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Lecturer English

El Sewedy Education - Th...
Cairo, Egypt

Lecturer English

Cairo, EgyptPosted 1 month ago
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To contribute to teaching and curriculum development in English for academic purposes, supporting students across all disciplines.

All role holders will have a growing reputation in their field which they will continue to develop. 
Alongside their primary role of delivering academic English modules, they will contribute to their 
academic community through scholarly activity, knowledge generation, knowledge exchange, 
networking, partnerships, and collaboration at an institutional, national and international level.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  1.  To take responsibility for the development and delivery of teaching, learning and assessment 
    of English for specific academic purposes across Knowledge Hub disciplines, including 
    Design, Media, Engineering & Computing.
  2. To demonstrate good practice in teaching, supporting learning, and assessment, using a 
    wide range of resources and appropriate pedagogic practice.
  3. To ensure that teaching is informed by current research in the relevant field and develops 
    the ability of students to engage in debate, critical discourse, and rational thinking.
  4. To contribute to the wider student experience e.g., through personal tutoring, participation 
    in recruitment, and involvement in employability initiatives.
  5. To reflect critically on personal teaching practice, implement improvements, and engage 
    actively with the quality monitoring and enhancement processes.
  6. To undertake work with a range of external partners and professional bodies/agencies in 
    Egypt and overseas where appropriate.
  7. To work effectively as a team member, contributing to committees and working groups, and 
    where appropriate supervising or mentoring other members of staff.
  8. To undertake professional development in support of both teaching and research.

AND such other duties as are within the scope and spirit of the job purpose, the title of the post and 
it's grading.


Supervision Received

EAP subject lead

Heads of School

Supervision Given

Assistant Lecturers 


Job Requirements


  • A good Honours Degree and a Master’s degree in Applied
  • Linguistics/TESOL or TEAP, a DELTA, or at a minimum a CELTA.
  • Detailed understanding and knowledge of academic theory and/or practice in the teaching of
  • English for academic purposes.

Teaching Experience

  • Some teaching experience at the higher education level with evidence of successful student learning outcomes
  • Experience of teaching and assessing EAP at foundation level or equivalent Or (If from Professional practice background) evidence of high-quality presentation skills, and evidence of coaching, or mentoring and teaching other professionals
  • Willingness to undertake a teaching qualification (if not already qualified)


  • Experience of working on research projects or contracts, supported by evidence of contribution to appropriate output, Or (If from Professional practice background) experience of professional practice/consultancy work including evidence of effective application of solutions to business/practice problems, with associated reports or other outputs

Job-related skills and capabilities

  • Ability to support the development and delivery of professional learning and development programs and contribute to other commercial activities associated with teaching,
  • Ability to develop and maintain successful external and internal networks to seed relationships for future business collaborations,
  • An appreciation of other cultures. the global reach of the University and its international agenda

Interpersonal Skills

  • Effective oral and written communication skills in both individual and group situations
  • Ability to work as a member of a team or group
  • Ability to relate to students with diverse backgrounds, ages and experience
  • Ability to relate to a range of external clients and partners of the university from the private/public/voluntary sectors

Other Requirements

  • Willingness to undertake academic activities in the evening when necessary, and participate in occasional weekend activities such as recruitment days
  • A willingness to travel locally, nationally, and internationally as required to undertake academic and related activities.
  • Ability to contribute to the development of the curriculum to include international and intercultural experiences

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