ESL/EFL Teacher
Candidates should be native English teachers with a recognised TEFL qualification and university degree. A year teaching experience at least is necessary. All applicants must be European citizens or hold a valid European work permit and have an International Child Protection Certificate. Face-to-face interviews are preferred in all cases.

Teacher's responsibilities:
* Preparing and delivering classes.
* Attending monthly meetings.
* Reviewing and amending end of term exams. (Exam papers supplied by the school)
* Correction of exams and students’ written work.
* Writing of mid-term and end-of-term reports.

School organisation:
* Small groups (10-12 students)
* Students are grouped according to level and age.
* All students and teachers have their own books.
* Ages range from 3 years old.
* Levels from Beginner to Proficiency.
* Preparation for external examinations: Cambridge KET, PET, FCE, CAE & CPE; APTIS and TOEIC®
* Classes taught on premises. (No travelling)

Contractual Details:
* Legal contract according to Spanish law.
* 9-month contract from 1st October to 30th June
* 16-20 hours a week. Block hours. All weekends free.
* Holidays depend on the Spanish official school calendar and local bank holidays.
* As well as Christmas, Easter and the national and local bank holidays, teachers are entitled to a few days holidays which will be paid on the termination of contract.
* Wage according to experience and Convenio Colectivo. Taxes and Social Security deducted according to Spanish Law.