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If you’re looking for a real world experience but need to ensure that you’ll find a TESOL job, Asia is the place for you. Asia’s market is as hot as you’re going to find anywhere in the world. When it comes to China, it’s not about finding a job; it’s about finding the right job to suit your individual tastes and needs. After China, you’ve got the Far East and Southeast Asia as well as Mongolia, the Indian subcontinent, and many of the Former Soviet Republics (FSRs).
Azerbaijan, Kirgizstan and Kazakhstan are some of the better options for paying jobs and if you’re looking to volunteer, Armenia is also a good choice.
TESOL positions in Asia can be divided into three main categories: private schools, university work, and freelance teaching.
Universities are generally lower paid but your students will be keen to learn. Students tend to be more engaging and you will have time to do additional work to augment your salary. Universities also tend to be more consistent with pay and offering assistance with visas and other paperwork.
There are many ways to find jobs in Asia. If it makes you feel better to find a job before you arrive, you can often use a recruiting firm to secure a TESOL job. Be sure that you have a contract from the school itself and have looked into the recruiting agency as well as the school itself.
The demand for teacher is so high that you only need to be a native speaker. However, if you’d like to find a good job, you’ll need certification such as that from TEFL International. If you have no experience, nor qualifications and you’re considering teaching for longer than the very short term, you really should look into getting the TESOL certificate from TEFL International. This will increase your earning potential and give you the necessary teaching skills to perform your job effectively.
TEFL Job in The PhilippinesExpand
Date posted:2009-08-13 | Writer: Lapu Lapu language School | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New school with a difference! We are now seeking qualified, experienced native speakering (Canadian, American, British, Australian) TEFL instructors. You will teach 1:1 and small group classes on Mactan Island in Cebu, beginning approx. September 7. These positions are open primarily to those already living in the Philippines or who have easy access as no relocation allowance is provided. Salary is php50K per month, with small additional transportation allowance and free lunch daily. One week paid vacation after 6 month contract; 2 additional weeks after 12 months. We are located in a first class facility shared with an international film school and fashion studios overlooking the ocean.
An education background is desirable and 1 to 2 years actual teaching experience. A youthful, enthusiastic attitude and strong interpersonal skills are essential.
Cost of living in the Cebu area is quite low, with many amenities and nearby attractions. If you genuinely enjoy working primarily with adults and helping them achieve their goals this could be just right for the next year or two -or longer.
Instructions: Contact us via the e-mail address given on the job heading. (1) Submit cv with (2) a short letter explaining why you would like this position. (3) Include a recent photo. Applications omitting any of the above will not be considered, nor will interviews will be granted in advance of submission.
TEFL Job in Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaExpand
Date posted:2009-07-19 | Writer: Horizon Language Centre | Email: email@example.com
Horizon Language Centre (HLC) is currently recruiting native English speakers for teaching English Language to mostly international students. HLC currently has a number of American and Australian teachers whom are highly committed and passionate to teaching the Language.
HLC is located at the prestigious area of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) where the iconic Petronas Twin Towers stand majestically as the focal point of Malaysia. The area attracts many international communities due to its world-class facilities. It is thus the preferred location of most international students.
I would therefore like to invite native speakers preferably those from the UK and New Zealand (as we do not have these teachers at the moment) to send CVs & relevant certificates to the e-mail address given on the job heading. We offer a competitive remuneration package that will suit your needs. If you need further clarifications, please call HLC's Office at +6 03 2162 2080 between 9.00 am to 6.00 pm (Malaysian Time, about GMT +8 hours), Monday to Friday. The occupation is for immediate need.
I am looking forward to your applications.
Thanks and regards.
TEFL in BangladeshExpand
Date posted:2009-06-25 | Writer: Asian University for Women | Email: AAteachers@asian-university.org
***This position is based in Chittagong, Bangladesh. There are multiple openings for this position.***
The Access Academy of AUW is designed to bring in talented students who have already completed class 12 or equivalent and prepare them for a rigorous university education where instruction is in the English medium.
