Jobs:

EFL Teacher in Dublin

Start Date
December 2021, January 2022, February 2022.
Duration or End Date
12 months
Salary
Up to €23 per hour; contracts of 23.5 - 31 hours per week.

 

 

Essential Requirements

  • You must have a CELTA, Trinity TESOL, or equivalent initial teaching qualification
  • The role is open only to those with the right to work in the EU.
  • You must have a degree (e.g. BA, BSc)

Job Description

International House Dublin is looking for qualified and experienced Teachers of English for 12-month contracts. Positions are available at our adult school in Dublin city centre.
Requirements

  • Qualified English Language teachers with a CELTA, CELT or Trinity TESOL certificate (only teachers with these qualifications will be considered)
  • Degree holder
  • Previous experience working in a similar context
  • Eligible to work in the EU

Other Benefits

AccommodationThe school will subsidise accommodation with IH Dublin host families.

HolidaysHolidays are paid at 8% of hours worked. The school closes for two weeks at Christmas every year. Teachers are entitled to 10 days' certified sick leave each year.

 

About the school and city

International House Dublin is located in the heart of Dublin city centre, about a 10-minute walk from The Spire on O’Connell Street.

We moved to the current premises, in the Steelworks, in 2017. It's a very modern, four-storey building, in a mixed-use residential and business complex with a quiet, leafy courtyard in the centre. The ground, first, second and third floors of the building are used for English language and teacher training classes and on the top floor of the building there is a café with a roof terrace and great views over the city.

IH Dublin CELTA Success Rate


Although in an English speaking country, walking around the classrooms at IH Dublin will feel very international as the majority of students are on medium or long term stays from Europe or further afield.

We are close to attractions such as the Epic Museum, the General Post Office (GPO museum) and the Hugh Lane Dublin City Art Gallery.