We see Scotland as a welcoming place where non-native English speakers have the language skills and confidence to live fulfilling lives.
We provide accessible and relevant ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) learning opportunities for adults, supporting integration, employability and personal development.
We support ESOL practitioners and learners to have their views heard.
We welcome all non-native English speakers, including asylum seekers, refugees, economic migrants and members of settled communities.
Our Volunteer Tutor Project recruits, trains and supports ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Language) tutors to work with disadvantaged adults who have no or insufficient access to suitable tuition.
For more information, please visit glasgowesol.org
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with an extensive experience of teaching ESOL for the position of development worker for our Volunteer Tutor Project. Your role will be recruit, train and support volunteers in Glasgow ESOL Forum’s Volunteer Tutor Project. You will contribute to the development of a national network of co-ordinators of ESOL volunteers, across Scotland. Your experience will sustain our volunteer-run, community-based ESOL provision by maintaining good relationships with our partners, our volunteers and our learners.
All applicants will be educated to degree level, or equivalent and have an ESOL qualification and have experience in teaching adults.