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RESIDENTIAL SUMMER CAMP - JULY 2022

Residential Summer Camp - July 2022 Midleton School is offering you a fantastic opportunity to experience life in the Spanish countryside. We are currently looking for English teachers to work on our annual kids’ summer camp (6-12 years old) in the province of Ávila. THE JOB As a teacher, you will play a key role in the success of our summer camp. You will be responsible for teaching lessons in the morning while in the afternoons, evenings and weekends you will participate alongside our students in the varied activities that are run by our team of Activity Leaders. Teaching materials will be provided as well as return transport between Madrid and the camp. You will also receive full board and accommodation for the contracted period. The contract will run from Sunday July 10th until Tuesday July 19th(inclusive). THE CANDIDATE We are interested in energetic and dynamic individuals who are looking to spend their summer in a fun-filled and exciting camp environment. Teaching qualification (e.g. CELTA; TESOL; TEFL) and experience working with children are essential. Spanish working papers and Spanish social security number are required. THE CAMP The camp takes place on an eco-friendly farm school, located in the foothills of the Sierra de Gredos, Ávila (2 hours from Madrid). Our aim is to create a friendly and nurturing environment for campers to learn not only English but also about the natural environment that surrounds them. Students will attend 3 hours of lessons each morning while their afternoons and evenings will be filled with an array of activities (e.g. archery, orienteering, paintball). Campers will also help out on the farm (feeding the animals, planting crops etc.). HOW TO APPLY If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, and a short cover email telling us why you think you would be suitable to edmee.rodriguez@midletonformacion.com *Unfortunately we will only be able to respond to those applicants who we will be inviting for an interview.

SUMMER CAMP MONITOR

Key responsibilities and Accountabilities: General duties - Staff must respect the guidelines set down by King’s College S.L. - Staff is required to attend the Training Days/planning sessions before the start of the Course. - Staff is responsible for ensuring that they maintain good standards of personal hygiene and appearance at all times. - The uniform provided by King’s College S.L. should be worn at all times as well suitable foot- wear. - Follow the Non-Residential course timetable and be punctual at all times. - Be willing to work a flexible timetable. - Be responsible, professional and flexible in all your duties. - Ensure that children are given adequate care at all time and specially when feeling unwell or injured. - Maintain an awareness and observation of fire and health and safety regulations. - Unpacking and packing with teachers of course material (start and end of Summer Course) - Work as part of a team. - Be available whenever you are needed. Monitoring Duties - Use English at all times with the children in the course. - Be responsible for the well-being of the children in the Course and make sure they are never left un- attended. - Plan and prepare the sports and games sessions utilising appropriate materials according to the age of the children. - Supervise and manage, when required, a class of 10 - 15 students between the ages of six to sixteen years. - Offer assistance to the teachers with their students when necessary. - Be responsible for the materials provided by the camp for any activity that is organised. - If needed, you might need to go to an excursion. - Keep all areas clean and tidy. - Administer first aid to children when necessary. - Inform the General Director, nurse, Academic Coordinator and Activities Coordinator of children’s injuries, accidents and illnesses at any time of the day. - Be prepared to do a rotation of the following duties: break time, lunchtime, monitoring with the lifeguards during pool time, midday/afternoon bus routes. - Accompany and supervise children to the pool/optional activities. - In case of an accident, fill out an incident sheet. - Attend all staff meetings.