The Access Academy seeks highly effective and experienced English language instructors (TESOL/TEFL or otherwise qualified and practiced to teach English language) who can work patiently with students with inadequate English background and develop their reading, writing and listening skills within a 12-month period to a level that they can fully perform at the university.
Each teacher is expected to provide high quality instruction in the
classroom, and to promote a climate of continuous learning.
Teach five days a week (excluding weekends in Bangladesh) and 4-5 classes per day
Develop lesson plans, prepare for classes, grade papers, homework, and tests
Hold office hours (equivalent of one class period 3 times per week) for students
Implement the Access Academy curriculum and administer assessments for students to determine their readiness for entrance into AUW
Identify learning goals for the students and academic strategies to support students in reaching these goals
Use diagnostic tools to identify individual student's strengths and weaknesses and remedy deficits in learning
Develop and select instructional materials, projects, and assessment plans in support of the curriculum
Participate in regularly scheduled meetings with the Academic Dean of Access Academy to (a) assess and improve effectiveness of current practices; (b) raise issues of concern that arise in classrooms and follow through as appropriate
Promote skills, experiences, and attitudes that will enable each student to thrive
Serve as informal academic counselors for students
Lead and facilitate co-curricular activities such as sports, dance, music, martial arts, drama, school publications, radio/TV production, debate, photography, website development, etc.
Assume other assignments as requested by the Academic Dean of the Access Academy
The Academic Dean of the Access Academy will conduct class observations and meet individually with each teacher throughout the year.
Education and Experiences:
Knowledge of the conventions and rules of English grammar
Special interest in co-curricular activities
Ability to listen effectively and build rapport with students and other teachers
Flexible, consultative, and calm
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills in working with individuals from diverse backgrounds
Capable of exercising good judgment and strong initiative
Creative and positive
Prepared to be part of a start-up institution
Enthusiasm for living and working in Bangladesh
Bachelor's degree in English or TESOL/TEFL certification
Experience in ESL/EFL curriculum development
International or other cross-cultural experience
Commitment to teaching students from underserved communities
Strong computer and internet-based research skills: knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Strong teaching skills
Strong teamwork skills
Duration and Compensation:
Full-time, renewable contract.
Contract period: August 1 2009 - July 31, 2010. Minimum of one year commitment required.
Salary range for this position is $11,000-$17,000 USD and is commensurate with experience. Additional benefits include health insurance, housing, tax exemption for foreign employees, and one round-trip airfare per contract for international employees.
A complete application package consists of:
(i) Letter of Interest
(iii) 1 short writing sample
(iv) 1-page language instruction lesson plan
(v) 3 professional references who can comment on your teaching abilities
(vi) Copy of TESOL/TEFL certification (if available)
Please e-mail your application to the address given on the job heading.
TEFL in Phnom Pehn, CambodiaExpand
Date posted:2009-05-12 | Writer: Phnom Pehn University | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for a TEFL qualified teacher to teach ESL to young adults in a modern and creative environment. Work for an international university and take advantage of opportunities for professional development and travel. Explore historic sites and the picturesque countryside. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.
Send complete CV to the e-mail address given on the job heading, or in Cambodia call: 023-726-918
Teach TEFL in The PhilippinesExpand
Date posted:2009-03-11 | Writer: Noblesse International School | Email: email@example.com
TEFL qualified teachers sought to teach from K1 – HS12, middle school and high school. We have an immediate requirement for one kindergarten teacher (female) plus 1 Filipina assistant. Other positions start in August 2009. NIS is a beautiful new high tech school, complete with state of the art classrooms, swimming pool, gymnasium, golf driving range. Angeles City is a safe, fairly modern place in which to work. The cost of living is relatively cheap and it is possible to save a good amount from your salary.
Assistant teachers (Filipina) sought for all grades. Salary negotiated locally. All applicants should email or fax their career details, certificates, references and passport details ASAP.
