UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)


Job vacancy: Short Course Language Tutors in Finnish, Slovak and Slovene

17 June 2024

The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is seeking to make appointments for short course language tutors in Finnish, Slovak and Slovene.

Job vacancy

About the role

The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is seeking to make three appointments: Finnish, Slovak and Slovene Short Course Language Tutors.  All Tutors will conduct, prepare lesson plans and carry out weekly teaching to students in the online Evening classes programme. Applicants must be able to start in October 2024. The postholders will prepare weekly lesson plans, deliver classes to students online, and set and mark self-study exercises for students. They will also maintain attendance lists and lodge copies of course syllabi and handouts used in teaching with the administrator. The postholders will also be expected to help assess and allocate students to the correct level. The appointment will be made on an as and when required basis (i.e. subject to there being sufficient number of students for the course to run) and classes will be confirmed at the start of each academic term.

About you

To carry out the duties effectively, the successful candidate must be qualified to teach the language as a foreign language and have complete fluency in the language to be taught. Previous experience in teaching language to adults and experience of teaching in the university sector is a must. The successful candidate should also have a fluent command of written and spoken English.

How To apply

To apply, please send your CV and a Supporting Statement to ssees.people@ucl.ac.uk.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Ramona Gonczol r.gonczol@ucl.ac.uk.

For any queries regarding the recruitment process please contact Madalina Rau m.rau@ucl.ac.uk.


This advert is open until 11.59pm on Sunday 7 July, however we may close the advert early if we receive a high volume of applications. Early application submission is recommended.