The International Space University 2016 Space Studies Program (SSP16) team for the 'Space English Access Course' (SEAC) is looking for an assistant position

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Michal Kesary

May 18, 2016, 3:03:26 AM5/18/16
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  • Experience and/or formal training in teaching/tutoring English as a second language, a special emphasis on Far East students is a plus. Preference will be given fro experience over formal training. 
  • Full availability for preparation and execution of the SEAC between June 28 and July 9
  • Availability for English morning sessions (3-4 days a week between 0800-0845) between July 10 and July 29. The SEAC assistant is requested to join the SSP16 core lectures given during the day at these dates (not mandatory, highly recommended)
  • Availability to discuss the SEAC activities with course lead by Skype prior to her arrival to the Technion

Working conditions:

  • Accommodation in the Technion dorms for mentioned periods (no mandatory)
  • 3 meals a day at the Technion campus restaurants for mentioned periods
  • Travel expenses for arrival and departure of the program  
  • Weekly stipends of 100 Euros for mentioned periods
  • An opportunity to join SSP16 and collaborate in future SSPs

Additional information about the SEAC program can be found in the following link.


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**please note: according to the Ministry of Interior's regulations, all international students must obtain a work permit in order to work in Israel.

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