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SOUTH KOREA > My school is looking to hire new teachers to start in February 2019 to teach kindergarten. This is an excellent opportunity to work in a relaxed environment in a reputable school which always pays on time and offers good benefits. Read More >
INDONESIA > We are continually looking for qualified EFL Teachers who meet the requirements to obtain a work visaRead More >
NEW ZEALAND > With New Zealand’s thriving tourism industry there are many opportunities for hospitality staff. Explore the country while gaining experience and learning new skills in bars, cafes, hotels, restaurants, guiding and a range of other positions.Read More >
FRANCE > Farming types vary, as do working hours, though typically this will be 40-50 hours per week.Read More >
CHINA > More and more Au Pairs choose China as their gap year destination because they are attracted by rich Chinese culture and its fascinating landscape. Read More >
RUSSIA > A Russian family from Moscow is looking for an English nanny-governess for three children aged 5, 9 and 13. Teaching English is the main responsibility, some nursery duties can be required. The ideal governess is to be active, flexible, easy-going and energetic. Speaking French is an advantage. The family travels during school holidays. Read More >
ITALY > Mother's Help needed for family with 2 kids 6 & 4 Other staff employed. English spoken Private accommodation Family live large flat in city centreRead More >
UK > Lovely position available nr London for a Nanny/Housekeeper. Private accommodation. Two boys aged 11 & 9. Anglo/Italian family. Read More >
WORLDWIDE > Travel For Teens is looking for qualified candidates to be Trip Directors and Counselors on programs throughout six regions (Europe, North America, Latin America, Oceania, Asia, and Africa). Read More >
SPAIN > Are you a recent graduate looking for a valuable professional experience in Spain? Start teaching English in Spain in January and finish in June 2019. Receive a monthly income, teaching-related training (paid by the programme), and ongoing in-country support.Read More >