English Teaching Jobs in Spain
A list of English teaching jobs in Spain
If you’re looking for English teaching jobs in Spain, some of the best opportunities are internships, government programs, and private language academies. One advantage of working in Spain is that it’s relatively easy to pick up extra English lessons on the side.
English teachers enjoy a high wage for the amount of work. The typical salary for English teachers in Spain ranges from €700 – €2,000 per month ($800-3000 USD). Also, some schools offer subsidized rent and health care to English teachers.
If you’re first starting out as a teacher abroad, internship programs are a hassle-free way to get English teaching jobs in Spain. Internship programs usually cover all the essentials. For example, they typically handle accommodation, airport pickup, meals, and TEFL certification.
NALCAP – The North American Language and Culture Assistants Program (NALCAP) pairs American and Canadian graduates with elementary and secondary schools in Spain. Any native-like speaker can apply and become a teaching assistant (TA).
Meddeas – Meddeas partners with more than 200 private schools in Spain. This program is geared towards English native speakers with little or no teaching experience. You need to be TEFL-certified or have the equivalent education to apply for Meddeas.
UCETAM – To get accepted in UCETAM, candidates must be native English speakers. They also must have experience with children, hold a university degree, and a clean criminal record. The application period for the UCETAM academic school years typically starts in January.
NALCAP pairs American and Canadian graduates with elementary and secondary schools in Spain.
Meddeas partners with more than 200 private schools in Spain for English teachers with little or no experience.
UCETAM hires teachers to work in public schools. Experience is required with a university degree.
The peak hiring times for English teaching jobs in Spain is September to early October and January. In terms of finding work in Spain, just send your CV to every school you can find online. Here is a list of English teaching jobs in Spain to help you find out where you want to work.
If you can speak English fluently, it doesn’t necessarily mean you can teach English. At a minimum, TEFL certification gives you the basics for planning lessons and then putting what you’ve learned to practice with a practicum. Outstanding TEFL courses will assist you in getting a job and take care of you upon completion.