Job For Enthusiastic EFL Teachers in Spain

Date posted:2014-05-07 | Writer: Aran School | Email: [email protected]

Aran School is a small friendly language school based on the un-spoilt Huelva coast in the south of Spain. We are looking to employ enthusiastic English Teachers for all age groups. The people employed must enjoy teaching English to children as well as adults. Due to significantly increased demand, we have openings  for 2 full-time EFL/ESL teachers, starting in September, initially for work until the following July, with the possibility of renewal. Excellent conditions and pleasant working environment.

We offer:

- Above-average local salary, with paid Christmas and Easter holidays

- Full Social Security and medical coverage

- Paid local holidays, including 2 weeks at Christmas

- Motivated adult learners

- Small classes with individual attention

- Supportive and friendly work atmosphere

- Continuous improvement, with constant exchange of effective teaching tools

- Freedom and trust to do most things your way

- Minimum of bureaucracy

- High expectations

- Serious orientation to the success of each of our students

- We use laptops


Preference - University Degree, TEFL, TESOL  or CELTA.


25 hours a week - Salary starting from €1,100 net a month depending on experience. Paid holidays. Option for renewal of contact.

Contact person:               

Mr. Tomás Costello, Director of Studies, via email at the address given on the job heading.

Calle Alta Nº 27

Cartaya, Huelva

21450 - Spain

Telephone / Fax:  0034 959 096499

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.


the unit focuses on troubleshooting. what kind of problems you might face with different types of students. fro this unit i have learnt that in class even when you know the native language, it is important as the teacher to not use it and respond mostly to students asking questions or talking to you in english. I have learnt many types of warmers that would be very helpeful to establish rapport.Watching the videos, it is easy to see how much the teacher's attitude overwhelmingly changes how the students react. It is sometimes easy to forget that when you have a bad day, and your attitude suffers, so do the students that you have to teach. Friendly interaction, and giving the students a clear framework to work within is definitely the best way to go about teaching any level of students.