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Emerging Communities Network is the voice of Eastern European migrants.

Our mission is to relieve poverty and enhance the lives of disadvantaged migrants groups from Eastern Europe, through providing an assistance in integration, delivering education, information, advice and guidance and making these services accessible.

We know from first hands about difficulties to settle down in a new country. Lacking English makes it worse. Therefore we organise for our compatriots English classes provided with language support.

Our values:

  • Being people centred
  • Empowering, and including and respecting all people
  • Helping migrants to learn English and helping with job search skills
  • Gain confidence in use of computers

As our and national research show, the language barrier and lack of understanding of the UK public system work are main reasons for discrimination and poverty.

 Work with us to change the lives of migrants.

We are seeking to fill the post of English Tutor to work for Eastern European community Centre

As a qualified tutor, you will be providing tutorials and English lessons to students, with assistance by multi-language speaker when required.

Successful applicants will be notified of appropriate fixed-term tutor vacancies as and when they arise. Day, evening and weekend classes may be available.

You must hold a teaching qualification and English qualifications at Level 2

 

You need to prove your Right to Work in the UK and DBS checks

 

Closing Date 28th July 2015

 

The successful candidate(s) will be directly responsible to and supervised by Managing Director of the charity. The ability to work as part of a team and on one’s own initiative is essential, as the successful candidate will have responsibility for delivery of lessons on his own and admin work when no other staff are present.   Weekends and evening work hours will be required.

The successful applicant(s) will demonstrate open-minded approach to individuals, avoiding judgement or stereotyping; an understanding and interest in issues relating to migration and employment and experience of working in the voluntary sector

 

You can see Job Description and Person specification here

For more information please call our office on 0121 554 9360