CONTRACT IELTS EXAMINER(S) Department of Corporate, International and Continuing Education (DCICE)
Competition #: CED1715 Opening Date: 10/25/17
Scope: Open to all Applicants Closing Date: 11/24/17
Location: Main Campus
NAIT’s Department of Corporate, International and Continuing Education is inviting applications for Contract IELTS Examiners. IELTS Examiners are responsible for conducting speaking tests and mark writing tests to IELTS standards. Most IELTS Examiner shifts are Friday, Saturday and/or Monday afternoons two weekends per month on average.
Conducts speaking tests to standard
Marks writing test to standard
Maintains IETLS certifications
Adheres to confidentiality and security measures
Completes tasks accurately and in sufficient detail
Acts sensitively to cultural differences
Qualifications & Experience:
Undergraduate or Master degree or qualification(s) that can be demonstrated to be equivalent to an undergraduate or Master degree (three years’ full-time academic study, or minimum of one year full-time academic study in the case of a Master degree).
A TEFL/TESOL qualification from a recognized institution (minimum certificate level); or, EFL/ESPL-related studies completed as part of an undergraduate/post graduate award course from a recognized institution (minimum certificate level); or, a degree in Education (supported by an undergraduate degree with a focus on the English language). If EFL/ESOL qualification is at certificate level (or equivalent), one of the three years of full-time teaching experience must be post EFL/ESOL certificate qualification. If the EFL/ESOL qualification is at Diploma level or higher, the teaching experience can be before the qualification.
A minimum of three years full-time TEFL teaching experience (or equivalent part-time) is required with the majority of this teaching experience related to adult students (16 years and over)
Strong verbal communication and interpersonal skills required
Thank you for your application however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from World Education Services or the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) - http://work.alberta.ca/immigration/international-qualifications-assessme...