Teach English in Philippines - Manila

Date posted:2005-04-01 | Writer: Sutherland Global Services | Email: [email protected]

 UK native English speaker for Philippines to teach phonetics, language, and communication skills. Flexible shifts frequently required. Competitive compensation (based upon experience and credentials) plus economy airfare at beginning, mid-point and conclusion of assignment to home of origin. Corporate housing or subsidy provided.


Requirements: Bachelor's Degree Required (Education, Applied Linguistics, Education, English, TESOL/EFL, or Communications); ESL/EFL/TESOL certification; 2+ years formal ESL teaching experience.

Job Description:

* Deliver formal, prepared classroom language curriculum to
newly hired employees (approx. 50%)

* Quality monitoring of transactions to identify job-related issues (approx. 25%)

* Coach individuals 1 on 1, providing technical, linguistic, and conversational feedback on performance (25%)

* Flexible shifts frequently required

* 1-year assignment in Philippines, with possibility of one-year renewal

* Consultant position

* Salary: Competitive salary (based on credentials and experience) and compensation package, including health insurance)

Qualifications:
* UK Native Speaker of English

* Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Applied Linguistics, Education, English, or Communications Required

* Masters in ESL/TEFL preferred

* 2+ years formal ESL teaching experience

* Familiarity with Microsoft Office Products, including PowerPoint, Windows, Excel and Word

Please send cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Please include current location/residence, contact details, and date of availability. Also, please include at least two references competent to speak to your teaching experience. No phone inquiries please.

This position was posted by:
Sutherland Global Services, Ltd.
Contact person: Joanne Koenig, Director, Client Services
Address: 1160 Pittsford-Victor Road, Pittsford, NY 14534 USA
E-mail: [email protected]
Corporate Website: Contact us

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.

 

The unit was a useful review about how to approach more specialised English learners. The needs review form given to learners of business English was particularly useful, and is something I plan to incorporate formally into any such lessons I teach in the future. The advice regarding young learners was also useful, I have previously struggled with particualarly boisterous young learners and hope to improve in this aspect.I find myself agreeing with probably a vast majority of Teachers that getting the students to speak English a little bit more fluently first is the best way to start and not to worry so much about the writing yet encourage the students more on speaking more fluent before pushing the writing phase on them it’s easier to write a work if you can sound it out as you try to write it and the ability to be more accurate at it

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