The following is an ESL job board. Please scroll down to see more about each position. We’re currently hiring qualified and dedicated teachers for COLOMBIA and SOUTH KOREA.
Teach English in Colombia
Now hiring paid English teaching fellows for the public sector in Colombia!
We’ve partnered with some amazing organizations (the government-run Ministry of Education, for starters) to offer this unique opportunity to teach English to underprivileged youth in Colombia. The hope is that in doing so we can help strengthen ties across our borders.
We’re seeking qualified, motivated and passionate individuals who want to share their knowledge of English and their cultural differences (in a completely supported environment) with students who are eager to learn and to teach you a few things as well.
Free first month of accommodation in placement city
Monetary bonus upon completion of the program
24/7 support from regional coordinators
Bilingual school mentor
Co-teach with experienced Colombian teachers
Airport pickup in Bogotá
Transport from orientation in Bogotá to placement city
Opportunity to create positive change and to become part of Colombian history while impacting the lives of hundreds of students
Teach English in South Korea
Now hiring for government school positions in Korea!
The South Korean government is in need of native English speakers for the following programs: EPIK (Nationwide English Program in Korea); SMOE (Seoul Metropolitan City Public School Program); IMOE (Incheon Metropolitan City Public School Program); GEPIK (Gyeonggi Regional Public School Program); GOE (Gyungnam Regional Public School Program); CNOE (Chungnam Regional Public School Program).
Must be a citizen from the USA, the UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa. Applicants from any other country cannot teach English in South Korea.
Must hold a Bachelor’s in Education OR a Bachelor’s in any other field AND a TEFL/TESOL certification.
Duties may include class preparation, lesson planning, developing the curriculum, tests & evaluations, attending meetings, extracurricular activities, assisting the Korean teachers and other responsibilities as outlined in your contract
School day is 8:30-4:30, Monday through Friday (except holidays)