English language teacher | DIY Training Center

English language teacher | DIY Training Center
English language teacher | DIY Training Center
English language teacher | DIY Training Center

 Vacancy 1

Job title:

 English language teacher.

  • Qualifications: 
  1. Bachelor of English language.
  2. Experience: 1 year

 Vacancy 2

Job title: 

English language teacher

  • Qualifications: 
  1. Master of English language.
  2. Experience: 5 years

Closing date: 25/4/2023



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 What does an English teacher do?

English teachers work at schools and other institutions. They teach the principles of the English language, using different methods to deliver successful courses. English teacher responsibilities can vary based on the academic level and native language of the students.

English teacher responsibilities include:
  • Planning course material and activities
  • Assessing the students’ progress (e.g. homework, exam grades, etc.)
  • Building trusting relationships with students, parents, and other staff

 Job brief

We are looking for an experienced English teacher to join our bright team. If you love English and have the ability to teach the language with patience and tact, let’s meet.

Your main goal will be to create a supportive learning environment that will help your students meet their learning goals. Through interesting and diverse methods, you’ll teach them the important rules of reading, writing, and speaking in English. You’ll oversee their progress by tracking their assignment and exam grades, in order to provide useful feedback.


  1. Organize classroom lectures and coursework
  2. Prepare materials and activities
  3. Assign homework and interesting exercises
  4. Identify students with special requirements and create individualized plans
  5. Determine exam and assignment grades
  6. Provide feedback based on workload and classroom behavior
  7. Keep a record of students’ attendance and grades
  8. Research new language teaching methods
  9. Manage classroom crises and resolve conflict
  10. Inform parents about their children’s performance
  11. Collaborate with teaching staff and administrators to foster a good student experience

 Requirements and skills

  • Previous experience as an English teacher
  • Knowledge of various teaching methods
  • Deep understanding of the national curriculum and English language requirements
  • Exceptional organizational and communication skills
  • A patient and resilient personality
  • Dedication to students and education
  • BSc/BA in English Language or English Literature; MSc is a plus

 Teacher Interview Questions

Your interviews with potential teachers for your grade school, middle school, or high school should be tailored to the needs of each classroom. Ask questions that zero in on the proven experience with the grade level and subject matter as described in the job description.

For example, if you’re looking for an English teacher, use specific English teacher interview questions (e.g. where would you begin teaching English to first-time students in the English subject?) Other possible interview questions for teachers who specialize in specific subjects would revolve around their own experience and motivation regarding this subject (e.g. “What was the latest piece of French literature you’ve read?” would assess the motivation of teachers of the French language).

Generally, when you’re choosing questions for teacher interviews, think about how you can evaluate what can’t be found on the candidates’ resumes. You want to find out why they’re interested in your school, what unique qualities they can bring to your team, and what motivates them to do well as educators. This is also a way to get a sense of their relevant interpersonal skills such as how they would discipline students, communicate with parents, and work with leadership to create a positive learning environment for students.

To help you evaluate these critical skills, we collected a set of effective teacher interview questions to ask candidates. Keep in mind that most of the questions in this list can also be used as substitute teacher interview questions since the same standards apply to those teachers as well.

Operational and Situational questions

Check out these common teacher interview questions to prepare for a teaching interview with your best candidates:
  • When did you decide to become a teacher, and why did you choose this profession?
  • Why do you want to teach this grade level?
  • What do you like about teaching [subject]?
  • What’s your least favorite subject to teach? How did you overcome your lack of interest in order to teach this subject well?
  • What clubs or organizations did you belong to as a student?
  • Are you interested in coaching or advising on any extracurricular activities? Which ones and why?
  • Describe a recent lesson plan that you put together. How does this guide your teaching?
  • How do your lesson plans help you teach to state standards?
  • How do you prepare students for standardized assessments?
  • What methods have been effective in teaching your subject matter to this grade level?
  • What’s your experience with IEPs? How do you ensure that you’re meeting the needs of a student with an IEP?
  • How do you encourage classroom participation?
  • Describe a time you had to discipline a student. How did you handle it?
  • Describe a time you had to calm down an angry parent.
  • What’s your approach to communicating with parents? What methods have worked well for you?
  • As a teacher, how would you support building a positive and safe learning environment for your students?
  • Describe a time you disagreed with a major decision made by school leadership. How did you respond?
  • How did you find your visit to our school? What makes you want to work here?