CELTA/Trinity CertTESOL (or similar) qualified English teacher are required from September 2021

Published: 20 Jul, 2021

Level Up English Academy

Visit website   andreasalazard@gmail.com
Spain, Bilbao
Part time

Job title

ESL qualified English teacher required

Job description

We are looking for an enthusiastic, hard-working teacher to join us for the coming school year (from September 2021 to the end of June 2022) in Bilbao.
The average teaching week will be between 18-22 hours a week, Monday to Friday. Most of the lessons are in the afternoon or evening, but some classes may take place in the morning.
YOU MUST LEAVE IN THE BILBAO AREA, ALL THE CLASSES ARE FACE TO FACE.

Salary and benefits

Competitive salary and work contract.

Requirements

• Must have a university degree in Education, English, Foreign Languages or Linguistics
• CELTA teaching certificate or equivalent
• Minimum 2 years teaching experience, preparing Cambridge exams as well as teaching teens and young learners

YOU MUST LEAVE IN THE BILBAO AREA, ALL THE CLASSES ARE FACE TO FACE.

How to apply

Please, send your CV with a recent photo to andrea@levelupbilbao.com
YOU MUST LEAVE IN THE BILBAO AREA, ALL THE CLASSES ARE FACE TO FACE.

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