C2 level English.
Previous experience with younger children is essential.
A love for teaching children and seeing them progress.
Trinity CertTESOL/CELTA qualification or equivalent with teaching time in the classroom.
As this position involves working with children, teachers will need to provide proof that they can work with minors (a DBS or disclosure form). The successful candidate will need to obtain an International Child Protection Certificate (ICPC) or equivalent from their country of origin and a Spanish “certificado de penales”.
Salary & Benefits
The salary will be based on previous experience.
Most teachers will have between 20 and 25 contact hours.
Teachers will be expected to plan their lessons thoroughly and attend two staff meetings a month as well as other training events that are offered.
Once a year we hold special days where parents can come and talk to staff about their child´s progress.
The contract will be from 17th September until mid June and will include paid Christmas and Easter holiday and paid local and national bank holidays.
Although the course starts on 17th September, there will be two days free training on 12th and 13th September for all the staff to meet and look around the premises and the schemes of work and teaching methods.
Social security is paid which entitles the employee to free health care whilst living in Spain.
Help is given to find suitable accommodation.
Continual training and support is given throughout the year.