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Exciting opportunities for teachers, managers, student services and other ELT Professionals in NEAS Endorsed Centres.

Current Job Listings

Company: NEAS
Location: Sydney
Position: Operations Manager

Position Details

NEAS is seeking the services of an Operations Manager – Quality Assurance working from home with the ability to travel and work onsite as required based in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Perth with a remit to manage a team of Quality Assessors and conduct Quality Assurance visits and assessments in Australia and abroad (both virtually and onsite).  A background in teaching, management, compliance and quality assurance education in any of the post-high school education sectors (ie: TAFE, ELICOS, higher and private vocational education) will be highly regarded.

Your duties will include managing a small team of Quality Assessors and Quality Assurance and Accreditation visits for ASQA, ELICOS and RTO’s, representing NEAS at conferences locally and overseas, the delivery of professional development workshops and seminars and participation in the annual NEAS Conference in Sydney in May each year.  Other elements will include coordinating special projects and the delivery of consultancy services involving teacher qualifications and best practice in English Language Teaching.

Advanced written and verbal communications, advanced computer and customer service skills are a must! Candidates must have a home office that meets OHS requirements. Minimum qualifications:  A Post-Graduate Qualification in TESOL, a TAE Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) OR its successor, the TAE40116 and a Diploma in Quality Auditing or equivalent.

Full time package value  is $85,500 plus superannuation, four weeks leave,  travel benefits and the opportunity to participate in a charity FBT scheme. Part time and consultancy work is at pro rata.

To submit your application please send through your CV and application letter, REF: OPERATIONS MANAGER to [link removed] by 11 January 2021.

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Company: ELICOS Teacher (Full Time) Bilingual Mandarin Language Speaking – Union Institute of Language
Location: Springfield, QLD
Position: ELICOS Teacher (Full Time) Bilingual Mandarin Language Speaking

Position Details

Contact Name Anne McDougall
Contact Email
Contact Phone Number +61 407 038 982
Position Description Union Institute of Language (UIL) [CRICOS Provider No: 02529F | ABN: 61 103 721 759] is a TEQSA registered, NEAS accredited English Language College committed to providing high quality English courses, study tours and homestay to international students of all ages from around the world. UIL has campuses in Springfield, Cairns and overseas and is seeking a full time ELICOS teacher starting from 11 January 2021 to be based at the Springfield Campus. A bilingual Chinese speaking teacher is required for this role to assist in the effective teaching of Chinese speaking students both arriving at UIL in Australia and most particularly during the current pandemic when students are learning online to begin their education pathway prior to international borders reopening.

Qualifications and other requirements:

• Must have a minimum of a Masters Qualifications in Educational Studies (or equivalent) focusing on the teaching of underage students from an Australian University.
• Must have a minimum of 4 years English teaching experience of both school age and adult international students.
• Must have offshore English teaching experience in Mainland China or Taiwan.
• Must be fluent in mandarin and be very familiar with Chinese culture and customs to assist successful transitioning of Chinese speaking students into UIL classrooms on arrival in Australia and in helping manage online students where bilingual assistance is critical to ensure student engagement and solving issues in the virtual classroom.
• Must be experienced in delivering “face to face” online English programs in a Virtual classroom situation.
• Must be prepared to travel to regional locations in Queensland to teach both long-term English programs and short-term study tours to international students.
• Must be able to interact with the parents of student’s and overseas institutions in Mandarin regarding the student’s progress.
• Must be prepared to teach the required shifts that meet the needs of our offshore and onshore students. This may include evening and weekend classes both in and outside of the classroom.
• Must be highly component with student management database usage.
• Must have significant experience using the online teaching platform Microsoft Teams and Zoom videoconferencing tools.

Main task and duties include:

• Teach classes in English to our international students arriving from overseas including mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Vietnam and Indonesia to name a few.
• Prepare daily lesson plans and relevant teaching materials for English courses.
• Deliver the teaching program for our international students as directed by the senior academic manager.
• Conduct assessment into the extent of language difficulties in our international students for whom English is a second language in accordance with regulations.
• Teaching our international students individually and in small groups out of the regular classroom and assisting students within normal classroom settings.
• Teaching our international students English language skills involves using a variety of teaching methodologies both in and out of the classroom with both face to face and complementary online teaching components. All under 18yr old students participate in an outdoor education program with program commitments often outside normal week day hours.
• Designing and producing teaching materials and adapting existing materials; and preparing course outlines and goals.
• Assigning lessons, correcting homework, and preparing and grading exams.
• Maintain an academic record of student’s progress.
• Ensure student results are recorded with minimal delay between assessment, correction, recording and archiving.
• Analysing, recording and reporting progress to regular classroom teachers, parents and students.
• Develop and write components of curriculum as directed.
• Provide assistance and support to other teachers e.g. Sharing resources and information, and by designing special teaching programs for students with English language difficulties.
• Provide information on academic issues and absenteeism to relevant staff.
• Attend staff meetings, relevant teacher meetings and professional development sessions.

