Director of English
The International Institute in Spain, a Massachusetts non-profit corporation, is seeking candidates who enjoy the challenge of educational innovation and who have a spirit of entrepreneurship for a full-time position as Director of its American English Program.
The successful candidate will have a proven record of working with other teachers to shape a lively educational program. The English Program offers courses that transmit North American language and culture to students ranging from children through college and adults who want to acquire language facility in a program that emphasizes North American culture.
The Director is responsible for the appointment and evaluation of teachers, the curriculum at all levels, the summer camp and the budget. He/she serves as the public face of the Program and works with the Director of the Institute to expand its student base in promoting our program and unique environment. The Director also works with our librarian to ensure that library resources support our program. The Director teaches at least one course per trimester.
Candidates should have a Master’s degree or Ph.D. in a field related to this work, proven excellence in language teaching, familiarity with digital learning platforms and demonstrated interest in pedagogy and curricular design. Candidates must have a broad background in American culture. Administrative experience with responsibility for appointments, curricular decisions, and budget preparation is desirable as is some knowledge of customer relations software—although we are happy to provide training in that area. Candidates should have strong spoken and written Spanish and must enjoy working with the public.
Applicants should submit by email a letter of application, CV and the names of two recommenders no later than May 17, 2022 for priority consideration. Application materials should be sent to: email@example.com.
Any inquiries should be directed to: Mr. Stephen Ault, Executive Liaison to the Board of Directors.
The International Institute is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from women and members of minority groups.
The International Institute in Spain, a Massachusetts non-profit corporation, is seeking a dynamic, tech-savvy, highly organized individual with excellent interpersonal and computer skills for a half-time position as the Administrative Assistant in its American language and culture program, which comprises American Cultural Studies and Adult and Young Learners’ English classes.
The Administrative Assistant will provide secretarial support to the English Program in a busy office setting. Essential skills include the ability to:
- Interact with the public in a friendly and professional manner
- Advanced competence with Excel
- Ability to use Salesforce or any other type of CRM
- Ability to update English Program website (wordpress)
- Assist in the creation and dissemination of advertising and promotional materials
- Excellent spoken communication in both English and Spanish
- Excellent written communication in Spanish is required and, additionally, in English is
Candidates should have a minimum of three years’ experience in an administrative support role that includes dealing with the public; facility in using databases (Filemaker), software (Microsoft Office including Excel), Salesforce or other CRM, and social networks; and an advanced level of English (C1 minimum). Experience in the United States and a college degree are desirable.
Applicants should submit their CVs by email as well as a letter of application in English, describing their motivation and interest in the position and contact information for two professional references. Application materials should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for the submission of applications is May 17th, 2022.
The International Institute in Spain is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability unrelated to job requirements, or other protected status.