URGENT teacher needed to start on 1st of March in Spain

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in Spain

CITY: Huelva
START DATE: 1st of March
SALARY: 720€/month

• Help students improve reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills in individual or group lessons
• Prepare, administer and grade quizzes, tests, midterm and final exams;
• Provide midterm and final progress report for each student
• Attend regular staff meetings

Salary: 720€/month (after taxes). Housing included. Flat within 5 min walk from the academy and right in the city center (next to bars, shops, gyms, etc.)
Help while opening a bank account, getting the Spanish ID for foreigners, a mobile phone, etc.
Free Spanish course (3h/week)

1.Native English Speaker (NECESSARY)
2.European Passport (NECESSARY)
3.Other qualifications:
• Teaching skills
• TEFL/TESOL course
• Effective written and verbal communication skills
• Possesses excellent interpersonal and leadership skills
• Demonstrated organizational and multi-tasking skills
Desirable requirements:
Experience preparing Cambridge Exams

send us your CV to info@kedaro.com

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