Work with us
We are always looking for new teachers to join our team, especially for the high season (June, July and August). We are looking for teachers who can offer at least 2 weeks in summer, but more weeks are available throughout the year for the right candidates.
Successful homestay teachers will enjoy teaching English and hosting international visitors in their home. They will have a professional qualification in teaching (CELTA, TESOL or Primary/Secondary PGCE), a comfortable home and enthusiasm for sharing their language, culture and location. Many of our teachers have worked in business, industry or other educational fields prior to teaching from home. The advantages for you are flexible working arrangements and the convenience of working in your own home. We provide full support and access to course materials.
Teachers who can offer GCSE and A Level subjects are also required to host and teach and/or to teach ONLINE.
If you are interested in becoming a homestay teacher for Living Learning English, please contact us for further information. We look forward to hearing from you!
Safer Recruitment: LLE is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. LLE operates a safer recruitment policy to help deter candidates who may be unsuitable to work with children and vulnerable adults. References will be sought from short-listed candidates before interview and questions will ask specifically if there are any reasons why the applicant should not be employed in a position where they have responsibility and access to children and young people aged under 18 years old. At the interview stage, any gaps in employment will need to be explained satisfactory and proof of qualifications will need to be seen. If successful for this position, applicants should be aware that they will need to undergo an Enhanced DBS check by the disclosure and baring service before appointment is confirmed. This position is exempt from the Rehabilitation of offenders Act 1974 and therefore all convictions, cautions, written warnings, bind overs, including those regarded as “spent” must be declared. It is a criminal offence to provide any false information.
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