We are always looking for academic and industry leading professionals to join our expanding team. Make your next career move with Oxmedica GE via one of our current opportunities (below).
At Oxmedica, we believe in high quality and impactful learning and look to bring make education accessible for students from around the world. We do this through our partnerships with leading global organisations and educational institutions.
We specialise in the provision of highly educated and high calibre professionals and educators alike. With UK offices in London, Oxford, Cambridge and an established international reach, we focus on ensuring that our programs exceed the expectations of Government, Commercial and Private Clients.
We adopt a vigorous approach to screening, vetting and validating potential applicants. Our structured recruitment process effectively identifies critical candidate qualities and requisite skill sets, which are fundamental in driving Oxmedica GE’s mission.
Oxmedica 2019 International Summer Program, KSA
Applications are now being accepted for our 2019 international teaching program held in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Dates: 4-26th July 2019
Application Deadline: 1st March 2019
Overview: An international 3-week teaching program held in KSA. Our tutors lead and deliver innovative teaching courses to a specially selected cohort of the Kingdom’s most academically able 14-17 year olds.
Benefits: Competitive salary, return airfare, full-board accommodation, opportunity to forge relationships with the most promising students, researchers and academics across a global landscape
Tutor vacancies across the following disciplines are available:
STEM tutors will be considered for the following subject areas:
- Medical & Surgical Sciences
- Stem Cell Biology
- Regenerative Medicine
- Artificial Intelligence
- Computer Science
- App development
- Cybersecurity & Cryptology
Academic English Tutors
Tutor positions are available for those interested in teaching Academic English. The Academic English course focuses on a number of key areas including writing and vocabulary, rhetoric & argument, presentation skills and communication.
Welfare & Support Officers
Positions are available for interested parties with specialist welfare backgrounds. Student Support and Welfare Officers provide critical support to students enrolled in the program and offer guidance and casework intervention to help students overcome any difficulties faced during the program, either academically or otherwise.
The Student Support and Welfare Officers will work closely with the onsite executive management team.
How to Apply:
To apply for any of the positions listed above, please submit the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Brief covering letter or statement
- Current CV (1-2 pages)
For any further details, please feel free to contact us directly.
We regularly update our opportunities so please check this page regularly or contact us directly.
When does the application window close?
Applications are open until 17:00 GMT on Friday 1st March 2019.
Are all applications reviewed?
We review each and every application completely, so we encourage you to provide accurate and thorough information. There are no ‘standout’ factors that we look for, and you need not be distinctive on every dimension.
Do you need to hold a Master’s or PhD level qualification?
This is not an absolute pre-requisite, however an individual’s educational background, experience and achievements will be considered as part of the wider application.
Do you hold interviews?
Successful applicants are invited to interview in-person so the team can gain a better understanding of you as an individual.
Where are interviews held?
Interviews are held in London, UK. For international applicants, video-conferencing can be arranged.