Full-time TEFL Position in Chile

Date posted:2017-03-15 | Writer: International Center Calama | Email: [email protected]

Use your TEFL skills to work with us at International Center in the city of Calama in Chile, starting in April or May 2017. We are looking for a driven, enthusiastic and reliable young candidate to fill this full-time position. Our classes are mostly 1-on-1 or in small groups, the majority of our students being adults or youths at various levels. Neither teaching experience nor being a native speaker are essential requirements.


* net salary of CLP 500,000

* free accommodation (including utilities) in a flat shared with two other teachers

* visa process assistance


The preferred candidate must have the following:

* high proficiency in English (non-natives are welcome to apply)

* TEFL certification (in-class or TESOL/CELTA preferred)

* experience studying, living or working in a foreign country

* a degree of awareness concerning a diversity of issues

* at least strong basics of Spanish and a commitment to further learning

* good work ethic and team spirit

* willingness to commit for the rest of the year

Since we try to create a truly diverse international environment, we especially appreciate applications of female candidates from Asia, Latin America and Australia.


If you match the description, do not hesitate to apply at the email address given on the job heading.  

We look forward to hearing from you!     

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The use of video representation of a real classroom situation was fantastic. I am a visual and practical learner and this helped me to better understand the teaching strategies. I have not been in a classroom teaching EALD before so it was good to see what to expect from the students point of view. Teacher/student rapport and attitude are obviously so important for student participation.In this unit I learned about the five different forms of the conditional tense along with the two various types of reported speech. With the conditional tense there is the zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and the mixed conditional. When it comes to reported speech there are two types, one being direct speech and the second being indirect speech.

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