TEFL Job in Argentina

Date posted:2014-01-28 | Writer: BridgeEnglish Argentina | Email: [email protected]

Bridge is a global company with operations in Argentina, Chile, and Brazil. With over 70 full-time employees and more than 350 teachers and trainers stretched across the world, Bridge comprises a diverse group of nationalities and cultures.  

Bridge is seeking qualified and passionate EFL teachers to teach Business English to corporate executives at its internationally certified language centers including Buenos Aires in Argentina. As a Bridge teacher, you are committed to providing the highest quality of language service and personalized instruction to business executives in major companies throughout the year. You will teach English following the proprietary Bridge methodology, participate in professional development trainings and fulfill teaching administrative duties as needed. You may also have the opportunity to teach in other cities, enriching your cultural experience. 

Position Requirements:

- Native level English speaker

- Bachelor’s degree required

- TEFL, TESOL CELTA or IDELT certified

- Teaching experience preferred

- Be able to commit to a regular teaching schedule for a minimum of 6 months.


- Exciting and rewarding work environment

- Continuous academic support and ongoing professional development workshops

- Spanish classes at preferential rates

- Rich cultural experience

To Apply:

Please contact us at the email address given on the job heading or at the number given below. You can also visit our facebook page (Bridge Linguatec). You are encouraged to apply before March 2014 for our first hiring cycle for 2014.

Join our team for an unforgettable teaching experience!

Bridge is an Equal Opportunity Employer

BridgeEnglish Argentina

Tucumán 633, 3° Piso, Buenos Aires, Argentina C1049AAM

Telephone: 54-11-4322-8181

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.


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