English Teacher

Published: 13 Oct, 2018
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ILSS

Visit website    c.gordon@ilss.it
Italy, Bari
Full time

Job title

EFL Teacher

Job description

EFL teacher required from November 2018 to 31st May 2019.

Teacher must be committed to delivering high quality lessons to young children, teenagers and adults at any linguistic level and has excellent knowledge of the Trinity and Cambridge University exams.

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

Working days are Monday to Friday 9am to 9pm and Saturday 9am-1pm. Average teaching hours: 25 hours per week.

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

Requirements

Candidate must have:
• Minimum 2 years’ teaching experience
• University degree
• Experience teaching young learners and exam preparation courses for Cambridge and Trinity exams
• CELTA/Trinity TESOL

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

Candidiates should submit CV and covering letter.

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