Jobs at Lewis School
Junior Centres Manager
We are now recruiting for the position of Junior Centres Manager. This is a varied role working with multiple stakeholders. Experience in the administration and management of junior summer centres, and confidence with IT is essential. You will ideally also have TEFLQ status. To apply for a position please complete the form below. Starting salary: £30,000 + statutory annual leave. If you have any queries contact Alistair Walker, Director, at email@example.com. Please note that applicants who submit only a CV by email will be required to complete the application form.
We are also accepting applications for short-term temporary positions at our Adult School. To apply for a position please complete the form below. Please note that applicants who submit only a CV by email will be required to complete the application form.
Junior Centres – Temporary Positions
We are accepting applications for occasional, temporary work with year-round junior groups in Southampton.
Why Lewis School?
You’ll be working in a well-established language school with a reputation for quality. The Lewis School of English is accredited by the British Council and ISI, and achieved excellent results in our recent inspections in 2015 and 2016. We are also members of English UK and Quality English, are recognised as an Investor in People, and recently celebrated 40 years in business.
It is our policy to enquire about any gaps in CVs and to request two professional references for each applicant.
Visas & Right to Work in the UK
All candidates will be required to produce documentation to prove that they are eligible to work in the UK. Due to the temporary nature of our summer contracts, we cannot consider any applicants who do not possess the required visa status and/or work permit for the UK.
Swiss and EEA nationals can live in the UK without needing to apply for permission from the Home Office. Croatian nationals may need to apply for permission from the Home Office before they can work in the UK. For more information, see the UK Government website.
Criminal Records Checks
Lewis School is committed to safeguarding its students. All staff employed to work with us that may come into contact with under 18s will be required to undergo appropriate suitability checks, such as DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service, England and Wales), Protecting Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) or a police certificate of good conduct.
Lewis School is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity in our workforce.
For more information about applying for a role at our school, download our Recruitment Procedure.
If you have any questions or would like any further information, please email Al Clunnie, Human Resources Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.