Qualifications Needed: TESOL + Degree
Accommodation assistance: Subsidized
City Location: Angeles City
Salary: $2500 $1500(ESL)
Hours per week: 25
Airfare assistance: Full return airfare reimbursement
COLA – 25000 pesos/month
Overtime. Return air fare (country of departure). Medical/hospital insurance. Paid sick leave. Paid holidays. Residents/work visa. + + +
Opportunites to Teach TEFL in Hong KongExpand
Date posted:2009-02-22 | Writer: Education Bureau of Hong Kong | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To maintain the force of native English speaking teachers (NETs) in public sector primary and secondary schools, a substantial number of NETs are required for the school year 2009-2010. On behalf of the primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong, the Education Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region cordially invites you to apply for the NET positions.
NETs are required to teach English as a second language to Chinese students and assist in teacher and curriculum development in Government and Government-subvented primary schools (for students aged between 6 and 11) and secondary schools (for students aged between 12 and 17) and schools for students with special educational needs.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPOINTMENT
Candidates should have fluent speaking English competence and possess:
(A) For secondary school NETs
(i) A bachelor's degree majoring in English Language or English Literature or English Studies or Linguistics** or a Modern Language** OR a Bachelor of Education degree (majoring in English or a Modern Language** but not primary education specialist) obtained after 3 years' full-time study from a Hong Kong university or equivalent; and
(ii) A Post-graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) majoring in English or equivalent; and
(iii) At least 1 year's post-graduate experience of teaching English (preferably as a second or foreign language) at secondary school level or above.
- Applicants who possess a bachelor's degree in other academic subjects AND a PGDE or equivalent AND Teaching English as a Foreign or a Second Language (TEFL/TESOL) qualification preferably at diploma level AND at least 1 year's post-graduate experience of teaching English at secondary school level or above may also apply and the applications may only be considered when there are positions left unfilled by candidates meeting all the qualification requirements.
(B) For primary school NETs
(i) A bachelor's degree majoring in English Language or English Literature or English Studies or Linguistics** or a Modern Language** from a Hong Kong university or equivalent; and
(ii) A recognized teacher training qualification in primary education; and
(iii) A Teaching of English as a Foreign Language or a Second Language (TEFL/TESOL) qualification at least at certificate level.
- Applicants who possess a bachelor's degree in any subjects AND/OR a recognized teacher training qualification not in primary education AND a TEFL/TESOL qualification at least certificate level may also apply and the applications may only be considered when there are positions left unfilled by candidates meeting all the qualification requirements.
** A degree in Linguistics or Modern Languages should be one in which English is the major language studies.
For appointment in special schools, preference will be given to candidates who have special education training and/or experience in teaching students with special educational needs.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF APPOINTMENT
- The appointment will normally be on a two-year contract from 16 August 2009 to 15 August 2011, subject to renewal after expiry.
- The salary scales are:
(a) For secondary school NETs - from around HK$22,985 to HK$48,400 (*approx. £1,912 to £4,026) per month (12 months a year).
(b) For primary school NETs - from around HK$22,985 to HK$40,290 (*approx. £1,912 to £3,352) per month (12 months a year).
- 15% end of contract gratuity will be granted if your performance and conduct during the period of service are satisfactory.
- A cash retention incentive, 5% OR 10 % of basic salary will be provided to eligible NETs for the satisfactory completion of the third and fourth year OR the fifth year of continuous service onwards in Hong Kong respectively. The incentive is not payable for the first two years' of continuous service.
- Passage, baggage and medical allowances AND a special allowance of HK$12,950 (*approx. £1,077) per month are provided for appointees whose normal place of residence is outside Hong Kong. (A NET will not be eligible for the special allowance if his/her normal place of residence is not outside Hong Kong or his/her spouse is currently receiving the same allowance or any housing benefit from his/her own employer.)
- The salary, the terms and conditions of service to be offered are subject to the candidate's qualifications and post-qualification teaching experience and the prevailing conditions at the time the offer of appointment is made.
* Based on exchange rate HK$12 = £1 (subject to fluctuation).
Applicants applying for the above positions in both primary and secondary schools should complete separate application forms for each position and send/fax the completed application forms to the following address not later than 28 February 2009.
