education teaching / work experience can also be helpful but not essential. Good interpersonal, IT, numeracy, organisational, time management and communication skills are essential.

 

Typical Work Duties

  • classroom teaching, management, provide individual tutorials;
  • planning, preparing and delivering lessons to a range of classes and age groups;
  • preparing and setting tests, examination papers, and exercises;
  • marking and providing appropriate feedback on oral and written work;
  • opportunity for devising, writing and producing new materials for the college
  • organising and getting involved in social and cultural activities such as sports competitions, school parties, dinners and excursions;
  • attending and contributing to training sessions;
  • participating in marketing events for the language school;
  • preparing information for inspection visits and other quality assurance exercises;
  • freelance teaching on a one-to-one basis;
  • basic administration, such as keeping student registers and attendance records, progressions
(Source, Prospects)
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Job Title

Independent Consultant

Location(s)

Various; UK Campus / Overseas Campuses China, Georgia, Middle East

Mode

Full-Time / Part-Time / Project Based Hours

Daily Hours

Fixed Day / Hours - Subject to discussion

Salary

To be discussed on individual merit

 

General Summary

Birmingham College is continuing to expand its overseas commitments in various fields of education and in support of our endeavour we are looking to recruit staff from all backgrounds, who have the required subject knowledge, experience of delivering programmes in their studied subject areas, is enthusiastic in wanting to make a contribution in the field of education and professional training. In particular we are looking to attract:

  • Teacher Education - Academics, researchers and course developers
  • Early Years / Young Learners Course Developers
  • Retired Head teachers / Current Head Teachers
  • School Inspectors / Supervisors
  • Teacher Trainers

 

Key skills

  • Minimum level of education to a bachelors degree
  • Applicants do not need to be native-speakers of English but effective writing and oral communication skills are essential. In some projects, the knowledge of more than one language would be an advantage.

 

Typical Work Duties

  • material and course design development in a range of subjects at primary, secondary and tertiary levels
  • Short overseas trips to deliver workshops, professional training
  • Inspection of schools and partner organisation for QA purposes.
  • Support for the College‚Äôs partner organisations

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To be considered as a lecturer / trainer, you must be educated to at least a Masters level and have previous teaching / training experience within your subject area. The appointments will be made on a part time temporary basis, and will generally require between 15 contact hours per week. Flexibilities are offered.

Areas of Specialised / Executive Training Programmes

  • Teacher Training
  • TESOL CPD Training
  • Head Teacher Training
  • Vocation Training e.g. Automotive, Technical, Aerospace
  • Quality Assurance and Assessment
  • HR, Marketing, Finance
  • Public Health and Medical
  • Engineering
  • University / College Senior Staff e.g. director, vice-rectors, managers

Please send an e-mail with your CV and a covering letter to in@bcol.co.uk clearly stating the position that you are applying for / you are willing /able to teach. Contract rates will be discussed with suitable candidates only.

Birmingham College
BMI Building
9 Margaret Street
Birmingham B3 3BS
Tel: +44 (0) 121 212 0888
Fax: +44 (0) 121 212 0666
Email- in@bcol.co.uk