Full-time and Part-time TEFL Positions in Santiago, Chile

Date posted:2018-05-14 | Writer: Dynamic English | Email: [email protected]

We here at Dynamic English are currently looking to hire some new faces for our already wonderful team of EFL teachers in Santiago, Chile. Dynamic is owned and operated by a fully bilingual staff from the United States, Chile, Venezuela, and England. Both full and part-time positions are available to teach small group and one-on-one personalized conversation classes mainly to adults. Teacher support & resources provided as well as social and professional development events.

We are ideally looking for people with immediate availability, but we are happy to discuss working together in the future as well. Scheduling flexibility and visa help also available for qualified applicants applying from abroad. 10,500 CLP/hour (15,750 CLP/class) with opportunities for bonuses and a raise within the first 3-4 months of employment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

*Native level speaker of English

*At least a 4 year bachelor's degree

*TEFL, TESOL or CELTA certificate

*Experience and some Spanish a plus but not 100% necessary

TO APPLY:

If you think you'd add value and be an asset to the team, we'd love to meet you! Please send a CV or resumé to the email address given on the job heading to set up an interview.

If you're not in Santiago yet, we'd be happy to set up a time to meet via Skype, Whatsapp or whatever's clever. Thanks a lot, and we look forward to meeting you!

Dynamic English

Enrique Mac Iver 484

Office 65

Santiago

Chile

TEL: 2662 28 69  

Mobile 5401 6908 - 5401 7147

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.

 

This unit focuses on parts of speech, such as subjects, nouns, verbs and prepositions and the complexities that come as we delve deeper into their meanings. These complexities entail tenses, modifiers, pluralization, and the random exceptions that are a part of the English language. This was a thorough introduction to parts of speech, however some definitions left more to be desired.The unit provided good instruction around using a variety of teaching aids. The list of dictionaries available as resources will be helpful. I appreciate the fact that many of them include audio clips of proper pronunciation which could be a great help to students. I enjoyed researching many of the online resources and seeing what they had to offer. Again, a great list to keep handy.

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