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Experienced English Teacher preparing students for Cambridge Exams required

Published: 7 Aug, 2019
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Academia de Lenguas de Frigiliana (The ALF)

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Spain, Frigiliana
Full and part time

Job title

English EFL Teacher

Job description

Experienced and enthusiastic, English teacher required. Teaching afternoons from 3.30 - 7.30/8pm Monday to Friday. Working with children from the age of 8, upwards and adults. Teaching to prepare students for the Cambridge exams. Small classes of no more than 8 children/adults. Therefore MUST BE experienced with the exam format and working with children. Excellent working conditions with contract. Starting mid September. Interviews held at The ALF in the next two weeks.

Salary and benefits

Legal contract. Two weeks off at Christmas, one week for Semana Blanca and one for Easter and summer holidays (according to school timetables).
Salary to be discussed at interview.


Must have experience of working with children and Cambridge exam preparation. Must be registered to work in Spain with NIE number etc.

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