We offer a varied range of interesting roles and EFL jobs. At Celtic English Academy, we value everyone within our organisation. Our staff turnover rate is low and some of our staff have been with us since day one. Our staff often want to stay with us to grow and develop their careers. Working for Celtic is more than just an EFL job, it is a great opportunity to have a career in a vibrant, dynamic and ever-growing global industry.
We have an excellent core team of teachers and support staff. However, we often need to recruit additional team members for various EFL jobs and roles during busy periods.
Celtic cares about its staff, students and sustainability. We were the first English language teaching centre to become a Real Living Wage employer in the UK. We are the first and only private organisation recipient of the Gold Level Fairplay Employer Award with Chwarae Teg and we have a Green Growth Pledge with the Welsh Government. We care about equality, diversity and sustainability.
Some of the benefits of working for Celtic include:
We are particularly interested if you share the same core beliefs as us. We believe that our team should be:
To know more about us visit Who We Are page.
You could submit a speculative application for one of our EFL jobs. To do this, please send your Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter to [email protected]. We will keep speculative applications on file. However, we do encourage you to regularly keep an eye on this page where you will find information about our current vacancies or upcoming opportunities and EFL jobs with us.
We have a core team of teachers that work year-round. We also recruit additional teachers during the high season or for group stays. To provide our students with the best possible experience, we can only consider applicants who:
We recognise that everyone has to start somewhere. An internship with Celtic can help give students or graduates a chance to experience the world of work. An internship with us can be a valuable experience, especially if you are interested in working long-term in the EFL industry or a related field.
We always value the time that interns spend with us and the contributions that they make to our organisation. We often recruit our interns through speculative interest. If you are interested, please send your CV and covering letter to [email protected].
We also offer an Internship Programme.
We often recruit additional staff for summer programmes during the high season between June and September. In the summer months, we often look for:
If you are interested in working with us during the summer months, please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to [email protected] to make a speculative application.
Posted: 8th February
The main role of a Summer Social Activity Leader is to engage with the students and, in turn, make sure that the students engage with all aspects of the programme – classes, activities and excursions. This means communicating, interacting, and generally being alongside the students in making sure that they are happy, involved, and having fun. Most importantly, ensuring that safeguarding practices are upheld at all times.
As a Summer Social Activity Leader, you will need to ensure the successful delivery of activities onsite and offsite. As well as leading activities and excursions, SAL’s are always expected to perform to a high standard of physical, emotional and social care for the students.
Upon the completion of the role, there is an opportunity for Activity Leaders to be included within the international learning exchange programme, Taith.
Contract: 4 – 6 Weeks
Purpose: Junior Summer Residential Programme
Salary: £490 – £545 a week (£10.90 per hour)
Start Date: 9th July – 20th August 2023
Training date: 8th July 2023 (full day in person) / half-day online training (date TBC)
Positions Available: 12 (depending on student numbers)
Working hours: Average of 50 hours a week with a day and half off. There may be times where you exceed the minimum hours
To apply: please complete your application via this link
We have a large office team at Celtic. This means we can offer a high staff to student ratio. Therefore, we are able to deliver the quality service and personal attention that we promise to give to each student. Our office roles include:
Keep an eye on our current vacancies or you can speculatively email [email protected] with your CV and a covering letter.
Posted: 31st July
Deadline: Midnight Friday 11th August 2023
As a project officer, you will assume the duty of providing clerical and administrative support for both daily tasks and long-term projects in order to optimize workflow procedures in the projects department.
You will assist colleagues and executives by supporting them with planning and distributing information, attending meetings, completing applications and reports, and networking and coordinating with outside agencies. You will be the point of reference for all project queries, requests, or issues and will be an integral part of the projects department.
You will be required to communicate effectively and professionally with external stakeholders, be IT literate, and have excellent problem-solving skills.
Job Title: Project Officer
Contract Hours: 37.5 per week
Salary: £22,000 – £25,000 pro-rata
To apply: please read the complete job description and complete your application via this link
Our Commitment to Safeguarding
We expect all staff to actively engage in looking after under 18s safely.
Please note that all staff at Celtic English Academy must adhere to the Academy’s commitment to safeguarding. Any offer of work will require:
✔ Satisfactory references
✔ A valid, enhanced DBS check.
Reference requests will ask if there is any reason why the applicant should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18. Any gaps in CV must be explained satisfactorily. Proof of identity and qualifications will be required during the recruitment process.
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