Teacher of Maltese (Junior School) - Teaching jobs in Malta - June 2024
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Teacher of Maltese (Junior School)

St. Edward's College , South of Malta

Published on 05 Sep 2023

Expired on 05 Oct 2023

St. Edward's College in Malta is currently looking to recruit a Teacher of Maltese (Junior School) to join their team on a full-time basis.

Job Role:
St. Edward’s College is seeking to employ a full-time Maltese Teacher for the scholastic year 2023 / 2024.

By the closing date and time of this call for application, applicants must be:

  • Proficient in the Maltese and English Language; AND
  • In possession of a B.Ed, MTL or equivalent at MQF Level 6 or higher in the subject area; AND/OR
  • In possession of a recognised, relevant qualification at MQF Level 6 (subject to a minimum of 180 ECTS/ECVET credits or equivalent), AND a recognised qualification in pedagogy at MQF Level 6 (subject to a minimum of 60 ECTS/ECVET credits or equivalent of which a minimum of 18ECTS/ECVET should comprise teaching practice/relevant school experience)
  • A professional comparable qualification in the subject/area applied for
  • Teaching experience will be considered an asset.

Orientation and training on school systems and procedures will be given to the successful applicants.

At St. Edward’s College, we have a commitment to personal and professional development, a child protection policy and a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse and harm.

Full applications should include an updated CV;  a detailed and formal transcript of studies for the qualifications referred to in the CV; two reference letters and a motivation letter in one PDF file.

St. Edward's College:
At St Edward's we believe that students need to strive for excellence in all areas of their lives, personal as well as academic. A clear and well-defined understanding amongst all those involved in the process; teachers, administrators, the family and of course the students will help in a successful outcome. Realistic achievable goals, towards which students, parents, and staff can direct their energies, will also contribute to the ultimate success of the student. A holistic, inclusive approach to student development is evident in our approach to our students at St Edward's.

Full Time
Job Type
Entry (0-12 months), Intermediate (1-3 years), Fresh Graduate, Experienced (3 years +)
Experience Level
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