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School is looking for highly motivated
French teacher
Requirements :

Offers :
  • good working conditions
  • promotion changes
  • training courses
  • flexible hours
  • great environment

The salary will depend on experience and qualifications.
Interested candidates should send their application together with a full CV and motivation form to [email protected]
Application deadline is 3 November 2008.
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