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Teachers needed for phone classes and fluency practice

Published: 12 May, 2019

LinguaHabit Consultants

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Spain, Online

Job title

EFL phone Teacher

Job description

We currently offer a service to language schools in the form of 15, 20, 30 minute phone calls to their students 30-60 minutes after their regular classes.

The job: you will receive a list of students to call, including their name, level and list of topics/vocabulary they have studied in class that day/week + a script and our own question bank to use.

After the call you will complete a feedback form which will be forwarded to the academy.

We are looking for max. 10 teachers willing to work block hours on Spanish time GMT+2 (e.g. 09.00-12.00, 12.00-15.00), Monday to Friday.

These are telephone or VOIP audio only calls. Full IT training provided. We provide an APP to call from your own phone (over Wifi) to mask your personal number.

Teachers must sign a confidentiality and no-poaching agreement as the students belong to the language academies.

Note: website will be available soon. As we have built our client list from direct sales, we have not required one until now.

Salary and benefits

Pay rate is negotiable, based on your teaching experience and qualifications. Payment via PayPal or bank transfer.


Previous language school experience with references.

Bachelor's degree or currently studying in university.

Clear, neutral accent (all nationalities are welcome to apply) we will require a short audio recording for the language schools to select from.

Proficient English, CEFR C2 or higher.

How to apply

Please sent a brief email with the subject line "ESL phone classes" to -

Please do not send CVs. We will respond with a form for you to fill in.

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