Working for Lorna Whiston is a wonderfully enriching experience, no matter what sort of job you do. We value our staff highly, and believe that the staff of a company is its greatest asset.
Sales Consultant Job Description
To drive and achieve agreed recruitment numbers for the programmes and courses offered by Lorna Whiston Schools and Preschools through effective direct selling and promotional marketing activities, and by providing sound programme and course consultancy and advice to parents to support student enrolment.
To provide a safe, secure and stimulating learning environment where young learners cognitive, physical, social and emotional needs will be met, and where their positive early learning experiences will engender in them a love of learning.
Lorna Whiston Schools is currently looking to expand its list of supply teachers for both its English Enrichment and Speech and Drama Schools.
Lorna Whiston is a dynamic, forward-thinking institution with a history of over 35 years in the south-east asia region. We are committed to the on-going professional development of our staff, and aim to offer opportunity for growth
What our staff say...
- From the time I arrived in Singapore, I was given a tremendous level of support, and my skills as a language teacher have developed significantly. I've had the opportunity to work with children of many different ages, and there have been great opportunities to develop professionally, through regular INSET and training.
- I love the friendly and supportive atmosphere at Lorna Whiston, which is probably why I have stayed so long with the company. Working with people who genuinely care about the children and my colleagues makes coming to work worthwhile.
- There are many language schools that are run purely as a business, without any regard for the children and their progress. At Lorna Whiston, the children are central to everything we do: it's their progress that matters most.
- When I first joined Lorna Whiston, I thought the job was going to be too difficult. The curriculum is very structured, and teachers are expected to work extremely hard. Yet, any doubts I had initially have been set aside: I can see now that the curriculum works. Sure, it's hard work for the teachers, but that hard work pays off when we see our children really growing, not only in terms of their academic skills, but also in motivation and confidence.