Established by the Government in 1989, The Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) has five academic units, namely the School of Arts & Social Sciences, Lee Shau Kee School of Business & Administration, School of Education & Languages, School of Science & Technology, and the Li Ka Shing Institute...

Established by the Government in 1989, The Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) has five academic units, namely the School of Arts & Social Sciences, Lee Shau Kee School of Business & Administration, School of Education & Languages, School of Science & Technology, and the Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional & Continuing Education. Through them, we provide full-time and part-time programmes at undergraduate, post-graduate, and sub-degree levels.

Today we have over 9,000 full-time and 10,000 part-time students with more than 220 programmes of studies. The OUHK spirit is a culmination of a relentless pursuit of academic excellence and a creative approach to learning and teaching. Reaching out to our next generation and across the borders through advanced web technologies has been our principal goal in the past years.

As one of the five academic units of the OUHK, the LiPACE is a dynamic, market-oriented and fast growing continuing education provider. With the mission of promoting life-long learning, the LiPACE offers a variety of flexible and high-quality educational opportunities, with an emphasis on face-to-face teaching, to the public for personal development, career advancement and appreciation of life. These include professional and training programmes, full-time programmes (e.g. Diploma Yi Jin, Diploma and Higher Diploma), full-time/part-time degree and masters programmes in collaboration with overseas institutions, and the Capacity Building Mileage Programme (a flexible learning project designed to equip women with a positive mindset and develop their potentials) in collaboration with the Women’s Commission.

Part-time Instructors (English)

Job level Entry
Work exp Minimum 1 Year
Education Bachelor Degree
Location Kwai Hing
Employment type Part Time
Industry Education / Training
Job function Education / Training > Tutor / Teaching Assistant
Published On 03/11/2016
ref. 16-PTI-330-O

We are now inviting application(s) for the following posts in the LiPACE:

Part-time Instructors (English) (Ref.: 16-PTI-330-O)

Duties

The appointees will be responsible for

  1. conducting English learning and teaching activities at senior secondary level (in an EDB pilot scheme programme on vocation English) on a part-time basis (day-time);
  2. conducting assessment activities and marking of assessment papers;
  3. assisting in course material development;
  4. participating in professional development programme activities.

Requirements

Applicants should have a Bachelor degree in English or English language education, with at least one year’s experience in teaching secondary school English. Applicants should also have a relevant English teaching qualification, such as Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Majoring in English). Immediate availability will be an advantage.

All shortlisted applicants may be invited to have teaching demonstration during the interview.

Terms of Appointment

Successful candidates will be appointed on temporary part-time fixed term contract. Benefits will be provided in accordance with the statutory provisions.

Application Procedures

Please complete the “Application Form for Part-time Instructor / Tutorship”, which is obtainable from the University's website (http://www.ouhk.edu.hk/jobs), and send it together with your CV to the Administration Unit, LiPACE, The Open University of Hong Kong by e-mail (lipace_recruit@ouhk.edu.hk) (Please quote the reference number in your application).

Deadline: 23 November 2016

General information about the University is available on the University’s website http://www.ouhk.edu.hk. Personal data provided by job applicants will be handled strictly in accordance with the University’s Personal Data Privacy Policy. The “Personal Data (Privacy) Notice for Job Applicant” is also available on the above website. Applicants who are not contacted by the University by the end of January 2017 may consider their applications unsuccessful.