Full time TEFL Job in Spain

Date posted:2015-07-01 | Writer: Brays | Email: [email protected]

Brays has been established in Santander since 1988 and in Getafe, Madrid since 2012. To fulfill unexpected additional contracts we are offering further full-time TEFL positions starting in October, 2015 and running until May, 2016 or beyond. Our founders are teachers from the state systems of the UK and Spain. We cater for students of all ages and levels. We like to think of ourselves as a progressive company whose main function is to help our students to acquire the language rather than us teaching it. Positions available to work in the academy, teaching all age ranges, and/or at Cantabria University, teaching adults. This will depend on your preference and skills.

Salary and benefits:

Around 1,200 euros a month clear, depending on experience, plus full social security. Help given with finding accommodation, and settling in.

Full consideration is given to your personal development. This includes weekly meetings where teachers discuss best practice. New ideas are gleaned from other teachers, internet and an extensive staff library. 


Preference given to experienced, native level TEFL qualified teachers with EU passports and a good university degree. The ability to speak Spanish is useful but not essential. Creativity, outside-the-box thinking and familiarity with using technology as an aid to inspire students very much appreciated.

If you are a creative person with a love of teaching and would like to join a small friendly team in one of Spain’s most beautiful locations we would love to hear from you.

How to apply:

Apply by email to the address given on the job heading, with CV and cover note attached. (Note: Regrettably, because of the extreme difficulty of obtaining work visas, the offer is not open to US citizens unless you also hold an EU passport.)

Tel: 00 34 332384


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit covers a lot of the logistical aspects of classrooms. Course materials such as workbooks and handouts are discussed along with the proper preparation of each and the pros and cons that come with them. Lesson plans are gone over briefly and an example is given. Classroom management is also address and many great examples of how to maintain control in a constructive manner are given.This section covered how to use the past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous forms of verbs. This was a way in which to expand upon previous concepts that were covered in an earlier section on present tense. Example activities in which students can use the past tense were also shown in this section in order to help transition into teaching about these concepts.