Work for us

Why work for us?

English UK is the national association of English language teaching centres. Our small, friendly and diverse team is based in central London but works closely with educators, agents and service providers both across the UK and around the world as part of the lively international education industry.

We have over 400 members in the state and private sectors, from small privately-run schools to language centres in colleges and universities, and our mission is to lead the UK ELT industry to success through innovation and intelligence.

To do this we: promote UK ELT around the world; offer professional development and business support; develop industry intelligence and market insight; represent and lobby on behalf of our members and the wider UK education industry; and run the rigorous Accreditation UK inspection scheme with the British Council to ensure quality.

Our brand, events and activities enjoy a reputation for excellence and our hard working team delivers an exceptional number of high quality initiatives. And in 2018 we embark on an exciting new strategy that prioritises leadership across our activities and will entail innovative changes, from new data intelligence initiatives to an enhanced digital presence.

The work is interesting and varied, and as part of a small team, everyone has real responsibility and the opportunity to develop and learn. Working with English UK offers great benefits, including a generous pension scheme and training allowance.

Current vacancies


 

Marketing Communications Intern

If you are tech/digital savvy, hard working, organised, keen to gain experience of marketing and communications, and are part of an EU scheme such as Leonardo da Vinci or Erasmus, we would love to hear from you.

The marketing communications intern will primarily undertake project work, researching, proposing and implementing projects from implementing a catalogue system for images, graphics and other digital assets, to reviewing social media audiences enhancing marketing contacts and ensuring data compliance.

Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis, the next position will run from February 2018 to September 2018.

 

Events and Training Intern

If you are computer literate, great with people, good at record keeping, keen to gain experience of delivering events and training, and are part of an EU scheme such as Leonardo da Vinci or Erasmus, we would love to hear from you.

The events and training intern will support the administration of event, conference and training day bookings including data input and written correspondence with delegates. They will provide pre-event and on-site support for a range of events. This will require occassional evening and weekend work.

Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis, the next position will run from February 2018 to September 2018.