English Teacher

1 May, 2024

We are looking for a candidate – to teach on site in Bari- that has min. 3 years teaching experience, a university degree, experience teaching young learners and exam preparation courses for Cambridge and Trinity exams.

  • ILSS
  • c.gordon@ilss.it
  • EFL Teacher
  • Full time
  • Italy, via guido de ruggiero 58, Bari, Puglia
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Job description

EFL teacher required from 1st October 2024 to 30 June 2025.

Teacher must be committed to delivering high quality lessons – on site in Bari- to young children, teenagers and adults at any linguistic level and have excellent knowledge of the Trinity and Cambridge University exams.

Areas in which teacher will be involved –
• General English (children/teenagers)
• General English(adults)
• Examination classes
• One to one lessons, ESP/Business English

Working days are Monday to Friday 9am to 9pm and Saturday 9.30am-12.30pm. Average teaching hours: 100 hours per month.

Salary and benefits

Guaranteed net salary of €1100 per month.

• Health insurance
• Holiday and sick pay
• National and local holidays amounting to around 25 days
• Regular Professional Development workshops
• Christmas and end of contract bonus


Candidate must have

• Have the legal status to work in the E.U.
• Minimum 3 years teaching experience
• University degree
• Experience teaching young learners and exam preparation courses for Cambridge and Trinity exams

Personal qualities –
• Self-motivated and dynamic
• Ability to work as part of a team
• Flexible and willing approach to the various duties
• An interest in professional development

How to apply

Candidates should submit CV and covering letter.

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