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Native English Language Teacher

Date 2017-03-21 17:03:54 Location : Europe

Busy Bee Academy is a well established English Language Centre in Gran Canaria looking to hire native English language teachers for the 2017/18 academic term.

The role of a Busy Bee Academy English teacher is open to all graduates. We will also expect you to hold at least one of the following qualifications:

Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA).

Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CertTESOL).

Young Learners (YL) Extension to CELTA.

Teaching Young Learners Extension Certificate (TYLEC).

Candidates must be native level speakers authorised to work in the EU and provide us with a police criminal records check from both Spain and your home country.
Experience teaching the Cambridge syllabus to young learners and adults is essential.
We have a number of posts available from working with Early Learners (aged 3+) to adult and business classes. All roles require:

classroom management and basic administration

planning, preparing and delivering lessons to a range of classes and age groups

preparing and setting tests, examination papers and graded exercises

marking and providing appropriate feedback on oral and written work

devising and producing new materials, including audiovisual resources

attending and contributing to training sessions

participating in marketing events to promote the academy

regular meetings with the management team and parents


a friendly and confident manner

good planning and organisational skills

the ability to work under pressure

flexibility and an adaptable teaching style

creative skills and ideas for developing the syllabus with practical and interesting lessons

excellent communication and listening skills

sensitivity, tolerance and patience

sufficient Spanish to provide feedback to clients or children's parents

Salary and Working hours
Starting salaries vary depending on experience and further qualifications. Typically 24 contact hours per week, Monday to Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings.
Pre-entry or on-the-job training as a classroom assistant in the summer school or during term time will be necessary for the role.
We require two verifiable professional or educational references.