Teach English in Spain
The job involves teaching a wide range of age groups, with a maximum of 10 students per class, we encourage all classes to be enjoyable, engaging and dynamic for both teacher and students! The job post has local accommodation available to rent separately (for which reasonable rent is payable). We would advise that a knowledge of Spanish language would be beneficial in this role.
We are a young, friendly, dynamic academy in the centre of Valladolid, teaching a wide range of students, from toddlers through to adults. We are an official Cambridge preparation centre and we are looking for a qualified, enthusiastic, motivated and hardworking individuals seeking to work with us for at least a 10 month contract with the possibility of extension.
We would advise that a knowledge of Spanish language would be beneficial in this role.
send your CV and recent photograph to: Veronica Cassella,
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