RESIDENTIAL SUMMER CAMP - JULY 2022

Residential Summer Camp - July 2022 Midleton School is offering you a fantastic opportunity to experience life in the Spanish countryside. We are currently looking for English teachers to work on our annual kids’ summer camp (6-12 years old) in the province of Ávila. THE JOB As a teacher, you will play a key role in the success of our summer camp. You will be responsible for teaching lessons in the morning while in the afternoons, evenings and weekends you will participate alongside our students in the varied activities that are run by our team of Activity Leaders. Teaching materials will be provided as well as return transport between Madrid and the camp. You will also receive full board and accommodation for the contracted period. The contract will run from Sunday July 10th until Tuesday July 19th(inclusive). THE CANDIDATE We are interested in energetic and dynamic individuals who are looking to spend their summer in a fun-filled and exciting camp environment. Teaching qualification (e.g. CELTA; TESOL; TEFL) and experience working with children are essential. Spanish working papers and Spanish social security number are required. THE CAMP The camp takes place on an eco-friendly farm school, located in the foothills of the Sierra de Gredos, Ávila (2 hours from Madrid). Our aim is to create a friendly and nurturing environment for campers to learn not only English but also about the natural environment that surrounds them. Students will attend 3 hours of lessons each morning while their afternoons and evenings will be filled with an array of activities (e.g. archery, orienteering, paintball). Campers will also help out on the farm (feeding the animals, planting crops etc.). HOW TO APPLY If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, and a short cover email telling us why you think you would be suitable to edmee.rodriguez@midletonformacion.com *Unfortunately we will only be able to respond to those applicants who we will be inviting for an interview.

RESIDENTIAL SUMMER CAMP - JULY 2022

Midleton School is offering you a fantastic opportunity to experience life in the Spanish countryside. We are currently looking for English teachers to work on our annual kids’ summer camp (6-12 years old) in the province of Ávila. THE JOB As a teacher, you will play a key role in the success of our summer camp. You will be responsible for teaching lessons in the morning while in the afternoons, evenings and weekends you will participate alongside our students in the varied activities that are run by our team of Activity Leaders. Teaching materials will be provided as well as return transport between Madrid and the camp. You will also receive full board and accommodation for the contracted period. The contract will run from Sunday July 10th until Tuesday July 19th(inclusive). THE CANDIDATE We are interested in energetic and dynamic individuals who are looking to spend their summer in a fun-filled and exciting camp environment. Teaching qualification (e.g. CELTA; TESOL; TEFL) and experience working with children are essential. Spanish working papers and Spanish social security number are required. THE CAMP The camp takes place on an eco-friendly farm school, located in the foothills of the Sierra de Gredos, Ávila (2 hours from Madrid). Our aim is to create a friendly and nurturing environment for campers to learn not only English but also about the natural environment that surrounds them. Students will attend 3 hours of lessons each morning while their afternoons and evenings will be filled with an array of activities (e.g. archery, orienteering, paintball). Campers will also help out on the farm (feeding the animals, planting crops etc.). HOW TO APPLY If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, and a short cover email telling us why you think you would be suitable to edmee.rodriguez@midletonformacion.com *Unfortunately we will only be able to respond to those applicants who we will be inviting for an interview.

PE / SPORT INTERN (PRáCTICAS)

Dates: August 2022 - June 2023 Timetable: Full-Time Monday – Friday Salary: 400€ (gross) per month, school lunches. Additionally, you are provided with an Intern Booklet with up-to-date information. We advise students regions to look at and recommend websites and agencies regarding accommodation. Background King's Group operates one of the longest established and biggest networks of British curriculum schools in Europe. Our schools are widely regarded as being the best schools in Spain. Every year 2-year-olds start in our nurseries and 16 years later, after taking GCSEs and A Levels, we send them off to universities in the UK, Spain and USA. The group as a whole educates more than 2500 pupils at any one time and turns over more than €66m per annum. Job Purpose - To support the teacher in the smooth and effective running of the class - To consistently promote positive values, attitudes and behaviour - To support the PE and Sports Department Key responsibilities and accountabilities: - Excellent leadership and practical experience in the teaching and coaching of all types of sport and working with young people in an international context - Assisting with PE lessons, coaching children, organising sport events What we seek: We are looking for an enthusiastic and reliable individual, who can act as integral support to the teaching staff within our schools. To apply: Send applications consisting of a CV and a covering letter (max. 2 sides of A4) explaining the candidate’s suitability and experience making explicit reference to the Job Description and Person Specification to recruitment@kingsgroup.org

