We are looking for an English teacher with previous experience teaching young children and teenagers, and a working knowledge of Spanish. A passion for teaching and willingness to work flexible hours are essential. Ideal candidates should have an official TEFL qualification.
Candidates must be willing to commit to the job until the end of the academic year, but ideally we are looking for teachers who can make a long-term commitment to the role. Only applications from EU nationals or applicants with a valid work permit will be considered.
We offer a part-time contract of around 23 hours a week, excellent working conditions and a competitive salary.
If you are interested, forward your CV with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Previous experience in a similar environment
- Relevant university degree desirable
- TEFL qualification
- EU member
- Native speaker or C2 level
- The ability to commit for an academic year
- 23 contact hours per week
- October to June contract
- Excellent working atmosphere
- Maximum of 10 students per class
Salary & Benefits
- Competitive salary above the national minimum wage
- Full health and social security cover
- Paid holidays including two weeks at Christmas and one week at Easter, as well as national holidays
- Full training and ongoing support provided, including attendance to teacher conferences
- Help with finding accommodation and sorting out paperwork