ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER - NATIVE LEVEL SPEAKER
- Italy, Veneto
- Oxford School of English srl
- Experience: ENTRY LEVEL
- Positions: 5
- Degree Required
Details of Position
The Oxford School of English runs an expanding network of well-resourced schools throughout Italy, with the majority of schools in the north east. We’re always looking to recruit dynamic CELTA-qualified native English-speaking teachers, preferably with some experience.
As an Oxford School staff member you will be required to teach the full range of students, from kids to professionals, groups and individuals, in and out of the school. Contracts are either part time (10-16 hours per week) or full time (20+ hours per week). Jobs usually start in September or October but opportunities do arise during the academic year.
We offer training and support and a highly competitive wage. A driving license is required, access to a car desirable.
The Oxford School of English has been a leader in English language teaching in Italy since 1962 and enjoys an unrivalled reputation. We have a recognised internal examination system and several of our schools are Cambridge Exam centres offering opportunities to teachers to become qualified as Cambridge examiners thus bolstering both experience and earning potential.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION IS ONLY OPEN TO NATIVE LEVEL ENGLISH SPEAKERS AND ONLY TO PEOPLE AUTHORISED TO WORK IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. The Oxford School cannot, by law, sponsor people for work visas.
Salary and BenefitsFULL OR PART TIME CONTRACTS AVAILABLE
Oxford School of English srl
More Company Information
Group of private language schools operating mainly in the north east of Italy since 1962.
Via Risorgimento 34
- Contact person:
- James Grant, Amministratore
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