Examiners for Trinity’s ISE Exams
As an English Language professional, could your expertise and guidance help to shape the next generation of English language learners?
Are you based in Madrid and able to offer substantial blocks of availability on weekday mornings, from September to November 2022?
Would you like to advance your teaching career and join our highly qualified examiner team?
Trinity College London is one of the world’s leading examination boards. We are known and respected for the wide range and content of our syllabuses as well as our ability to provide first-class care and support to our student, teacher and customer communities. Our English language exams focus on communicative and integrated language skills that people of all ages and from all walks of life need to perform in today's interconnected world.
We are expanding our panel of examiners for the delivery of Integrated Skills in English (ISE) Exams, in Madrid, and for subsequent delivery across Spain and the EU. Our approved Trinity examiners are independent, freelance, self-employed individuals and receive a competitive hourly rate.
To apply for this role, you must meet the requirements in our examiner role specification. Key requirements include:
English Language Proficiency
- Completed education in English-medium schools or university: or
- At least C2-level English proficiency on an internationally recognized English language assessment (C1 certificate-holders may apply as well, as they may be considered for specific exams and levels, after successful completion of our screening and training process)
- A first degree, preferably in TESOL, applied linguistics, education, or a related field (e.g. Modern Languages)
- A recognised teaching qualification in TESOL/ESOL (e.g. PGCE or Cert TESOL) or a teaching authorisation/qualification accepted in your country
Teaching & Assessment Experience
- A minimum of two years’ recent English language teaching experience
- Weekday mornings, from 19 September to 15 November 2022 (initially)
Right to work
- Candidates for the role must have permission to work in Spain.
Safeguarding and protection
Trinity College London is committed to safeguarding and protecting the children and young people with whom we work. As such, all posts are subject to a safer recruitment process, including the disclosure of criminal records and/or vetting checks, prior to deployment. We ensure that we have a range of policies and procedures in place which promote safeguarding and safer working practice across the organisation.
How to apply
Please refer to the attached Role Specification and click on the hyperlink within the document to apply.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, until 22 July. Training and assessment will take place throughout July-August 2022.
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