Project Coordinator and English Teacher

ITALY / BELL Beyond English Language Learning

Job Description:
• teach English through games and activities at a local school two days a week during the academic year
• assist with recruitment and administration
• plan lessons and co-create the Bell Beyond programme with the support of the creative English team at Head Office
• support and train new employees in Bell teaching methods
• teach students aged between 4-14 in the Bell style in schools around Italy for short-term projects and at Summer Camp
• facilitate BELL teachers’ workshops for Italian teachers

Requirements:
• EFL qualification or equivalent experience working with children
• fun, enthusiastic, high energy and self sufficient
• candidates must be native English speakers eligible to work in the EU
• driving licence is required
• minimum age of 21

The person:
We are looking for a well-rounded person that is flexible, creative, and enthusiastic, with an interest in learning new teaching methods. The ideal candidate must be able to take initiative and take an active, hands-on approach to the job. The candidate must, have excellent communication skills and display a high level of professionalism and organisation.

Salary & Benefits:
Salary: €950 after tax per month
Contract type: Full time, minimum 1 year contract
Start date: December 2017/early January 2018
Location: Position based at the Head Office in Arma di Taggia, Italy, with travel to different locations depending on projects being undertaken
Accommodation: provided throughout your stay – utility bills excluded
Expenses: work-related travel costs included (transport/car provided for work purposes) – meals not included

To apply:
Please send your CV and cover letter to Mary-Ellen at recruitment@bellbeyond.com

Nationalities Accepted: EU Nationals only

Expires: Dec 15, 2017

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