Additional tasks when the need arise:
• Provide students with assistance in managing specific areas of learning difficulty and providing support to ensure the student is able to overcome various barrier to more effective academic progression where required.
• Ensure student attendance and punctuality is accurately recorded in accordance with institution policy.
• Closely monitor student progress and wellbeing informing academic manager as required.
• Apply institution disciplinary policy to students who display inappropriate behaviour and provide documentary evidence of breaches in policy.
• Input into course design and curriculum development for our Study Tour teaching modules as required.
• Liaising with student services and homestay staff as required to communicate student issues.
• Participate in out of class student enrichment activities.

Salary Range:
$56,000 – $66,000 p.a. depending on qualifications and experience.

Application closing date:
Please email applications to the Principal Anne McDougall on before 31 December 2020 for a 11 January 2021 start.

Company: Full-time/Part-time ELT professional instructors Malaysia
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya, Johor Bahru, UPM Campus - Serdang
Position: English Language Instructor

Position Details

Full-time/Part-time ELT professional instructors who are TESOL/TESL qualified with at least 5 years of teaching experience. Responsibilities cover planning, teaching and evaluating classes according to the ELS curriculum, and being part of an active and energetic team of highly effective educators who themselves are learners and role models.

Contact – 

Contact number – 60377336074

Company: ACE Cambodia
Location: Cambodia
Position: Teachers

Position Details

Exciting teaching opportunities exist for fully-qualified native level English-speaking teachers at the Australian Centre for Education within IDP Education Cambodia at four campuses in Phnom Penh and one in Siem Reap. Children’s Program, Young Learners Program, General English Program, Business English Program and English for Academic Program teachers with at least one year experience are preferred as are teachers with current IELTS examiner status and teachers with experience using Moodle.

Details of Position

ACE is the largest, longest established, most respected, and best equipped ELT institute in Cambodia and has 200 teachers and over 20,000 students.
Would you like to teach in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap, in Cambodia, a country located in the heart of South East Asia and ASEAN? There are exciting teaching opportunities for fully qualified native level English-speaking teachers at the Australian Centre for Education Cambodia at three campuses in Phnom Penh and one in Siem Reap province.

Phnom Penh is a bustling city that is developing fast, with excellent facilities for foreigners, and perhaps the best, and cheapest restaurants in South East Asia. Siem Reap was voted a top Tourist Destination of 2015, and is a delightful place to live and work, with the magnificent temples of Angkor just a short ride away. The spirit and essence of old French Indo-China is preserved in a country, which at the same time, has one of the fastest growing economies in ASEAN.

Cambodia is a great place to live and work, why don’t you give it a try?
We are looking for YL, GEP, BEP and EAP teachers, those with at least one years experience are preferred as are teachers with current IELTS examiner status and teachers with experience using Moodle. A minimum commitment of 12 months is required.


ACE is accredited by NEAS, an Australian ESL industry standards body, and the minimum requirement for all applicants is an undergraduate degree plus a CELTA, or accredited equivalent.

All applicants will be required to provide original or acceptable certified copies of certificates. An equivalent ESL qualification should contain at least 120 hours of classroom instruction, usually intensive over a four-week period, a practical teaching component and should be accredited by a recognized body. ACE is unable to process applications which do not meet these requirements.

Salary and Benefits

  • Highly competitive salary
  • Most liberalised employment and tax regime in region
  • Group accident and hospital and surgical medical insurance cover
  • Highly motivated Cambodian and International students
  • Extensive teachers’ resource centres, at international standards
  • Teacher professional development sessions offered each term
  • Comfortable and modern teaching environment
  • 22.5 teaching hours a week

ACE is an initiative of IDP and is committed to protecting the rights of children and may request evidence of current police clearance.

Please send the following documents to

  • Your updated CVs & Cover letter
  • Certificates along with the transcript
  • Degrees together with transcript
  • A valid passport pages

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

For more information about ACE, please check our website