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CV, Teacher of English, seeking to teach adults

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 14893

List top 5 skills: communication, languages, organisation, report writing, typing
Short Bio:

I have almost five years experience of teaching English and have coached students successfully through English GCSE and SATS exams, Skills for Life ESOL exams ( reading and writing, and speaking and listening). I have taught EFL as well as ESOL including general English to all levels, legal and business English and English for Academic Purposes. I have taught in schools, a college and a university. I also have my certificate of successful completion of my first year of secondary English teaching.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

education and training, Admin and Clerical, HR and Recruitment

Spoken languages: 

Bengali, english, french

Locations I am interested in working:

Arabia, Saudi, Bahrain, Malaysia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates



Education & Qualifications

European Computer Driving Licence, Level 2 Nov-Dec 2012

Trinity TESOL Cert, St George International, London Aug 1998

PGCE, Institute of Education, London Jan 1994

BA (Hons) English & American Literature, Warwick University July 1992

4 A Levels, Hornsey School for Girls July 1989

10 O Levels, Skinners Company School for Girls July 1987

Work History

Teacher of English for Academic Purposes, Coventry University (Full-time contract work)
July 2014- September 2014

English as a Foreign Language Teacher, St Giles Highgate (Full-time contract)
June- July 2014

Invigilator, Supply Book Limited, London
May 2013- June 2013
13th May 2014- to date

Voluntary Administrator, Enfield CAB
June 2012- May 2013

• Responding to e-mails; filing correspondence; contacting potential volunteers by phone and e-mail; administering tests; dealing with post; recruitment administration, sending out interview and acceptance letters and reference requests; franking and sending out post; reception duties; sending SMS texts to remind clients of appointments.

Employment Advisor, CDG
June 2011- March 2012

• Interviewing long-term unemployed people, placing them into work; reading through several e-mails daily; matching customers to jobs; entering information onto database; managing electronic diary; phoning / e-mailing customers with job details; re-arranging missed appointments; sanctioning customers; booking customers on courses.

Tutor, Career Development Group
April 2010- June 2011

• Teaching literacy, numeracy and ESOL; helping customers with job-search; writing CVs and covering letters; doing related paperwork- learning plans, initial assessments, reviews, marking work, etc.

Lecturer, Edmonton Green College
Sept 2008- July 2009

• Teaching English to speakers of other languages; planning lessons; marking work; form tutor/pastoral duties; writing and reviewing ILPs; diagnostics; creating class profiles; preparing students for exams; keeping records of attendance; covering lessons at short notice for absent colleagues.

Temp EFL Tutor
July 2006–Sept 2008

• Temp work at the following schools- Bell International School, London School of English, OISE

• Creating mini topic-related courses; planning and delivering lessons; marking work; using an interactive whiteboard; writing progress reports; keeping records of work covered in lessons; keeping records of attendance; keeping records of student progress.

Statement/Review Officer, London Borough of Enfield
Jan 2000- April 2006

• Reading professional reports (6-21), isolating key information and summarising to create a six-page document called a statement; working to deadline; reviewing statements on an annual basis; dealing with telephone enquiries; dealing with correspondence; doing INSET for school staff (one occasion); faxing, filing, photocopying, taking minutes at meetings and chairing meetings.

English Teacher, Saint Anne’s School
Oct 1998- Dec 1999

• Teaching English language and literature following the National Curriculum to seven classes of different ages and being form tutor to an eighth class; teaching 210 students a week; planning and delivering lessons for five different year groups; marking work to deadlines; writing termly reports; dealing with discipline issues; attending parents’ evenings; keeping records of topics covered with each year group; teaching students for SATs and GCSE exams; covering lessons at short notice for absent colleagues.

Information Officer & Clerical Officer, Student Finance, KCL
1996-1998

Supervising temps, updating jobs file; replenishing stock; hosting careers talks; publicity work; major project work- updating/re-designing entire careers room single-handedly; helping to prepare for careers events; booking appointments; maintaining office diary for 7 staff; dealing with queries in person and on the phone; dealing with correspondence independently; helping to process student loans; sending out information.

Administrative Officer, Westminster Employment Service
1994-1996