Teach English in Italy
START DATE: 01/02/2013
SALARY: 900 EURO
Demetra English School is a language school in Nola, a historical town near Naples. We are looking for an experienced native English teacher for the current academic year. Teaching duties include in-school, in-company, young learner and exam preparation courses to all ages and levels of English.
Applicants must be native English speakers, have a university degree and a recognised TEFL qualification. A valid driving licence is preferred. EU passport/work visa is necessary.
If you are interested in this teaching position, please send covering letter and cv at [email protected]
– university degree
– recognised TEFL qualification.
Send covering letter and cv at [email protected]
Italy is a popular destination for English teachers. Careerwise, Italy has the strongest English-teaching market in Western Europe, offering abundant opportunities, particularly for EU nationals. Then, of course, there’s the art, architecture and operas for which Italy is famous throughout the world. The country is blessed with a rich culture, full of tradition. It is also the home to some of the world’s most famous designers and artists. Italian people are united in their passion for great food and wine; so much so, that even lunch can result in a four course meal. … Read More
As you might expect, Italy can be an expensive place to live. Taxes are quite high – you will be liable for income tax, housing tax, social security and various indirect taxes on almost all purchases.
It is more expensive to live in the larger cities than the rural areas in southern Italy but, of course, there are also far more jobs. Salaries for EFL teachers are generally in the region of €650-1,300 (US$960-1,918) per month, depending on qualifications, experience and your teaching schedule. On average, if you work 25 hours a week, you can expect about €800 (US$1,181) per month. … Read More
It is important to obtain a work permit before you travel to Italy. In some countries it is possible and even common to teach illegally, Italy is an exception. Schools generally do not employ people without proper permits.
If you are an EU national, this won’t be much of a problem. All that is required is a permit called ‘ricevuta di segnalazione di siggiorno’. This will allow you to stay in Italy for three months to look for work. … Read More
Interviews with English Teachers in Italy
Interview with Sheila Marie Corwin, teaching English in Italy