Capital Regional Language Center is looking for language teachers. If you are looking for part-time work, flexible scheduling, and the most motivated students in the Capital Region, you should apply! Please read the information below and, if interested, email us (email@example.com) a cover letter, your resume, and 2 references.
Capital Region Language Center, a woman-owned (NYS WBE), local business with locations in Colonie and Troy, offers English as a Second Language (ESL) and world language training to children and adults, in addition to providing language training for schools and corporations. Our instructors all have native or near-native fluency in the languages they teach.
Language instructors teach the target language to students aged 3 through adults. Teachers support, observe, and record the progress of their class. They also plan lessons in line with school objectives and the Capital Region Language Center mission with the aim of ensuring a healthy culture of learning.
A teacher must also keep up to date with developments in their subject area, new resources, methods, and school objectives. The role involves liaising and networking with other professionals and family members of students, both informally and formally.
Some of the job duties include:
Work Schedule: Varies
Capital Region Language Center is open Monday through Friday 8 AM – 9 PM and Saturdays from 8 AM – 12 PM.
Teachers submit their availability.
Employment in New York State is “at will” meaning that, at any time, an employee can be terminated for no reason. Along the same lines, employees may leave a job at any time with no reason.
Covenant to Not Compete document which outlines confidentiality of information. Employee Handbook Acknowledgement Acknowledgment of Communication and Technology Acknowledgement of Workplace Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Policy
Capital Region Language Center values diversity and abides by federal, state and local law in admission, employment and all services and programs provided. It does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion/creed, disability, age, national/ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or any other condition established by law.