Job Teaching English in Morocco

Date posted:2014-08-19 | Writer: Wall Street English | Email: [email protected]

Are you a qualified EFL teacher looking to work in Africa? Wall Street English is the premier provider of English instruction for individuals and corporate clients around the world, and the only ISO certified institute on the market. We opened our doors in Africa in January 2009 with the Wall Street English Casablanca center. We have since expanded to meet the English-learning needs of some of Morocco’s most prominent companies in the engineering, banking, investment, and oil industries.

We are looking for a teacher to join our team as we expand our corporate clientele, which means you will be teaching both in Casablanca and at some of our clients’ other sites. You will have exciting opportunities to advance your career by becoming part of the Wall Street English family. You will meet fascinating students and warm colleagues who will help you navigate a new culture and country! And in your free time, you can get to know this beautiful country by…

• Trekking in the High Atlas mountains

• Visiting the Sahara and staying with Bedouin

• Drinking mint tea overlooking Marrakech’s fabled Jmaa el Fna square

• Surfing in Casablanca, Essaouira or Agadir

• Visiting the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis outside Meknes

• Taking a tour of Ouarzazate’s ‘Atlas Studios’, one of the biggest film studios in the world, where Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, Kingdom of Heaven and more were filmed


• Must have a Bachelor’s degree

• Native level English teacher (U.K., U.S.A., Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, Australia)

• CELTA/TESOL certified or equivalent

• Be willing to teach off-site to corporate clients

• 1 year post-certification experience preferred

Competitive package, including:

• 12000 MAD/month

• Airfare to Morocco (reimbursed on completion of probationary period)

• Free health insurance

• Support through the visa and accommodation process

• 10 days paid hotel accommodation on arrival

• 18 days paid annual holiday

• 40 hours of training in the Wall Street English method

To apply:

Contact us at the email address given on the job heading.


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This lesson has one of the most complicated areas of the teaching process but I think it's an important area that allow us to know the knowledge, skills or abilities from our students. Personally I find very important the course evaluation; it give us a good feedback to continue working in that way or to improve something that will help or give more efficacy to the program and learning process.The most difficult unit so far. Very theoretical. Very hard to understand where to put the intonation in sentences. Especially because we never stand still at how we speak. Where to put the stress on a word, how to form our mouth and how does it sounds. It was difficult to read the phonetic alphabet. Had to go back to the sample page to deceiver the sentences in the test. A very useful lesson!!