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08.03.2018 EN Summer camp teachers required for Akatemia - Kauniainen. Two-week session 30 hours per week (6 x 45 minutes per day);
Rates of pay dependent on experience but minimum is 30 euro per hour.

Duties: Teaching English to Russian/Chinese/Indonesian children on summer camps
Working with all the competencies
; may also need to prep for a Cambridge examination.
Material can be either teacher's own or provided course books
Helping students put together a final performance for a concert at the end of the second week
Training will be provided on use of all equipment at the college (language lab for instance).
Qualifications: Native Speaker of English; Degree or TEFL or TESOL qualified; Experience of exam preparation desirable
Contact: Kevin Gardner (kevin.gardner@akatemia.org)
08.03.2018 FI,EN Freelance Finnish editor/copywriter sought to join team of associates offering proofreading, editing, copywriting and language coaching services for a variety of industry and professional sectors. Prospective associates should have some industry or professional sector experience in communications activities and be interested in broadening the appeal of our team activities in different client sectors. Being broad-minded and open to exploring new opportunities is essential, along with a positive outlook. To discuss, contact Paul Allison (paul.allison@interpress.fi)