Job For TEFL Qualified Teacher in Canada

Date posted:2015-05-04 | Writer: Rocky Mountain English College | Email: [email protected]

Are you passionate about teaching English? Do you enjoy spending time outdoors? Rocky Mountain English College (RMEC) is seeking a TEFL qualified teacher for our 2015 ESL and Outdoor Recreation summer program. The program combines ESL instruction with outdoor recreation and cultural immersion experiences. The program runs from July 1st to August 31st 2015, though the teacher may start a week or more early for preparation.

Teacher responsibilities:

- Plan and teach interactive English lessons to small adult classes

- Guide/lead outdoor activities and cultural immersion field trips

- Support students and communicate with staff in a professional manner


- Positive attitude & strong work ethic

- Experience in teaching English as a Second Language

- TESOL Certification or other ESL training

- Outdoor experience (hiking, camping, cycling, etc.)

- Class 4 driver’s license (or interest in obtaining) to drive van

- Full time temporary position (July & August - 35 hours/week)

- Paid preparation time

- Salary negotiable depending on experience

- Small school, beautiful environment, and awesome activities!

Please apply by email to the address given on the job heading with cover letter, resume, credentials & references before: May 22, 2015

Please state your eligibility to work in Canada in your application.

Thanks for your interest.


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.


I liked the way this first unit was laid out because it really expressed how the teacher is seen from a students point of view. To be able to teach you must be able to assist in the students needs based on their level of knowledge. You must also know when it is time to be the assessor or the facilitator. It is reassuring to know that throughout the course it will help you to use these skills.The differences of authentic and course materials are explained in this specific unit, as well as the importance, advantages, and disadvantages of course books. From my personal experience in teaching students of English learners, I agree that course books may sometimes be great material for learning a language, but often they may be irrelevant or do not support a topic with enough materials.