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English teacher

Published: 6 Sep, 2019

Step Language Services

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Spain, Bilbao/Vitoria
Full time

Job title

Winter Camp English Teacher

Job description

We need a native level English teacher on our Winter Camp with kids ages 10-12 years old.

Camp activities and english workshops to get our kids learn, enjoy and practise English at the same time!

The kids come for 1 week at a time (monday to friday) and we offer them an english inmersion course full of experineces, adventure and ourdoor activities, as well as classroom workshops.

Salary and benefits

Total net pay 7000€ for 23 weeks

Full board onsite accommodation

We also pay a part of your travel costs, half of your ticket or a maximun of 70€.


We are looking for a person who can bring lots of energy to our camp. With skills of leadership, outdoor and survival, bushcraft, that loves nature, sports, arts... and that especially enjoys being with kids.

An outgoing person who loves meeting new people and likes going on new adventures.

• Native level english speaker
• TEFL trained or equivalent
• Minimun age 21
• EU passport holder or residence rights

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