ESL Teaching Position in Loja, Ecuador

Published: 4 Nov, 2020

The Canadian House Center

chcloja@gmail.com
Ecuador, Loja
Full and part time

Job title

EFL Teacher

Job description

Founded in November 2007, this centre started life as a small family run English school in the city of Loja, Ecuador. People quickly recognised, not only, the quality of their education, but also the affection they have for the students and it was this, coupled with an unwavering passion for what they do, that kick-started the centre’s growth.

While they continue to grow, teachers who are proficient in English and engaging for students are welcomed.

Job Details:

Starting Date: Feb 15th, 2021
TEFL in a private school based in Loja, Ecuador
Class Size: 7-14 pupils.
Attending school activities and events.
Prepare English classes.
Teach kids, teenagers and adults following the school interactive curriculum, which includes using technological classroom presentation tools.
Set lesson plans and improve educational and teaching methods.
Create a proper teaching environment for the students to ensure the quality of the classes.
Communicate and cooperate with the different departments.
Participate in the meetings and workshops held by management.
Teachers can choose to work anywhere from 20 to 40 hours per week.

Salary and benefits

£726 per month.
Subsidised and furnished housing provided, including utilities and internet.
Subsides health insurance provided.
Assistance with visa – the employers will pay for half.
Ongoing teacher training.
Fun free time activities.
Spanish lessons.

Requirements

Bachelor degree.
No experience needed.
Native level English speakers preferred.
TEFL certificate (100+ hours).
Reliable and enthusiastic.

How to apply

Please send your covering letter, CV and a recent photograph.

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