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Teach English Classes ONLINE to Latinos!

Published: 27 Jul, 2021
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LatinHire

Online
Full and part time

Job title

Online English Teacher

Job description

Looking for English teachers to teach online English lessons on Zoom to Latino adults or children! You can earn up to $1700-2200 USD /month. All you need is a white backdrop to teach and you can work as much as 48 hours a week or as little as 16 hours a month!

Salary and benefits

Why teach with LatinHire over other online English teaching companies:
• Classes are available 24/7.
• Huge flexibility in dropping and picking up shifts.
• Work as little as 16 hours a month or up to 48 hours a week.
• Only a white backdrop, Zoom and Adobe Reader are required. (No need for props or pretty backgrounds.)
• No need to build up a student base as shifts are assigned based on teacher availability.
• All teaching materials are provided. (No prep work necessary.)
• Get paid even if students don't show up to class. (Also get paid for breaks between classes.)
• Paid training and frequent bonuses.
• Ongoing personal development through optional training.
• Very helpful feedback on your teaching from lead teachers.
• 24/7 support available if you need help during class.
• Connect with a close community of teachers on Slack.
• Many payment methods are available depending on the country you're in.

Requirements

Minimum Requirements:
• Native English speaker with a neutral accent OR native-level English speaker who grew up in an English speaking country.
• At least elementary level Spanish or Portuguese (CEFR A2).
• A degree in any discipline OR a TEFL certificate. (College students are welcome too!)
• One year of experience teaching English.
• Teach a minimum of 16 hours a month.

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