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Jobs at ELC English language schools

The English Language Centre is a not-for profit organisation with schools in Brighton and Eastbourne. ELC is committed to the highest standards in teaching and student services and staff and student care.

We are looking for staff who will best help us achieve the high standards that we wish to deliver, and will ensure that we provide a safe & healthy learning environment for all students and staff.

ELC generally advertises to fill vacant posts but does invite on spec applications for teaching posts. In all cases candidates must provide a copy of their CV.

Current Vacancies at ELC

EFL Teachers - Brighton

ELC Brighton is looking for qualified teachers to join the team from August 2022 onwards. 

Ideally you will:

  • have a degree or equivalent
  • have at least the CELTA and preferably the DELTA or equivalent
  • have at least two years’ experience teaching EFL to adults preferably including some time spent teaching overseas
  • show sound knowledge of the linguistic system of English and will be able to model and illustrate it effectively
  • have experience of using classroom technology (eg IWBs, mobile devices, tablets) and online/hybrid teaching

See job description

Apply to Jess Fynn, Academic Manager,, with CV and covering letter.

Accommodation & Welfare Officer - Brighton

ELC Brighton is looking for an Accommodation Officer to join the team and provide support to the Accommodation Manager from August/September 2022 onwards. 

Ideally you will:

  • have a high standard of spoken and written English
  • previous office experience
  • excellent, customer-focussed communication skills
  • fast and accurate data entry skills

See job description

Apply to Phil Hopkins, Chief Executive,, with CV and covering letter.

Safer Recruitment Process

At ELC we have students of all ages and backgrounds so follow recruitment procedures to ensure we safeguard them safely.

In the case of all staff, the following points apply and prospective staff will be advised of these in writing:

  • 2 references will be required and followed up
  • all gaps in CVs must be satisfactorily explained
  • proof of identity and address, qualifications and right to work in the UK will be required
  • reference requests will specifically ask if there is any reason that you should not be employed to work with children under the age of 18.
  • appropriate Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure will be required prior to confirmation of appointments in accordance with ELC’s Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.

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