10 Job Opportunities in Granada

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23 responses to “10 Job Opportunities in Granada

  • Jake

    Thanks very much for the post. While I am not sure that you cover absolutely everything this helps to give a decent idea about english speaking job prospects around Granada.

    What about getting really fun jobs in Granada



  • Granada Insider

    Thanks guys for the comments, while it may first appear difficult to get a job, often a little persistence and knocking on doors goes a long way.

  • expat14

    This is really helpful!! especially with the bit of information about how much pay to expect. I know I am moving to Granada in a week and have had some offers from private language schools, but it is nice to have an idea of how much they pay.

    Are you still in the area Granada Insider??

  • jennifer

    What about general aviation jobs? Island hopper type planes..152’s and 172 cessna and piper type. Are there any airports like this that would hire an english speaking mechanic?

  • Germanboy

    One Question.
    Which Northgate do you mean? Insurance or the HR ?

  • Victoria


    I am currently looking for a teaching position in Granada and at the moment it just seems literally impossible! I have been on very website and sent a million emails. Does anyone know of any teaching jobs that are out there at the moment? I love Granada, having visited twice I am in love with this place!

    I am looking to start in February.

    Thank you,


    • Christina

      You would have better luck dropping off your CV in person and talking to the director in passing. The best time to look for a job in an academy is September when school starts and everyone is scrambling to get more teachers. Spain is a very face-to-face kind of place, so if you send your CV it may get dumped or ignored in favor of someone who has the same qualifications (or less!) but took the time to dress up and meet their prospective employer.

  • http://tinyurl.com/natolions58671

    “10 Job Opportunities in Granada Granada Insider” was
    in fact a perfect article. In case it included even more pics it might be even much better.
    Thank u ,Ethan

  • shaun

    Helped me a lot it was very informative thanks.

  • English American Center (EAC)

    Hi there, we are an English academy in Granada and we are looking for a teacher asap for this course, with a contract and a lot of hours of classes, so the payment is well. Please, if you are interested in working with us, feel free to contact us. Our phone number is (+34)958250274

  • Joyce Maina

    I am looking for a driver/ mechanical job

  • Inge

    I am leaving my current job at a new language centre in Granada and so they need people to replace me, please contact them for more info http://languagehousegranada.com/es/

  • Michael

    Looking for any work due to family circumstances and now living in Andalusia. I am fully computer literate and have excellent communication skills and telephone manner.
    I am comfortable in both the office and external environment i am able to work individually on my own initiative or as part of a team.

  • Ieva

    Hola!Thank you for information!But here is some person which can help to finde a job?Like a mentor?Or something like that?Or some e-mail?

  • Jane

    Hello! I’m planning on moving to Granada in January and have been looking for a teaching job there, but from what I have seen online, it seems like most schools/academies prefer hiring European teachers rather than Americans because of the visa. Could you recommend me any places who hire Americans? At least for three months? I have a TEFL certificate and teaching experience.

  • Louis DiFante

    To whom it may concern,

    My name is Louis DiFante and I’m currently living in Stockholm, Sweden studying my master’s degree in International and Comparative Education. I have a TEFL certificate and have taught English in Italy, Indonesia, Boston MA, and Sweden. I am Italian- American so I have dual citizenship however English is my native language.

    I have just rented a flat in Granada for the month of July. I am looking for work for that month, as I would like to teach English in Spain to gain more experience. Do you have something available at your school? I am willing to sub, teach a course, work full-time or part-time. I have experience teaching a wide variety of classes.

    I am available for 4 weeks and can work any hours during that time.

    Please respond back accordingly with an answer at your earliest convenience. I can also provide a CV or resume upon request!

    Thank you very much.

    Kind Regards,

    Louis DiFante

  • samira di cristina

    I know Granada,I’m Spanish and I want to go back to Spain and I need to find job before.

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