NET Administration Team, Education Bureau, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Room 1321, 13th floor Wu Chung House, 213 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
Fax No: (852) 2123 1239
Tel No: (852) 2892 6517 or (852) 2892 6492
E-mail address: given on the job heading.
Applicants are required to produce documentary evidence that they have/have not been found guilty of criminal offence (e.g. Certificate of No Criminal Conviction (CNCC)) from the countries/cities where they have resided.
Personal data provided by job applications will be used strictly in accordance with this Bureau's personal data policies, a copy of which will be provided immediately upon request. You may contact the NET Administration Team at Room 1321, 13/F, 213 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
Job Teaching TEFL in SingaporeExpand
Date posted:2009-01-25 | Writer: British Council Singapore | Email: email@example.com
British Council Singapore are looking for highly-motivated and experienced English Teachers, particularly with experience of teaching Young Learners, to join our professional team. There are both full-time and part-time (guaranteed hours) vacancies available. These positions would suit customer service orientated teachers with strong team-working skills.
In line with the British Councils Child Protection policy, any appointment is contingent on thorough checks. In the UK, and in other countries where appropriate systems exist, these include criminal records checks.
Preferred qualifications: Degree-holder, CELTA, Trinity Cert. TESOL or equivalent TEFL qualification.
Teaching experience: 2 years minimum
Highly proficient speaker of English who is familiar with contemporary UK.
- First degree
- A TEFL Diploma (DELTA or equivalent) for a full-time contract, a TEFL certificate (CELTA or equivalent) for part-time contracts.
- 2 years relevant teaching experience, particularly at primary/secondary level.
On a 10 point scale ranging from S$5306 per month to S$7287 per month.
This applies to non permanent residents and non Singaporean citizens. Starting point on scale is according to qualifications and experience. A pension contribution has already been factored into the above salary. S$2.09 = 1 pound @ 7/01/09.
Fares and travel:
Economy class flight for member of staff, accompanying partner and children from previous post or London paid by British Council Singapore. Economy class returns to London for the member of staff, accompanying partner and children every 2 years.
Accountable allowance of 1,200 pounds for single staff; 2,000 for staff with accompanying partner and/or children per transfer paid by British Council Singapore.
Annual leave allowance:
35 days leave allowance per year.
Contract staff and their non-working dependants are covered by the British Council BUPA medical plan.
Salaries for 18 guaranteed hours range from S$3,979 to $4,473 per month. This applies to non Singapore citizens/PR’s.
We provide cover from the Council’s global medical insurance provider, Bupa, based in London.
Fares and travel:
Reimbursement of 50% of a return economy class airfare from home base to Singapore. If a single airfare is purchased, the reimbursement will be based on 50% of the quoted return airfare for the same route.
14 days hotel accommodation.
For more information, or to apply, contact us via the e-mail address given on the job heading page.
Teach TEFL in PakistanExpand
Date posted:2008-12-01 | Writer: The Kaghan Memorial Trust | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kaghan Memorial Trust (KMT) is a non-profit charitable organisation established following the earthquake of 2005 that devastated northern Pakistan. KMT is looking for qualified female teachers from around the world who will commit for a minimum of one year and preferably two years to teach at the charitable Kaghan Memorial School. As teachers, they will come and live in the beautiful Kaghan Valley in North Pakistan in one of the areas worst hit by the earthquake.
The Kaghan Memorial School has been established by KMT to provide quality education, free of charge, to children, boys and girls, from this earthquake devastated region. Even prior to the earthquake, the people of Kaghan were amongst the poorest in Pakistan; the earthquake made their lives exponentially worse. KMT is supporting the reconstruction and development process in this area by building and operating this school that will provide at least some children from this valley an opportunity to receive a good education that can enable them to change their lives and the lives of their families for the better. KMT plans in the future to also provide scholarships for children who graduate from the school, to allow them to pursue higher education and to complete their studies.
