Trinity Exam Co-ordinator (Hull, York and Bath)

Hull, York and Bath, United Kingdom
Entry Level

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Target English International

We run junior summer courses for English language students aged between 10 - 17. We have students from all over the world! The majority will be Italian, but we also have students from Spain, Portugal, Poland, Czech Republic, Argentina and Cyprus to name a few! Students usually stay for two weeks and take part in a mixed programme of lessons and activities/excursions which are run by Activity Leaders. 

Our Mission:

At Target English International we aim to provide our students with a comfortable and caring setting in the UK to improve their communication in English and develop skills for a more global society. We want our students to leave the course with a better understanding of UK culture and the inspiration to become life-long learners of English.

Overview of role:

Job Title: Trinity Exam Coordinator
Line Manager: Director of Studies/Centre Manager
Pay rate: Competitive salary plus full board accommodation if required and holiday pay

Dates: June to August. Fixed term contracts of 5 - 7 weeks
Hours: As required (typically 40 hours per week)

The Trinity Exam Coordinator (TEC) is responsible for the successful managing and implementation of the GESE Trinity Exam at the centre. The TEC will liaise with teachers, group leaders, Head Office Exam Coordinator as well as Trinity examiners to ensure the smooth organisation and running of the Trinity exam.

Our staff are without doubt our most valuable asset and our students frequently say the staff are one of the best things about their study holiday. We welcome new applicants but also value our returning staff, and to both we offer an attractive package that includes:

  • Competitive salary
  • Full-board accommodation if required
  • Holiday pay
  • Full induction on-site. (Managers are also required to attend our 2 day induction weekend held at the University of Hull before the start of your contract)
  • £10 a week returner’s increment (up to a maximum of 3 years)

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In line with safer recruitment, where roles require responsibility for, or substantial access to, under 18s, our recruitment procedure includes the following:

  • All references will be followed up
  • Reference requests ask specifically whether there is any reason that [the applicant] should not be engaged in situations where they have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18
  • All gaps in employment history must be explained satisfactorily
  • Proof of identity and right to work in the UK must be shown at interview
  • Proof of identity and copies of qualification certificates must be sent to head office prior to starting work and original copies must be taken to the centre
  • Suitability checks (Enhanced DBS checks or overseas equivalent) will be required prior to confirmation of appointment.
  • Staff will complete online Safeguarding and online Prevent training

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