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EFL Teachers – Setúbal- Portugal – October 2015 – June 2016

August 26, 2015

Michelle Hughes, from the English Institute at Setúbal, Portugal writes to ask for EFL teacher applications for the coming season.

She says: “We are looking for responsible, professional and enthusiastic EFL teachers to join the English Institute, Setúbal, Portugal. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching children, teenagers and adults for the next academic year, 2015/2016. The contract will run from 1st October to 30th June 2016.

Minimum requirements:

  • University degree
  • CELTA (minimum grade B)
  • A minimum of one years teaching experience
  • Experience working with children and teenagers
  •  E.U. passport
  •  A professional and responsible attitude

What we offer:

Founded in 1984 the Institute offers a warm, friendly and supportive working environment. If you care about your students and you want to be treated with respect and consideration by your employers, this could be the job for you.

The successful candidate will earn €1500 per month for 24 teaching hours a week. We provide free, shared accommodation within walking distance of the school and flights from, and to, the UK at the beginning and end of the contract will be paid for.

We look for teachers who are lively, capable of working with children, teenagers and adults and able to motivate and encourage their students.

Where we are located:

Setúbal is a coastal town, set at the edge of the Arrábida Natural Park, and only 40km south of Lisbon. Situated on the River Sado Estuary, which is home to a resident community of dolphins, there are many beautiful nearby beaches, from those located in the Natural Park to the Troia Peninsula. Setúbal also offers a variety of cultural events, which include an international film festival, sports activities and local gastronomy.

How to apply:
If you are interested in applying please send your CV along with copies of your relevant certificates (degree and CELTA), contact details of two referees and a recent photograph to Michelle Hughes, Director of Studies: .

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