Applying for jobs with the British Council for Hong Kong, Singapore and others!

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Hi Everyone!

I received this email from the British Council about jobs and how to apply for them. Read it through and see if you qualify for their jobs. Applications must be in soon! See below!

If you are applying for a post from our website

http://www.britishcouncil.org/learning-teachingjobs.htm and have sent
through your completed professional profile, please take this email as
confirmation of us having received it.

Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted after the relevant
closing dates.

If you have sent a CV through, please note that we cannot accept this as a
formal application, and we would ask you to visit our website
(http://www.britishcouncil.org/learning-teachingjobs.htm) and download the
professional profile. Completed professional profiles for positions in East
Asia should be sent to:

EAteacher.Recruitment@britishcouncil.org.sg by the specified deadline. If
you are applying for more than one position, please only submit one profile
and indicate your order of preferences.

The professional profile can be downloaded from:
http://www.britishcouncil.org/professionalprofile.doc and our minimum entry
requirements for general teaching posts are:

* A first degree in any subject or equivalent
* A recognised TEFL certificate i.e. Cambridge CELTA, Trinty TESOL or
equivalent
* At least 2 years of full-time relevant TEFL experience (after attaining
the CELTA/TESOL/equivalent qualification)
* A high proficiency in English
* Qualifications and teaching experience requirements for different age
groups may vary from centre to centre (Please see the job description on our
website for more information)

Should your email relate to any other matter, we will try to respond to you
within three working days.



Current job opportunities in East Asia:

* Early Years Teacher (Hong Kong) Deadline 2 May 2010 (5pm UK time)
* Teacher of English (HCMC) Deadline 7 May 2010 (for 31 May start) 9am
BST
* PDU Coordinator (KL) Deadline 7 May 2010 (5pm Singapore Time)

Batch Recruitment posts (all closing on the 14 May 2010 9am UK time), please
note that if you are applying for one of these posts, please ensure that you
have clearly indicated your order of preferences and that you have only
submited one application form. Should you be shortlisted for an interview,
regardless of the number of posts that you are applying for, you are likely
to only be interviewed once-should the job descriptions be similar and by
your indicated first or second preference centre. Interviews will be
conducted between the 24 May-30 May.

* Teacher of English (HCMC)
* Teacher of English (Hanoi)
* Teacher of English (Hong Kong)
* Adults Coordinator I (Hong Kong)
* Adults Coordinator IELTS II (Hong Kong)

Best wishes,

Regional Teacher Recruitment team (East Asia)




The British Council is the United Kingdom's international organisation for
educational opportunities and cultural relations. We are a registered
charity; 209131 (England and Wales) SC037733 (Scotland). We build engagement
and trust for the UK through the exchange of knowledge and ideas between
people worldwide.
Yes it is a very long application (11 pages!) and found most of it's asking if you British-specific teaching qualifitcations/or very seniour accolades. Anything to get us a really great job in Hong Kong though, fingers crossed!