Calling EFL teachers in Scotland!

Are you a dynamic and passionate EFL teacher who would be a valuable asset to our dedicated and professional team? Can you provide unique EFL learning experiences for students from across the globe in your own home?

Home Language Tuition is a division of Concorde International, we welcome clients around the world into a teacher’s home for a short, immersive experience of the language and culture of the country. We have Regional Supervisors in the different countries who oversee the administrative side of the student’s visit.

Job summary for Edinburgh EFL teacher

We regularly recruit teachers year round for our client guests, and right now we recruiting for EFL teachers in Scotland.

Teachers will be required to host, tutor and provide local activities/excursions for two Japanese adult clients staying 2nd - 14th June 2019 in Edinburgh.

The contract is:

  • To provide full board accommodation
  • 20 hours of English language tuition (10 hours per week)
  • 9 local activities/excursions across the two weeks.

Teachers may also be expected to provide airport transfers (of which an additional fee would be paid to the teacher).

How to apply

For details of remuneration and responsibilities, please email your latest CV and covering letter to Andrew George, Home Language Tuition Manager:

NB We are also actively recruiting year round Home Tuition tutors for short courses throughout the UK, if you would like to join our team please email

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