URGENT! We are looking for a part-time teacher for Monday – Friday afternoons/ evenings. The ideal candidate would have experience teaching young learners and teenagers and a passion for personal and professional development. Teacher must be available for immediate start!
What kind of qualifications and experience should you have to work with us?
*Native-level English speaker
*University degree and a recognized TEFL qualification that includes teaching practice (e.g. TrinityCertTESOL)
*One year of previous experience in a similar context
*B1+ level of Spanish
*Applicants must be EU citizens or hold a valid Spanish work permit
What kind of personality traits are we looking for in a teacher?
Surprise us! We love dynamic, enthusiastic teachers who demonstrate a desire to learn, to grow, to make mistakes, and to reflect on how to improve skills and inspire students. Words that come to mind: fun, caring, thoughtful, energetic, inquisitive, responsible, empathetic. Does that sound like you?
What do we expect from teachers?
We expect a professional attitude and growth-mindset. Communication is essential. Teachers should feel that they can ask for assistance in lesson planning and other classroom issues that come up. In turn, we commit to helping teachers in any way we can.
We offer a competitive salary, a friendly atmosphere, and a differentiated professional development program. The school has ten well-equipped classrooms and a maximum class size of 12.
We are a learning school. In practice, this means that we care about the growth and development of our teachers as well as the growth and development of our students.
Salary & Benefits
18 teaching hoursStarting gross salary scale:
Part-time – 18 teaching hours (28 contract hours) 1116 euros /month
Full time – 22 teaching hours (34 contract hours) 1365 euros /month
Full time – 24 teaching hours (34 contract hours) 1466 euros /month
Teachers are given a legal contract according to Spanish law. Please note that the hours stated in your contract are the total hours per week and include planning and professional development meetings. A “finiquito” (end of contract supplement) is given at the end of contract to teachers on a temporary contract. Teachers are given paid local and national holidays, including two weeks at Christmas, one week at Easter and local Feria.