EAP/EFL Course Co-ordinator

Manchester Metropolitan University - Languages, Information and Communications

Average weekly working hours: 35.00
End date or duration: 2 Years


The Language Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University, as part of the Department of Languages, Information and Communications, is currently undergoing a period of expansion and development of in-sessional, pre-sessional and credit bearing EAP provision. In addition, these is an ambition to grow the Centre’s portfolio of external projects with clients from around the globe.


We are now seeking additional EAP/EFL Course Co-ordinators to assist in the administration and operation of the Language Centre’s courses. As the successful candidate, you will be expected to co-ordinate small teaching teams, develop teaching, learning and assessment resources and work with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure quality of provision. You will also be expected to contribute to teaching across the Language Centre's suite of programmes. The appointment will initially be on a full-time basis for a period of two years.

Ideal Candidate

You will be a highly qualified EFL/EAP practitioner with experience of teaching and coordinating EAP programmes, preferably in a UK university. Ideally, you will also have experience of coordinating modules and developing commercial EFL/ESP courses. You will hold a Master’s qualification in Applied Linguistics/TESOL or other relevant subject area, and a DELTA (or equivalent) qualification In addition, you should be able to demonstrate that you can work in an intercultural environment and have an adaptable and collegiate outlook.

For further information, please contact Richard Silburn, Director of the Language Centre at r.silburn@mmu.ac.uk.

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