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  1. xiaoen's Avatar
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    (residential and non-residential positions

    EFL Teacher positions available- ONLY APRIL POSITIONS AVAILABLE

    OSCARS International are a British Council accredited organisation who operate courses for junior students aged 7-17 across the UK. We are seeking outgoing, dynamic and committed staff to work for us in a variety of roles running programmes for small residential and non-residential groups based in London (Newland Park, Chalfont). Short term contracts are available in April.

    We have the following roles available:

    EFL Teachers - London (residential and non-residential positions available)

    Hello everybody,
    I can not understand the blue part very well.
    This is my understanding: we hire British teachers (born in the UK) and non-British teachers (maybe born in Asia or other European countries.)

    Am I right?

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    Re: (residential and non-residential positions

    No. It means that some of the jobs are with accomodation.
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