Bilingual Education and Teaching Assistant at a School in Murcia, Spain

  • Education / teaching
  • Murcia, Spain
  • April 11, 2024 02:25
  • Internship

Job Description

  • Date Posted:

    Apr 11, 2024
  • Expiration date:

    Jun 11, 2024
  • Location:

    Murcia, Spain
  • Hours:

    30h / week
  • Salary:

    0€ - 800€

Job Description

About our School

We are a reputable and thriving institution located in the heart of Murcia, Spain. With a dedicated staff and a nurturing environment, we aim to provide holistic education to inspire and challenge our young learners. Our goal is to prepare students for the complexities and opportunities of the 21st century, equipping them with essential skills and instilling in them self-confidence, resilience, adaptability, respect, and social responsibility. We celebrate diversity and encourage curiosity, fostering an understanding and appreciation for global perspectives.

About Murcia

Murcia, located in South-Eastern Spain, is distinguished by its rich history, cultural heritage, and warm weather. Known for its scenic landscapes, architecture, diverse gastronomy, and friendly people, the city offers a high quality of life and vibrant living atmosphere. Connected with various transport links and offering numerous recreational activities, Murcia has the charm of a small town combined with the conveniences of a bustling city.

Job Description

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and passionate Education/Teaching Assistant. The successful applicant will support the delivery of quality learning and teaching, assist teachers in classroom management, contribute to planning and execution of lessons, monitor students’ participation and progress, providing extra assistance as required.


- Assist teachers with preparation and implementation of lesson plans.
- Monitor classroom activities and maintain a positive and interactive learning environment.
- Perform administrative duties – record keeping, material organization, etc.
- Adapt teaching strategies to meet students’ individual needs.
- Support students' emotional and social development, encouraging positive interactions.


- Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in an applicable field.
- Previous experience working in an educational environment.
- Proficiency in both Spanish and English (written and spoken).
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Adaptability and patience to work with different age groups and learning abilities.
- Problem-solving skills and creativity to make learning an engaging experience for students.
- Understanding of Spanish curriculum and educational regulations.