- 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
A successful candidate should have solid teaching skills, good organizational skills, excellent people skills and the following:
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Since it started in 1953, International House has become an established and well respected name in the language teaching industry. IH now has 65 years’ experience in language school teaching and more than 55 years in teacher training. We have developed into a truly global network which employs over 5, 800 teachers worldwide.
IH sets high standards for our schools. If you work for an IH school you can expect the following:
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Over more than 65 years, International House has created a family of language schools around the world, that now employ more than 5,000 teachers and help more than 200,000 students achieve their goals and ambitions every year.
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