Teaching Jobs in Spain

2020-02-18
Mathematics Teacher, - Cordoba, Spain
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:Until Filled
2020-02-17
Mathematics Teacher with ability to teach to A Level, - Cordoba, Spain
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:27,000 euros
  • Closing Details:2020-03-17
2020-02-17
Psychology Teacher, - Navarra, Spain
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-04-03
2020-02-17
English Literature Teacher for KS3 and KS4, - Madrid, Spain
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-04-30
2020-02-14
English Literature Teacher for KS3 and KS4, - Madrid, Spain
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-04-30
2020-02-14
Psychology, - Cadiz, Spain
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-03-11
2020-02-12
Science Teacher (Physics or Chemistry specialist), - Cordoba, Spain
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:Until Filled
2020-02-12
A Native Level Spanish Teacher, Teacher of Mathematics, - Benalmadena, Spain
  • Start: 2020-21 School Year
  • Compensation:TBD
  • Closing Details:2020-03-12
Teaching Jobs in Spain

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International School Jobs in Spain

Teaching Jobs in Spain

The majority of international schools in Spain can be found in large urban centres such as Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, and Seville. There are fewer international teaching jobs to be found in smaller towns and rural areas, but these are beginning to emerge. While some international schools offer full K-12 provision, others specialise in early years, primary or secondary education. Primary teaching jobs in Spain are common. Most international schools in Spain are accredited and deliver an internationally recognised curriculum such as the International Baccalaureate, US Common Core, or the National Curriculum for England. Teachers of most grades and subjects should be able to find teaching jobs in Spain international schools.

International School Jobs Spain

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How to Find Teaching Jobs in Spain International Schools

International School Jobs Spain

International school jobs in Spain run along the Western academic calendar, from September to June or July. There will often be two intakes for hiring, one in September and one in January. The hiring process for teaching jobs in Spain will normally start in October or November of the previous year. Please note: not all vacancies are open to expatriates – management and support roles are most often filled locally. The most commonly posted opportunities for expats teaching abroad in Spain include early years, primary, and secondary teaching openings, principal and coordinator positions, SEN and learning support teachers, as well school counsellor and teacher librarian vacancies. The language of instruction in most international schools in Spain will be English, however some schools are bilingual. A teacher’s licence, QTS or similar is normally required for teaching jobs in Spain international schools.

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  1. Need help finding teaching jobs in Spain? Post a comment here and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

    WISH Team
  2. Hi, I am a certified EYFS teacher with 5 years of teaching in international schools. I am interested in finding a job in Spain for the 20-21 academic year. Your guidance will be highly appreciated.

    My email: rahat.wahid@gmail.com

    Regards and thanks.

    Rahat Wahid
  3. I am originally from Iran with master degree in Clinical Psychology .Currently I am an IB school counsellor in India. I am looking forwards to finding a job in Spain international schools.Your guidance will be highly appreciated .

    My email: miladghiasi33@gmail.com

    Thanks and regards

    Milad Ghiasi
  4. Hi, I am a certificated teacher and ELL specialist in Washington State. I am interested in job opportunities in international schools in Spain for Americans. Please contact me with the best ways to find jobs or forums to pose questions.

    Thanks!
    Beth

    bethyjims@yahoo.com

    Beth Jimerson
  5. I am looking to retire after my last year teaching in South Korea at Seoul International School in 2023 at the age of 63. I want to look into living in Spain, and then possibly subbing or doing tutoring for an International school — would that be possible? Not sure about age limits — could you please let me know who I can contact if you aren’t able to help me?
    Thanks,
    Leslie Gregori
    gregoril@siskorea.org

    Leslie Gregori
  6. Hello,
    I am a certificated teacher in Washington State, with endorsements to teach general education as well as special education, a TEFL certificate, and over 2 years of teaching experience. I am interested in teaching in Spain, preferably at an International school but open to other possibilities.
    Thanks,
    Brianna
    briderby13@gmail.com

    Brianna Derbyshire
  7. Hi, I am Lilit. Have MA in English language and literature from Moscow State University, Russia. Have been teaching MYP English language and literature in an IB school for four years. HOD, Service as Action and Community Project Coordinator.
    Please E-mail me in case of any interesting opening in IB schools in Europe: lilloshka@yahoo.com
    Thanks!

    Lilit
  8. Hello, I am form the U.S. with a Bachelor’s in Elementary and Special education, I have 3 years of teaching experience and am bilingual. I am looking for a position in Spain for the 20-21 school year.

    Thank you,
    Email: dolivarr94@hotmail.com

    Diana Olivarria

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