Classes for the foundation semester of The Kaghan Memorial School opened on September 15, 2008, with 60 Kindergarten and Grade 1 students. These children will be joined by a further 60 (2 classes) in March 2009 when the first full school year will begin. Following this, the school will expand by 60 new children each successive year. This process will continue until the school has reached the capacity of 840 students in 12 years time. Ultimately, the school will comprise of a modern coeducational primary school, a senior school for girls and a separate senior school for boys with fully-equipped classrooms, multi-media facilities, computer laboratories, art rooms, science laboratories, medical rooms and the only libraries in the whole of the Kaghan Valley.
In order to achieve the highest standards of teaching, The Kaghan Memorial School recruits experienced teachers from all over the world. The school currently has two volunteer teachers. Further volunteers are currently being recruited for the new school year beginning in March 2009 as teachers of either Kindergarten or Grade 1. They will be required to arrive in Pakistan by mid or end February with a commitment to teach until the end of December 2009. Applicants will need to have a college degree and experience teaching children and/or teaching English as a second language. Urdu is not a necessity as teachers at the school work with a team of local teaching assistants. The Trust will provide its volunteers with accommodation, meals, one return air ticket to their home country per year, health insurance, local transport facilities and a monthly stipend of Pak. Rs. 10,000 (approx US $130) to cover incidental expenses.
Interested candidates may apply by writing to the Managing Trustee, The Kaghan Memorial Trust at the e-mail address given on the job heading page. All applications should be accompanied by detailed resumes and scanned passport-type photos. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further information including references, and a telephone interview and a face-to-face interview may also be scheduled at a later stage.
Teach TEFL in IndiaExpand
Date posted:2008-10-19 | Writer: ESL Starter | Email: email@example.com
We have six fantastic opportunities to work at an International School in Katni, Madhya Pradesh province, India.
The school is set in leafy grounds and incorporates state of the art facilities including an athletics track, two swimming pools, cricket, horse-riding, golf course, and synthetic basketball court.
Its mission is to prepare students for the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) in Years 10 and 12 respectively. All classes are taught in English. Classrooms are well equipped with IT infrastructure and other features include a multimedia lab, science lab, and library.
Catering is international and of a high standard. Meals are provided with menu including a variety of mouth-watering dishes; North Indian, South Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisines, as well as regular servings of Western food.
Teaching staff are extremely well looked after and more info is available to candidates upon application.
* Working schedule: 8AM - 2PM
* Student level: 3 - 16 years old
* Class size: 20 - 22 students
* Start date: December, 2008
* Vacancies: 6
++Salary & Benefits++
* 700 USD per month (enough for a lavish lifestyle in India)
* Free family accommodation within the campus
* Free meals
* Airfare if teacher continues for more than one year
* Free use of school facilities
* Friendly & supportive working environment
Madhya Pradesh - What can I expect?
Madhya Pradesh (pop 60,385,118), often referred to as the 'Heart of India' is a state in central India. The province features several mighty rivers which are possible to cruise. The school itself is located in Katni, one of the largest railway junctions in India. Katni is famous for its marble and sits on the banks of the Katni river. The town was started under British rule and juxtaposes colonial era buildings with traditional India. It is a frontrunner in the Indian education system and the convergence of train lines make onward travel to New Dehli, Mumbai, Chennai, and Hyderabad a possibility.
If you are interested in one of these opportunities, please send your resume and a recent photo to the e-mail address given on the job heading page.
TEFL in Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaExpand
Date posted:2008-05-12 | Writer: Erican Language Centre | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Erican has over 30 centres in Malaysia and we are currently recruiting Summer Programme English Teachers to teach in Kuala Lumpur. Our students range from young learners through to business people so we are looking for teachers who are versatile, although initially you will be teaching young adults on a summer programme.
- English Native Speaker from UK, USA, Australia, or New Zealand
- TESOL/TEFL or equivalent qualification
- Location: Kuala Lumpur, KLCC area
- Student body: Young Adult
- Programme: Full time intensive English Programme
- Job type: 3 months or possibly 1 year contract
- Vacancies: 3 positions
- USD1000 – USD1500 per month (depending on experience and qualification)
- Free Accommodation provided for single
- Work permit and Hospitalization insurance provided
If you are interested, please submit the following documents to email@example.com:
- Your resume (CV)
- Copy of passport with photograph
- Reference letter
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