Modern languages teaching jobs in Birmingham
Head of Languages
Hamstead Hall Academy, Birmingham
Our vision is to create a collaborative learning community where we work together to educate, support and inspire our students and staff to be the best they can be through the pursuit of excellence in everything we do.
Head of MFL
Ark Boulton Academy, Birmingham
As Director of MFL, you will lead and be accountable for the MFL department's quality of teaching, learning and outcomes in both KS3 and KS4.
Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages
Ninestiles An Academy, Birmingham
Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages Required September 2023 or sooner – ECTs welcome. An exciting opportunity has arisen within our academy for an enthusiastic and inspirational MFL teacher able to inspire learners to achieve excellent results.
Teacher of MFL (Spanish + either French, German or Italian)
BOA Digital Technologies Academy, Birmingham
We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified, confident and enthusiastic teacher to plan, prepare and deliver outstanding lessons in MFL, specifically Spanish plus at least one other language, preferably either French, German or Italian.
Waverley School, Birmingham
The ideal candidate will have an excellent track record of teaching and student progress within a successful secondary school or teaching training programme.
Teacher of Spanish and French
Selly Park Girls' School, Birmingham
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding, enthusiastic and innovative Teacher of Spanish and French to join our dedicated MFL department in September 2023. This post could suit Early Career Teachers (ECTs) as well as more experienced candidates.
Teacher of French
Broadway Academy, Birmingham
We are looking for an ambitious, enthusiastic and successful teacher/tutor, who is a passionate communicator determined to help raise the standards of teaching and learning in French and to maintain our course during a period of absence.
Teacher of MFL
Turves Green Boys' School, Birmingham
We need a talented specialist who can teach French to Key Stage 4 with a passion for their subject. An additional language at KS3 would be desirable but not essential.