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Eton Institute is looking for an experienced Spanish teacher to work as a Head of the Spanish Language department. The incumbent will be expected to perform teaching duties as well as learning & development duties when required.


Teaching duties:

  • To maintain a minimum number of teaching hours per month along with learning & development duties for the Spanish language department
  • To ensure all lessons are delivered with a high level of preparation, quality and in strict accordance with set schedules 


 L&D duties may consist of:

  • To design and/or customize syllabi for new courses
  • Update, from time to time, existing courses for quality, content, and effective delivery online and in a classroom
  • Evaluate content and learning materials to ensure they are audience and age-appropriate
  • Maintain a high level of proficiency on the use of Eton’s LMS for teaching, communication, and course creation purposes
  • Train other teachers in their respective language departments on the use of the LMS and appropriate teaching methods
  • Keep abreast of the latest ed-tech solutions and teaching methods
  • Collaborate from time to time with the marketing department on the development of promotional material


Role / Profile:

  • Teaching qualification and/or certification for a teacher of French as a foreign language
  • Experience in teaching Spanish as a foreign language
  • Experience in the use of an LMS or other ed-tech solutions
  • Effectiveness of lesson delivery online
  • Understanding of outcome-based learning and ability to create high-quality syllabi and lesson plans to demonstrate alignment of content and activities to learning outcomes
  • Tech-savvy and passionate about education technology
  • Ability to work well with others and guide fellow teachers
  • Timely and punctual


Please send your most updated CV with a recent photograph to us at careers.uae@etoninstitute.com

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To apply for this job email your details to careers.uae@etoninstitute.com

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