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February 15, 2010

Do you want to be an ELT TV star?

iatefl.jpegThe British Council / IATEFL are looking to recruit someone to join the team of live online presenters for the live broadcast from the IATEFL Conference in Harrogate, April 2010. The plan is to showcase the best of the conference and provide live interactive web coverage for remote participants around the globe with video interviews with presenters, recorded sessions, moderated forums and much more.

The successful applicant should possess a sound knowledge of current issues in ELT, excellent communication skills, an adventurous attitude and be able to demonstrate an ability to work well under pressure. It is not necessary to have TV or media experience. The conference fee, flights and connecting travel, hotel accommodation and subsistence will all be paid for. In addition, the successful applicant will be paid £500. The winner will need to arrive in Harrogate on 5 April for a briefing; and will depart from the UK on 12 or 13 April.

To enter, create a 60 second video application in English explaining why you are the most suitable candidate for the job. You are encouraged to use your creativity and really stand out from the crowd to get noticed! Upload your video entry to YouTube and send the link by email to this e-mail address. Remember to include your full name and contact details in the email. Please include your address, phone numbers. Applications close at 0900 (UK) on 1 March 2010.

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