I've read these comments with interest because I can tell you that some of the international schools in Spain and Cyprus are packed with unqualified teachers. In fact I've been in schools where there were more unqualified than qualified staff. These people didn't have Phds and in some cases didn't have degrees. Private schools can hire who they want. QTS is only a requirement of state schools and some of them are getting around this by hiring 'instructors' or 'tutors'. I think it depends on the nature of the school you are looking at. The above posts must be from people at top International schools. I think with your qualifications you will find a job. The little schools in Spain are constantly trying to convince prospective parents that they have well qualified teachers. By having Dr.s on the staff they gain some credibility regardless of QTS.