SUMMER CAMP TEACHER

Non-Residential Teachers will report directly to the Academic Coordinator and when necessary to the Course Coordinator/Director. Key responsibilities and Accountabilities: General duties • Staff must respect the guidelines set down by King’s College S.L. • Staff is required to attend the Training Day/planning sessions before the start of the Course. • Staff is responsible for ensuring that they maintain good standards of personal hygiene and appearance at all times. • The uniform provided by King’s College S.L. should be worn at all times as well as suitable footwear. • All staff should arrive on the agreed starting date (to be confirmed). • Staff should follow the Non-Residential course timetable and be punctual at all times. • Be willing to work a flexible timetable. • Be responsible, professional and flexible in all your duties. • Ensure that children are given adequate care when feeling unwell or injured. • Be responsible for the well-being of the children in your class and all the children on the course. • Maintain an awareness and observation of fire, health and safety regulations. • Unpacking and packing with teachers of course material (start and end of Summer Course). • Work as part of a team. Teaching Duties • Use English at all times with the children in the course. • Follow the Course Book and prepare classes according to the level and age of your group. • Create lesson plans on a daily basis demonstrating clear aims and objectives for every class. • Be responsible for the well-being of the children in the course and make sure they are never left un- attended within the camp. • Teach and manage groups of 10 – 15 students between the ages of 6 to 16 years old. • Complete an individual English Report on the children in your class at the end of their stay. • Make time outside the classroom to listen/deal with problems if a child requires help. • Be prepared to do a rotation of the following duties between all members of staff: break times, mealtimes, and supervision during pool times. • Maintain parent/tutor contact when required on site, via telephone or email (if and when required by the team of Coordinators and or Director). • Chaperone the students on organised excursions in the camp programme.

SUMMER CAMP PERFORMING ARTS TEACHER

Non-Residential Teachers will report directly to the Academic Coordinator and when necessary to the Course Coordinator/Director. Key responsibilities and Accountabilities: General duties • Staff must respect the guidelines set down by King’s College S.L. • Staff is required to attend the Training Day/planning sessions before the start of the Course. • Staff is responsible for ensuring that they maintain good standards of personal hygiene and appearance at all times. • The uniform provided by King’s College S.L. should be worn at all times as well as suitable footwear. • All staff should arrive on the agreed starting date (to be confirmed). • Staff should follow the Non-Residential course timetable and be punctual at all times. • Be willing to work a flexible timetable. • Be responsible, professional and flexible in all your duties. • Ensure that children are given adequate care when feeling unwell or injured. • Be responsible for the well-being of the children in your class and all the children on the course. • Maintain an awareness and observation of fire, health and safety regulations. • Unpacking and packing with teachers of course material (start and end of Summer Course). • Work as part of a team. Teaching Duties • Use English at all times with the children in the course. • Follow the Course Book and prepare classes and workshops according to the level and age of your group. • Teach and manage groups of 10 – 15 students between the ages of 6 to 16 years old. • Complete an individual English Report on the children in your class at the end of their stay. • Make time outside the classroom to listen/deal with problems if a child requires help. • Be prepared to do a rotation of the following duties between all members of staff: break times, mealtimes, and supervision during pool times. • Maintain parent/tutor contact when required on site, via telephone or email (if and when required by the team of Coordinators and or Director). • Chaperone the students on organised excursions in the camp programme. • Attend all staff meetings. • Cover classes (if and when requested to do so by the Director). • Undertake a formal lesson observation that will be assessed by the Academic Coordinator at some time during the course.

PE / SPORT INTERN

Dates: August 2022 - June 2023 Timetable: Full-Time Monday – Friday Salary: 400€ (gross) per month, school lunches. Additionally, you are provided with an Intern Booklet with up-to-date information. We advise students regions to look at and recommend websites and agencies regarding accommodation. Background King's Group operates one of the longest established and biggest networks of British curriculum schools in Europe. Our schools are widely regarded as being the best schools in Spain. Every year 2-year-olds start in our nurseries and 16 years later, after taking GCSEs and A Levels, we send them off to universities in the UK, Spain and USA. The group as a whole educates more than 2500 pupils at any one time and turns over more than €66m per annum. Job Purpose - To support the teacher in the smooth and effective running of the class - To consistently promote positive values, attitudes and behaviour - To support the PE and Sports Department Key responsibilities and accountabilities: - Excellent leadership and practical experience in the teaching and coaching of all types of sport and working with young people in an international context - Assisting with PE lessons, coaching children, organising sport events What we seek: We are looking for an enthusiastic and reliable individual, who can act as integral support to the teaching staff within our schools. To apply: Send applications consisting of a CV and a covering letter (max. 2 sides of A4) explaining the candidate’s suitability and experience making explicit reference to the Job Description and Person Specification to recruitment@kingsgroup.org

