Looking for English Teaching Jobs? Let's Get Started with this step-by-step guide!
We assume that you are here to get help finding an ESL teaching job, either Online English teaching or Teach Abroad. This site is fantastic for that and more and also connect you as a teacher to the schools directly. That is in the works in the future.
Here are some key steps to help you get started whether you are a newcomer or a veteran teacher looking for better ESL teaching opportunities.
What's ESL Teaching?
Maybe you are brand new to this whole English or English as a second language teaching thingy, whether Online or Teach Abroad. No problem we have you covered. We have prepared you the extensive guides to help you learn the ins and outs of teaching ESL Online and Teach Abroad.
Teach abroad criteria is typically limited to candidates from US/Canada/UK/Ireland/Australia/New Zealand/South Africa, Bachelor’s degree or above, and either with TEFL certificate or proven teaching experience due to the visa requirements. However, non-native speakers do have a chance to teach subjects other than English or other teaching roles.
Stand out from the crowd with a resume that is best suited for the online ESL teaching job market. Learn about what the employers are looking for and then dial in your current resume to reflect these points. Learn about the importance of an effective cover letter and how to create one based on your experience and other factors.
All About the TEFL
TEFL stand for Teaching English as a Second Language. However, what is a TEFL and why do so many schools ask for one? There are multiple reasons to get a TEFL that go beyond have a piece of paper for schools to look at. Make sure that you get certified from a reputable company with a program that will make you a better teacher.
In the crowded world of English teaching applicants, your resume, photo, degree(s) and TEFL certificate aren’t enough to help you stand out. But an excellent self-recorded introduction video will!
An intro video is a good channel to present your English teaching and interpersonal skills and make it more personal to the recruiters than a Résumé.
Which ESL Company to Teach?
This is probably one of the most challenging and time consuming step. The good news is that we curated the list of jobs by compiling valuable information from teachers, schools, and other contributors. We purge and add to our list on a constant basis.
Or skip the painful process altogether, submit your application to us! We’ll suit you the best matching jobs!
Teach Abroad Jobs
Find local schools, overseas companies, and local ESL hiring agencies from the countries of the greatest ESL demands in China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Southeast Asia, South America, Saudi Arabia, and more.
Having the proper teaching supplies for your home office or nomad teaching environment is critical. We have made some recommendations to help you figure out what to buy.
Join Our Community
Want to hear the straight scoop when it comes to an online company or local school? Hear from others to find out who is hiring, what school to avoid, or whatever else you want to know. We have a Facebook Group to help answer those questions and more.
We have pulled some of the reviews from our group and have posted them for you to look at.
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