Career Opportunities


The University of Washington INTERPRETER SERVICES department has an outstanding opportunity for a Fixed Duration Appointment MEDICAL INTERPRETER/CASE WORKER/CULTURAL MEDIATOR (CCM)- SPANISH. The individual in this role will serve as an interpreter, case manager and cultural mediator. The CCM/ Bilingual/bicultural Navigator Educator Coach will help Harborview patients in their target populations to better manage their diabetes with education, navigation assistance, advocacy and supportive coaching. For more information and to apply for the position, click here.


The Embassy of Spain in Washington offers grants to selected Spanish graduates wishing to spend a semester or a year in Spain teaching English.

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Anne Arundel

Located in Annapolis, Maryland, Anne Arundel County Public Schools is seeking qualified Spanish teachers for their middle and high school programs.  They offer courses that begin in 6th grade, through 12th grade, including IB and AP Language and Literature. Anne Arundel County Public Schools are a progressive school system and one of their initiatives is to elevate all students.  They believe that through an immersion-like setting, students will learn languages via performance and proficiency.  All graduating students can to apply at  Applicants will then be contacted for screening interviews.  


Merion Mercy Academy, an independent, all girls Catholic High School sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, has an opening for a full time Spanish teacher for the 2014-2015 school year. Degree and certification required. Experience preferred.  Please submit a resume to Mary Ann Danovich, Vice Principal for Academic Affairs, or or mail to Merion Mercy Academy; 511 Montgomery Avenue; Merion Station, PA 19066.

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Padua Academy, in Wilmington, Delaware, is actively seeking to fill two positions in their World Language Department beginning in the 2014-2015 school year.  To accommodate their expanding enrollment in language courses, they will be hiring a teacher of Spanish, as well as a long-term substitute position for a teacher of French and Spanish. Should any graduating students be interested in either position, additional information is available on the academy's website:

Padua Academy is a four year Catholic high school for young women that was founded in 1954 by Rev. Joseph L. McCoy, O.S.F.S. and built by the members of St. Anthony of Padua parish. The school's mission is rooted in the Catholic faith, and offers young women a transformational college preparatory education, challenging them to live Christ-centered lives of leadership and service.