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Working for Ardmore

Ardmore Language Schools run summer English courses for students from all over the world in 16 centres across the UK. We proudly hold British Council accreditation and are the first language school in the UK to have received Travel Safe Gold Accreditation.

Every year we carefully select over 400 summer staff from thousands of applicants from the UK and Europe to deliver our dynamic and engaging programmes. We offer residential and non-residential positions and, where possible, let applicants choose a location they want to work at. Our standard contract length is for four weeks, however, we offer extensions of up to four weeks in the summer. We also have positions available at Easter and throughout the year during the Non-Summer.

Recruitment 2017 is now open!


We are ready for another fantastic summer and we need you to help us make it happen!

We would love to hear from you 


For the list of centres we are running in 2017 please click here:

If you are interested in working at one of our centres this summer, please choose the most suitable position for you and apply by clicking on one of the links below: 

To apply for a position click here:

Activity Leader

Centre Administrator

Centre Director

Director of Studies

EFL teacher

Head of Pastoral Care

Head of Sports and Activities

Welfare Leader


Ardmore Language Schools Ltd acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice and British Council requirements. All Ardmore representatives are required to read and implement our Safeguarding policy.


Why Work for Ardmore?

The Ardmore Experience


Academics

 Our teachers work with six levels of Ardmore workbooks, Teacher’s notes, toolkits and audio materials.

Professional Development

We pride ourselves in offering  comprehensive training into all our roles.

 

Our Recruitment Process

At Ardmore, our Recruitment Team assess candidates according to the following principles:



Steps to Apply
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*Please be aware that the Recruitment Team will only consider online applications and will not consider or refer to CV’s in fairness to all applicants.

What Next?

Screening

The Recruitment Team will review each application objectively to decide how well the applicant meets the role specific specification on the relevant Job Description.

Interview

Candidates are then given the opportunity to build upon their application and showcase why they are a good match for the role. The candidate will also have the opportunity to ask any questions they may have about Ardmore or the role they have applied for.

Short-Listing


Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview by the Recruitment Team

Review

All of our interviews are reviewed on a weekly basis. If you are successful at Interview Stage, then you will be offered a contract of employment with Ardmore.

 

Conditions of Employment at Ardmore:

Visa Requirements

Ardmore Language Schools Ltd cannot consider candidates who do not possess the required visa status and/or work permit for the UK due to the temporary nature of our summer positions. If you possess the appropriate documentation, you will be required to provide evidence in support of your application.


References

All of our job offers are subject to Ardmore receiving two satisfactory references. Each reference must clearly outline the candidate’s suitability to work with children and their suitability for the position.


Enhanced DBS Certificate and/or Police Checks

Safeguarding and student welfare is a priority at Ardmore. To comply with our accrediting body and duty of care to our students, all Ardmore staff MUST hold a valid Enhanced DBS certificate to secure their position. Non-UK candidates must seek Police Checks Abroad and this will need to be translated into English. Where circumstances apply, it may be possible that we will require both. Police checks may also be referred to as Letters of Good Conduct.

Applying for a DBS


We look forward to receiving your application!

If you have any technical problems with the online form, please contact us on 

jobs@theardmoregroup.com
 or +44 (0) 1628 826699.



 

Job Descriptions

Activity Leader

The AL is responsible for the smooth and successful delivery of the activities programme (co-ordinated by the HSA).  The role is pivotal to the promotion and delivery of the activity programme, ensuring students are motivated and all activities are run to a high standard.


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Centre Administrator

The CA’s key responsibility is the smooth and efficient running of all the administrative aspects of the centre. The role is a Senior Management position therefore the CA is expected to fulfill a demanding workload.


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Centre Director

The CD’s key responsibility is the smooth and efficient running of all aspects of the centre. The CD must ensure that communication channels are open between Head Office (HO) and all managers within their centre. The role is a Senior Management position therefore the CD is expected to fulfil a demanding workload.

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Director of Studies

The DOS’s key responsibility is the implementation, smooth running, administration and ultimately successful delivery of all aspects of the academic programme oncentre. The role is a senior management position therefore the DOS is expected to fulfil a demanding workload.

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EFL Teacher

The EFL Teacher’s key responsibility is the preparation, co-ordination and teaching of English as part of the academic programme.


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Welfare Leader

The WL’s key responsibility is the overall welfare of the students to ensure they are safe, secure, happy and respect other students, staff and the facilities.



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Head of Pastoral Care

The HPC’s key responsibility is the overall welfare of the students ensuring they are safe, secure, happyand respect other students, staff and the facilities.  The role is a Senior Management position therefore the HPCis expected to fulfill a demanding workload.



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Head of Sports & Activities

The HSA’s key responsibility is the implementation, smooth running, administration and ultimately successful delivery of all aspects of the Summer School Recreational Programme (day time activities, evening entertainment and excursions). The role is a Senior Management position therefore the HSA is expected to fulfil a demanding workload.




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