Job Opening (Casual Tutor)

UTS’s School of International Studies seeks to hire a somebody to teach in their Francophone Studies division. The job entails teaching beginner, intermediate and advanced level French language and culture classes as well as supervising students via distance (email/skype) as they complete research projects (in English) during their study abroad year. Candidates must be willing and prepared to teach in a Francophone-centric program that prepares students to study abroad in France, Quebec and Switzerland. The ability to do research-informed teaching in one or more of the following areas is an asset: visual culture, performance studies, everyday culture, spatial studies. Candidates must have near-native French and English.

For further information or to apply, please contact Julie Robert; or 02 9514 1287.

Assistantships in Metropolitan France and Overseas Departments for 2015-2016

Applications are now being accepted for teaching assistantships in France and Overseas Departments for 2015-2016.  

This programme is aimed at students who intend to become French or English language teachers, or teachers with little to no experience. It is not meant for experienced teachers.

This programme is now also open to students of other disciplines (such as commerce, medicine, engineering) who can demonstrate a competence in French but seek to increase their linguistic and cultural proficiency. To apply, students must have completed at least two years of university studies at the time of appointment (ie. October 2015).

In their applications, candidates are given the opportunity to express a preferred geographical location and an educational sector.

Positions available

About 50 positions are offered to Australian nationals.

Eligibility criteria

Candidates must be Australian citizens. Permanent residents are not eligible.

Candidates should be between 20 and 35 years of age at the time of taking up their positions (from 1 October 2015).

Candidates must be enrolled at university at the time of application. Candidates must have completed at least two years of university studies.

Candidates must have some knowledge of French in order to be able to communicate easily in everyday life.

Candidates should preferably be single, as the salary of an assistant is not adequate to support dependents.