SCHOOL NURSE

King's College School is seeking to appoint an inspiring, committed and passionate nurse to work alongside teaching staff and parents to promote and help safe-guard the health of school-aged children; and to offer support to members of staff in the care of our pupils. Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities: · Adheres to all school policies, in particular those related to safeguarding, health and safety and confidentiality · Deals professionally and compassionately with all accidents or minor incidents that take place during the school day · If necessary, accompanies pupils / staff to hospital or health centre with the permission of a member of the College SLT · Notifies parents courteously and calmly of any serious incidents requiring your attention · Keeps accurate records on iSAMS of all incidents and treatment given to pupils and staff and make these available to the College SLT and Inspectorate · Supports and contributes to the PSHE programme in school as requested · Notifies the Heads of School and the Headteacher of any serious incidents either by telephone or in person and records it on the appropriate system · Monitors and controls pupils with chronic diseases and keep staff informed of any special requirements; liaising directly with parents · At the written request of parents only, administers medication as required during the school day and keeps appropriate and compliant records of this · Supports with the first aid and health and safety requirements during our July summer school. · Monitors and oversees pupils with special dietary needs and keeps the kitchen staff informed of such requirements · Assists in the dining hall (when appropriate) at Infant and Primary lunch times, encouraging healthy and balanced diet and etiquette. · Maintains and secures an adequate stock of medical equipment and medication · Ensures that the medical room is kept in good order at all times and that the privacy of pupils is maintained. · Controls any outbreaks of contagious diseases, including head lice, and informs/advises parents immediately · Informs and liaises with Health Authorities regarding any outbreaks of infectious diseases among pupils. Provides guidance for parents and staff as required. · Provides an appropriate First Aid kit and general medical/dietary advice for teachers on school trips · Manages the replenishment of First Aid kits around the school

EFL TEACHER REQUIRED IN MARBELLA FOR SEPT 2022

We are currently looking to recruit two enthusiastic EFL Teacher to start in September 2022. Experience with teaching General English and Cambridge exam classes to young learners, teenagers and adults is necessary. The position is for native-level speaking English teachers with CELTA or equivalent, preferably a degree, and 1 year experience. Salary: 1400 euros NET + contract. (Summer school in July optional) "ADVANCE Language School" is situated in Marbella, Andalucia in Southern Spain. Being one of the leading schools in the area, we have an excellent reputation for offering a high standard of language education and are continually striving to achieve the best possible results.. We are also a Cambridge and Trinity exam centre and our learners take their official exams at our school. The teaching will be made up of 60% young learner/teenager classes and 40% adult classes. The majority of our students prepare for the Cambridge exams starting at 7 years old with "Starters, Movers and Flyers" and go on to take other Cambridge Main Suite exams at A2, B1, B2, C1 or C2 levels. Therefore, experience with Cambridge Exams is necessary. We also provide General English and Business English classes to adults and professionals. The main duties include: - Prepare and plan classes incorporating a communicative approach to teaching. - Teach 24 hours per week at a variety of levels from beginner through to upper intermediate/advanced levels. - Attend staff meetings/professional development training sessions. Teachers at ADVANCE Language School can take advantage of: - professional training sessions to help develop their teaching skills. - workshops and on-going training. - formal and peer observations. Minimum Requirements - Qualifications: CELTA or TESOL - 1 year classroom teaching experience - Experience with Young Learners and Cambridge exams valued. - EU national/valid work permit or TIE - University degree is preferred. - A working knowledge of Spanish to B1 level is an advantage. Salary and Benefits - Competitive salary of 1400 euros NET - All local and national holidays paid including 10 days at Christmas and 5 days at Easter. - 9 month renewable contract with possibility of working in summer school in July. - Social Security paid. - Help finding accommodation and getting residency documents. (We have a list of landlords/landladies and the rent per month for a studio or one bedroomed apartment is usually between 500/550 euros.)

