Why work for TIE?
How do you want to spend your summer? Well, you could flip burgers, serve beer to drunk people, restock shelves in your local supermarket or…
…see the delighted faces of kids when they have an unforgettable experience with TIE. With TIE? Of course, with! YOU help to make the experience unforgettable and make a difference to their lives. They will remember their two weeks for a long time, and you can be a part of this.
We are looking for EFL teachers, activity leaders, managers and house parents to make the schools and camps run smoothly during the summer. Recruitment usually starts in January each year and the process is pretty straightforward:
TIE has its own employment portal, We@tie, and you will need to register on there. If you have already registered, then simply go onto the portal, look at the jobs and see if there is something for you.
The serious stuff
Our students are children and, remember, parents are sending their precious children to be looked after by people they don’t know, to a place they have never been to.
We have a duty of care and a legal obligation to make sure we are hiring the right people. This means that successful candidates will need to supply two referees, and we will need to do a background check. Make sure you have no gaps in CVs/employment history, or you can explain that you were inter-railing around Scandinavia for a month or volunteering in Botswana.
You must be eligible to work in the country where the school or camp is located. TIE cannot sponsor visa applications.
Remember, though, if you are an EU-based applicant who wants to work in the UK, and you have worked in the UK before, you may be entitled to apply for a Frontier Work Permit.
It’s free to apply for – and you can’t say that very often about immigration services. So if this is you, get cracking, and don’t wait till a month before the summer…it takes a bit of time
All staff will get:
- access to MS 365/Teams
- a goodie bag
- pre-arrival and onsite training
- full support from Head Office
Our staff are valuable to us – without you, we have no school or camp.