English Assistant Teacher Positions in Spanish Schools
- Spain, Madrid, Barcelona, Andalusia, Galicia, Navarra, La Rioja and many other cities in Spain
- UP International Education
- Experience: 1 YEAR
- Positions: 50
- Degree Required
Details of Position
This program is aimed at native level English speakers who have recently graduated in Education or Teacher Training (Foreign language acquisition) or a related field and would like to gain teaching experience through a practical program in a Spanish school for an academic year. The programme has been designed for those who are committed to working in education in the future and offers participants the chance to further develop their knowledge and skills in teaching, as well as to provide sufficient experience in this field to facilitate finding a job in the future.
Around 20 hours a week teaching in Infant, primary or Secondary. The hours would be completed typically between 09.00 to 17.00 Monday to Friday.
The assistant teacher will be given a timetable at the beginning of the course and induction enough about the role
Moreover the assistant teacher will receive all the support needed at the school and he/she will be assigned a personal tutor during the whole placement.
QualificationsQUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
To be Native level English speaker
To have received a university degree
A qualification in teaching English as a foreign Language is recommended too.
Any type of previous experience of working with children, is also valued
To have a friendly personality and good communication skills.
To be communicative and empathetic, to be flexible, adaptable, to be proactive, and a team worker.
To be motivated and enthusiastic with a desire to learn and participate.
To add value in relation to language and culture and to be open and dynamic.
Above all, to have a real vocation to work with young children.
Salary and BenefitsSALARY:
Grant of up to 845 euros/month or equivalent with the possibility of earning extra money as the terms and conditions do not oblige exclusivity, as long as the economic activity does not interfere with the terms and conditions of the grant.
The assistant teacher will receive all necessary support and help with the formalities and administrative requirements related to the role and also in finding accommodation, prior the arrival, and during the whole participation in our program.
Moreover the assistant teacher will receive all the support needed and will be assigned an Agent during the whole placement.
Up International Education is a Spanish Company specializes in Human Resources in the area of language learning in schools.
Up international Education offers an educational and teacher training program which is undertaken in Spain, it is free of charge for native level English speaking graduates who are committed to working in education in the future. This program is sponsored and promoted by two Spanish Universities in collaboration with schools across Spain
UP International Education
More Company Information
UP International Education manages grants for native English-speaking recent university graduates to acquire experience as teaching assistants of and in the English language in private schools in the autonomous community of Navarra and the rest of Spain, in collaboration with the Public University of Navarra (Universidad Pública de Navarra, or UPNA). This initiative is endorsed by the Government of Navarra (SPAIN), under the auspices of the Plan Moderna de Navarra, the strategic development plan for this autonomous community.
Parque Empresarial La Muga 9 - 2 ofc 5
- +34 948 343 645/+34671672157
- +34 948 343 645
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UP International Education website
- Contact person:
- Marga Lostao Crespo, Head of the Recruitment Department
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