English Teaching Jobs in Spain
Find the best TESOL / TEFL jobs in Spain! Find English teaching jobs in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, and other major Spanish cities.
The best English teaching jobs in Spain are in the private language school sector, so this job board is only for private school jobs. Teach English to Young Learners in after-school programs, university preparation courses, or Business English classes. Learn more: OnTESOL’s Spain Guide.
Deans Creative English School
If you have a desire to teach English in Spain, Deans Creative English School is interested in receiving your application for the nursery and young learners’ specialist position!
Must be a dedicated teacher who wishes to contribute to quality language teaching. Applicants must possess a desire to live in Spain and become integrated into the local culture of Badajoz.
Small class sizes from Monday-Friday. All teachers’ classrooms are well-equipped with Wi-fi, projectors, and IWBs, and a reading corner. We offer plenty of resources for our teachers including reference and lending libraries and internet access.
- Native English speaker with EU passport or Spanish residency permit.
- 2 years min. teaching experience (experience with young learners is essential for both positions).
- University Degree
- Recognized TESOL/TEFL teaching qualification
- Be hard working with a strong desire to improve
- Be a team player
- Patience and the ability to work under pressure.
- Enthusiastic and willing to live and work in Spain.
West End Idiomas
Teach English in the historic town of Pamplonas with West End Idiomas. Must be a native English speaker with a TESOL/TEFL certificate and teaching experience. We are a growing school with over 1300 students in our after-school programs. Apply today!
The Kent Institute
The Kent Institute is currently recruiting TESOL/TEFL trained instructors who are interested in working in a friendly atmosphere in Valencia, Spain. We encourage all teaching staff to share and collaborate among themselves, therefore the applicant would be open to working in such an environment. Monday-Friday evenings, teaching a wide range of levels and ages. Benefits include: teacher support in classroom management and lesson planning, small class sizes (no more than 12 students), air-conditioned classrooms, classroom materials, 9-month renewable contract, 20 teaching hours/week, insurance covered, a competitive salary, paid national holidays. Requirements: EU passport holder, native speaker, university degree, TESOL certified, good command of the Spanish language, a minimum of 2 years teaching in a TESOL education environment, dynamic and able to adapt easily, committed. Apply today!
BLS Idiomas – Seville
Full-time job (34 hours per week). Earn 1200 to 1440 Euro per month teaching English with BLS Idiomas in Seville! BLS is looking for TESOL/TEFL certified teachers who have at least one year of teaching experience. Spanish language proficiency is preferred. Candidates must be in Seville to conduct a face-to-face interview. Send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com
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Chester School of English – Madrid
Chester is looking for 3 experienced teachers to teach at its reputable language school in Madrid. 6- to a 12-month contract. Earn up to 1200 Euro per month plus benefits and training. Must be in Madrid to attend a face-to-face interview. EU citizens only. Apply online
North American Language and Culture Assistants Program (NALCAP)
NALCAP is an educational outreach program promoted between the embassy of Spain and the embassies of the USA and Canada. Within this program, American and Canadian university/college graduates partner with local public schools to work as English teaching assistants under the guidance of fellow Spanish teachers.
Applications open in January and stay open until April. The program runs from October to April.
- U.S. or Canadian passport
- Bachelor’s degree or be currently enrolled in a bachelor’s program. Applicants may also have an associate degree or be a community college student in their last semester
- Idiomatic level of English or French (Canada)
- Be aged 18 – 60
- Have a basic level of Spanish
- Be in good physical and mental health
- A clean background check
Find more information and apply here
British Council (Several Locations)
British Council of Segovia is seeking part-time and full-time teachers to teach young learners. We are a language school, exam center and we offer a library and computer room to our students. We are seeking substitute teachers but there is a high chance for this position to become permanent. You will be given the opportunity to deliver training, present at conferences, and be given further professional development opportunities. Must have a TESOL/TEFL certificate, have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience, a university degree, native English speaker, or at the level of native English. Must be creative, engaging, energetic, and enjoy working with young learners. Must have a criminal background check, and self-declaration. Benefits include a competitive salary and extensive professional development. Apply now!
International House Madrid
International House Madrid is recruiting part-time English teachers interested in teaching mainly young learners and some adults at our school and at extra-curricular classes around the city. Must be enthusiastic, experienced, have a TESOL/TEFL certificate, and one year of teaching experience. Salary of 1355 euros. Classes run Monday to Friday over lunchtime and late afternoons. We offer a comprehensive professional development program to all of our teachers. Work with us!
Up International offers the opportunity of a lifetime to become a conversation assistant in Spain. We offer a grant to support your living expenses, follow-up services to support you upon and after arrival, and professionals located all over Spain to support you as you embark on your journey to becoming a language assistant.
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