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GRN-0248 – Senior Instructor – Foundation

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Job Description

Job Title:                                                   Senior Instructor – Foundation

Department / Business Unit:           Foundation Studies/ Training

Accountable to:                                      Dean of Foundation Studies

Reporting to:                                          Foundation – Head of Section

Our Vision:                                                 Creating aviation expertise and leadership

Our Values:                                                Teamwork – Professionalism – Quality – Safety

 

PURPOSE

 To assist the Foundation Head of Section in ensuring the highest standards of teaching, assessment, administration, student learning and development in accordance with the approved curriculum and the Aviation Australia Riyadh College (AARC) policies and procedures.

  • Responsible for overall management of, including but not limited to monitoring, reporting, evaluating, improving, and accurate and timely completion of:
  • Mock tests, examinations, quizzes, homework tasks and assessments and the submission of scores.
  • Academic records for individual students and whole classes with the support of other departments.
  • Maximize student attendance and teachers’ submission of rolls.
  • Student progress to a high standard, this includes identifying areas for improvement, action plans, implementation.
  • Develop and follow sound processes and related documentation to ensure the efficient running of the foundation department.

 DUTIES

  • Active, effective, and motivating academic management of a team of Instructors and Lead Instructors by ensuring compliance with AARC policies and procedures and support the management philosophy of the college.
  • Work cooperatively with English Instructors and Lead Instructors under his supervision through training, supporting, and managing department staff by:
  • Ensuring that all new staff receive a comprehensive induction.
  • Supporting the continuing professional development of department staff.
  • Facilitating the sharing of good practice throughout the department.
  • Carrying out performance management of staff under direct line management.
  • Carrying out observation of teaching and learning.
  • Assist, plan and facilitate processes including the following: exam co-ordination, administration, and interviews.
  • Create and maintain class schedules for curriculum delivery each term.
  • Management of all Foundation staff to maximize Instructor utilization.
  • Responsible for planning, communicating and overall management of make-up classes.
  • Monitor, report and evaluate teachers and Lead Instructors in maintaining and updating effective classroom delivery.
  • Responsible for the administration of supporting software, such as SharePoint, Teacher Plus, OneDrive and Help Desk, etc.
  • Responsible for managing, monitoring, and reporting on equipment issues in staff rooms, computer laboratories and classrooms with due regard to AARC’s commitment to workplace health and safety.
  • Teach up to 25% of the week with the other 75% being allocated for administrative duties, dependent on operational needs.
  • Manage the student warnings and teacher complaints process according to AARC policies and procedures.
  • Supporting staff in dealing effectively with student behavior to remove barriers to learning.
  • Implementing and maintaining strategies to improve overall student participation and attendance.
  • Participating in student field excursions and their supervision.
  • Participating in Department Progression Boards and College Progression Boards as required.
  • Deputizing for the Foundation Head of Section in his absence.
  • Plan and deliver clear, pedagogically, and professionally sound lessons.
  • Maintain respect and responsibility for all teaching resources and teaching areas allocated for lessons.
  • Prepare clear, pedagogically, and professionally sound documentation and reports and submit in the time frames stipulated by the accountable / reporting manager.
  • Participate in the development and generation of class notes, and teaching material.
  • Maintain records of course material delivered.
  • Be committed to maintaining current professional competence by active engagement in professional development initiatives/programs.
  • Monitor and evaluate teaching performance to ensure a high standard is maintained which provides optimal student learning opportunities.
  • Maintain awareness with regards to relevant legislation.
  • Undertake other duties as required by the accountable / reporting manager and senior management.
  • Comply with the requirements of AARCOE’s:
  • Code of Conduct.
  • KSA Labour Law.
  • All other policies and procedures.

 

AUTHORITIES

The Senior Instructor has the authority to:

  • Counsel and/or discipline students in compliance with the organization’s policies and procedures.
  • Report any staff issues to the HOS or HR.
  • Discipline staff under his supervision in line with the AARC policies and procedures.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Qualifications

Essential

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, or New Zealand in a computing related subject.
  • Native English speaker.
  • Hold a recognised teaching qualification from an accredited university from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, or New Zealand.

Desirable

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, or New Zealand in English Language Teaching, TESOL, Applied Linguistics, or Education.
  • Master’s degree university from an accredited university from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, or New Zealand in English Language Teaching, TESOL, Applied Linguistics, Education.

Experience

Essential

  • Previous teaching experience (minimum of 5 years) in the post-secondary, technical or vocational sector.
  • Previous line management experience and a managerial role in the education sector.
  • Demonstrated experience developing innovative teaching and learning materials and resources.
  • Experience in completing administrative tasks related to class management to a high standard, including scheduling and resource planning.
  • Previous experience in supervising teaching staff.

