Teach EFL in Bangalore, India

Date posted:2005-01-14 | Writer: Spectrum Placement & Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd. | Email: [email protected]

Needed TEFL / TESL CELTA / TESOL / MATESOL / Masters in Linguistics

Spectrum Placement & Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd. seeks native English speaking born and raised in USA / Canada teachers for a 1-year contract in Bangalore, India; with the possibility of 1-year renewal.

Qualification :
TEFL / TESL / CELTA / TESOL / MATESOL & Masters in Linguistics. Familiarity with Windows and Office. Two years ESL (English as Second language) teaching experience would be an added advantage.

Responsibilities :
Include teaching a formal pronunciation curriculum, conducting interviews, scoring assessments and providing individual coaching and quality monitoring sessions to improve clarity of communications. Night shifts frequently required.

Net salary :
Salary (after all statutory deductions & taxes) will be INR.47, 000 per month (approx equivalent of USD 1000 Net i.e. salary in hand).

Paid economy class airfare to / from Bangalore,
Paid furnished accommodations,
2 weeks paid-off time post 6 months working,
Air fare for to & fro travel during paid-off,
Daily pick-up drop to & from office covered,
Lunch & dinner at office canteen &
Visa processing fee & vaccination charges also paid by Spectrum as reimbursement against bills.

Procedure :
Please send cover letter and resume attached as word document file to [email protected]

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.


In this unit the differences in future tenses was made clear. I learnt when each one can be used and in what context they are usually used. It pointed out mistakes students usually make and confusions they had between tenses. For the first time, even though I use it when speaking, I realized that present tenses can also be used for the future. The unit once again gave a few activity ideas that I can come back to in the future.The material in this unit made me more aware of the roles a teacher needs to play in the classroom. Additionally, I learned some new ideas about how to effectively use the roles. In particular, some of the information about how to be an effective participant and monitor was new to me. The section about different cultures and approaches to language was a good reminder to be cognizant of beliefs and customs students may have.