Full-time TEFL Positions in Spain

Date posted:2016-02-25 | Writer: Bray's Santander | Email: [email protected]

Brays, established in 1988, are looking for full-time EFL teachers to join their small, friendly, progressive teams in Santander or Madrid. This is an ideal job for dedicated teachers interested in teaching both adults and children and anxious to develop their TEFL skills. Do you also relish a timetable which gives you the opportunity to teach both children and adults? If the answer is yes we would love to hear from you.


1,150 to 1,250 + euros nett, depending on qualifications and experience, with full social security, with contract running until at least until June, 2017. A great city to work in and a small, enthusiastic team giving you a good opportunity to broaden your skills. Full help with finding accommodation.


Experience and knowledge of Spanish an advantage, though not essential. Evidence of a genuine interest in teaching valued. Ideally you would also be an interesting conversationalist, with knowledge of Cambridge exams, and have a good degree in a relevant subject. Preference given to native English speakers with an EU passport.


Applications by email, please, to the address given on the job heading, with cover note and CV attached.

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.


Tenses in a foreign language can be hard to understand, but they are necessary to understand. Especially to understand the most common problems which most certainly will occur during lessons is a necessity. Knowing the basic differences between simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continues is the foundation of present, past and future and therefore a “must have” as a teacher.This unit focused on the parts of a sentence and specifically looked at nouns, verbs, conjunctions, prepositions, pronouns, adjectives and adverbs. I feel I have learnt from it the difference between present participle and gerund, which had been unclear to me before. I also feel I have learnt how I can explain in simple ways the basics of what makes up a sentence, with relevant examples.