English teachers for small language school in the Basque Country

Published: 8 Sep, 2020

Espolon School of English

espolon@euskalnet.net
Spain, Bergara
Full and part time

Job title

EFL teacher

Job description

English teachers needed for 2020/21 academic year - starting on October 1st.

20-25 hours weekly - teaching children and adults.

University of Cambridge Exam/Official State English exam level classes and general English classes to all ages

Working hours; mostly starting at midday until evening

Possibility of early morning classes

Respect the Covid-19 protocol norms

E.U. passport necessary to work legally

Salary and benefits

To be confirmed in a personal interview

Requirements

Experience in English language teaching preferred

Knowledge of University of Cambridge exams helpful


Ability to adapt to a different life style and culture

The ability to speak Spanish is a plus but not necessary

Driving Licence is advantageous but not obligatory

How to apply

Please send C.V./personal information to
espolon@euskalnet.net as soon as possible.

Although classes do not start until October 1st, we do like our teachers to be here a few days before to find accomodation and get their bearings.

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