Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is the 3rd largest employer on the island providing year-round employment opportunities. With over 100 members of staff, we welcome applications from those who would like to be part of an encouraging working community, where the language is valued and there is an understanding of the importance of team in promoting and maintain the Gaelic language. Equalities is at the heart of Sabhal Mòr and we want everyone to have the opportunity to work through the medium of Gaelic. With that in mind, we wish to have an inclusive environment in which everyone, whatever their disability, age, care experience, gender, nationality or identity, is able to participate without constraint.
Housekeeping Assistant / Full-time
£8.75 per hour (£15,925 per annum)
Do you enjoy working in a busy place as part of a lively team? We have a full-time position in our Hospitality Department and would like to hear from you. Training will be given to all as well as the opportunity to learn or improve your Gaelic. Applicant will be required to go through Disclosure Scotland.
Applications to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 09.03.2018
External Examiner for STREAP
We are seeking to make the appointment of an External Examiner for our successful STREAP Programme, postgraduate teaching certificate in Gaelic medium education, to start immediately. This post will normally be for a period of 4 years but will be dependent on continued funding from Scottish Government.
This postgraduate programme was developed jointly by Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI, and the University of Aberdeen, in consultation with key staff from local authorities and experienced Gaelic medium teachers. Both the development and delivery of this programme have been funded by the Scottish Government. Our STREAP programme aims to meet the needs of fully qualified educationalists who want to enhance and extend professional practice in the teaching of subject/stage through the medium of Gaelic.
The programme covers a range of theoretical, historical and policy perspectives – interpretive, social, creative – relating to immersion and bilingual teaching and the promotion of Gaelic Medium Education.
It develops participants’ personal Gaelic language skills, competence and confidence in classroom practice and critical reflection in the Gaelic medium context.
We require an examiner who currently works on related courses within Higher Education, who is fluent in Gaelic and experience of Gaelic Medium Education. However, we will consider candidates with other relevant experience.
To express interest please send a current CV to Catriona MacDonald at the University of Aberdeen at email@example.com.
There may be further employment oppertunities available on the Gaelic version of this page.
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Listen to this sound file and try out some simple Gaelic phrases that will be useful for you if starting at the College with little or no Gaelic. Go on, give it a go!