 

Desirable

  • Experience teaching ESP, EAP and IELTS courses.
  • Prior experience in working, interacting, and caring for students from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds, particularly Middle Eastern students.
  • Experience working outside of home country

 

Knowledge and Skills

Essential

  • Have experience and skills to deliver teacher training, devise test/assessments, develop teaching materials and/or creating materials for computer-assisted language learning and support their use.
  • Native English Speaker.
  • Excellent command of verbal and written communication and a strong sense of grammatical accuracy.
  • Knowledge and understanding of relevant ESL practices and methodologies.
  • Ability to interpret and apply legislation, regulations, policies, and procedures, applicable preferably to a medium to large organisation.
  • High attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills with ability to facilitate effective communication across various channels and audiences.
  • Demonstrated ability to resolve issues through negotiation and consultation with other team members.
  • Well-developed problem-solving skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to deal with sensitive issues and maintain confidentiality.
  • Strong organisational skills including the ability to prioritise work, to deal with competing demands, manage time effectively and meet deadlines.
  • Strong computer literacy skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of applications and the ability to become an effective user of new computer systems.
  • Preparedness to undertake training as required.

 Personal Qualities

Essential

  • Inquisitive, open-minded, and flexible in approach.
  • Emotionally resilient in a fast-paced teaching environment.
  • Assertiveness and an ability to remain professional and measured in approach, regardless of the situation.
  • Ability to work both independently and within a flexible team environment.
  • Ability to foster a customer focused working environment and build and maintain rapport with staff and students.
  • Ability to interact with internal and external customers from diverse cultural backgrounds, displaying awareness of cross-cultural communication issues.
  • Willingness and ability to demonstrate initiative and accept responsibility.

 

ORGANISATIONAL COMPETENCIES

Competency Level

 

Example – Description of Behaviour

(Refer to Competency Dictionary and Development Guide for all behavioural descriptors)

Customer Focus 1 Presents a positive, professional corporate image when interacting with internal and external customers.
Teamwork 1 Works effectively in a team by showing a level of commitment to the team, being a willing contributor to group activities and seeking to help others where necessary.
Drive for Results 1 Takes personal responsibility to complete and deliver outcomes on time, to a professional standard.
Communication 1 Demonstrates effective interpersonal skills when interacting with all stakeholders, developing a positive rapport.

Ensures all verbal and written communication is presented in an informative, logical, professional and fluent manner.

Technical Skills 1 Demonstrates an in-depth technical knowledge of own area and a broader understanding of other operational functions of the business.
Holding People Accountable 1 Holds self and others accountable for timely, measurable, high-quality and cost effective results.

 

APPLICATION SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  1. Cover Letter
  2. CV including the names and contact details of two referees whom IATC can contact directly. At least one referee should be an individual who has served as your supervisor/line manager in a recent teaching position, ideally during the past 2 years, and who can comment on your teaching and personal character
  3. Copies of all relevant degrees and certificates listed in the CV
  4. Nationalities considerable: American, British, Australian, New Zealand, Canada and from developed countries (Europe and West).
  5. For citizens of countries other than those listed in the Qualifications section above, a current valid (within the last 2 years) IELTS certificate showing minimum 8.0 on all four skills. Note for all candidates: regardless of nationality, the interviewers reserve the right to ask any candidate to sit an IELTS examination before proceeding to a job offer

Note:  Interested applicants are requested to review job description, guidelines and the general benefit package and then send your Cover Letter, CV and the Supporting documents as outline above.  As soon as you send your package, we will coordinate with employer and will let you know the suitable time for calling.

CV/Supporting documents to be sent at: info@globalrusea.com

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+92 335 150 1175

Job Offer/Approval and Processing for Mobilization:

  1. When you provide your cover letter, cv and the requested supporting documents, we will provide to the employer for their review/consideration.
  2. When you are determined suitable, they will call and conduct your telephonic interview, we will coordinate with you in advance and will provide you all the details.
  3. Once you are approved for hiring, they will extend you the formal job offer, once you agree and signs the job offer, we will guide you all the process and procedure, doing medical, documents attestation for the Saudi Embassy, visa endorsement, send you confirmed eticket and arranging your airport pick up and the housing in Riyadh.
  4. If in case you have any question, please feel free send us an email or let us discuss over phone using WhatsApp or any other application.

Salary and General Benefit Package

Description Benefit
Base salary (will be decided after conducting telephonic interview)
Housing Allowance 25% of base pay per month
Transport allowance 10% of base pay
Working hours per day 8 hours
Working days 5 days a week
Annual leave 30 days
Annual round trip ticket Allowance or ticket company provided
Medical Company provided
Contract Status Single/if someone married and wish to bring his wife, then after six month make a request to the HR.

 

Contract period One year or two or renewable after one year
Others As per Saudi Labor Laws

 

 

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