SUMMER CAMP ENGLISH TEACHER

Residential Summer Camp - July 2021 Midleton School is offering you a fantastic opportunity to experience life in the Spanish countryside. We are currently looking for English teachers to work on our annual kids’ summer camp (6-12 years old) in the province of Ávila. THE JOB As a teacher, you will play a key role in the success of our summer camp. You will be responsible for teaching lessons in the morning while in the afternoons, evenings and weekends you will participate alongside our students in the varied activities that are run by our team of Activity Leaders. Teaching materials will be provided as well as return transport between Madrid and the camp. You will also receive full board and accommodation for the contracted period. The contract will run from Sunday July 10th until Tuesday July 19th(inclusive). THE CANDIDATE We are interested in energetic and dynamic individuals who are looking to spend their summer in a fun-filled and exciting camp environment. Teaching qualification (e.g. CELTA; TESOL; TEFL) and experience working with children are essential. Spanish working papers and Spanish social security number are required. THE CAMP The camp takes place on an eco-friendly farm school, located in the foothills of the Sierra de Gredos, Ávila (2 hours from Madrid). Our aim is to create a friendly and nurturing environment for campers to learn not only English but also about the natural environment that surrounds them. Students will attend 3 hours of lessons each morning while their afternoons and evenings will be filled with an array of activities (e.g. archery, orienteering, paintball). Campers will also help out on the farm (feeding the animals, planting crops etc.). HOW TO APPLY If you are interested in this position, please send your CV, and a short cover email telling us why you think you would be suitable to edmee.rodriguez@midletonformacion.com *Unfortunately we will only be able to respond to those applicants who we will be inviting for an interview.

ENGLISH TEACHER

C2 level English Teacher 2022-2023 Academic Year At GNP Idiomas we are looking for a C2 level English teacher for our language academy in Arturo Soria. We are a well-established academy located close to Ciudad Lineal. We are looking for an experienced, qualified English teacher to join our team for the 2022-23 academic year, with the prospect of remaining with us long term. We offer a 12 hour per week contract teaching early years education in-person in local bilingual schools and in our academy. Age ranges are from 3 – 12 years old. Working hours are from 13:00-18:30 Monday to Thursday with classes also available on Friday afternoons and some lunchtimes. 121 classes are also available. We pay 16€ per hour gross, plus holiday pay for Christmas, easter and all local and national holidays. The ideal candidate: • Educated to degree level or above, or in the process of completing a teaching degree, ideally in early years teaching. • Magisterio Infantil o Primaria – we will consider candidates completing a degree in primary education. • Native level or C1+ English • TEFL qualified with DELTA, CELTA, Trinity CertTESOL or equivalent highly valued. • 2+ years teaching experience highly valued • Experience teaching Cambridge starters mover and flyers • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills • Professional and well-presented • Full eligibility to live and work in Spain with documentation Desired Skills: • French and/or German C1 or above • Ability to work in a team • Ability to work to deadlines • Technology savvy – able to use digital programs to deliver fun, engaging lessons To apply please send an up-to-date CV and cover letter to gnp6@gnpidiomas.com Team GNP

DATA ASSISTANT (PART TIME) - FTE 0.5

The data assistant (Primary) is responsible for the entering data in the MIS in the primary school and the production of data reports from the MIS as required by the primary school. The successful applicant will also support the development of the new school timetable each year. The appointed person will work closely with the Primary School leadership team and will be line managed by the Primary SLT. Full training in the school's MIS system will be given to the successful applicant. Key responsabilities and accountabilities: • Entering data in to the school MIS and producing reports for staff and parents from the MIS. • Assist and members of office staff to maintain the school MIS as an up to date and functional data system. • Supporting the annual development of the school timetable including working with the data assistant in the secondary school and the staff responsible for timetabling in the primary and secondary school. • Producing from the school MIS parental school reports and other reports requested by staff • Supporting with other administrative tasks in the school. • Assisting with the organization and running of CAT iV online assessments in the primary and secondary school. • Contribute, as and when appropriate to the wider life of the school. • Any other reasonable request from the Headmaster or Head of Primary Job specification: • B2 level or higher in English & Spanish. • Proficient in ICT. • Highly motivated within the job post. • Strong communication skills. • Ability to cooperate and work as part of a team. • Good organisational skills.

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