Job Teaching EFL in Santiago, Chile (2)

Date posted:2010-01-13 | Writer: BridgeLinguatec | Email: [email protected]

BridgeLinguatec Language institute will soon be hiring TEFL qualified English teachers for its Santiago, Chile School for the 2010 season. We offer professional, personalized classes to executives in Santiago throughout the year. We are internationally certified and are committed in providing the highest quality of language services to our clients.

Applicants should:

- Be native English speakers
- Have a university degree
- Be TEFL, TESOL CELTA or IDELT certified
- Be willing to work at least 6 months (refer to dates below)
- Pass a basic training program, onsite at predetermined dates (to be announced to pre-selected applicants)

BridgeLinguatec offers accepted applicants the following incentive plan:

- Communicative approach training
- Contract with a minimum of hours guaranteed
- Assistance in obtaining a full residence visa
- Travel stipend for classes taught outside of the institute
- A 30 hour free Spanish course lasting 2 weeks * (US$550 value)
- Reimbursement of Emergency Travel Insurance; upon successful completion of contract agreement **
- Reimbursement of airport pick up (TransVip shuttle bus service) ***
- Welcome orientation
- With full availability, applicants can expect to work approx. 60-80 hours per month.

Interested applicants should send an email to Mr. Carlos Pizarro at the e-mail address given on the job heading, with the following “Subject”:

YOUR_FULL_ NAME: TEACHER_APPLICATION 2010

And must include the following:

1. - An updated resume (MS Word Format)
2. - Scanned copies of degree(s) and Certificate(s)
3. - Scanned copies of transcripts
4. - Scanned copy of the front page of passport
5. - A brief cover letter stating reasons why you are a good candidate.

We are not going to consider incomplete applications. 

Dates of work:

Teachers starting in March, April and May must work at least until October 30, 2010.
Teachers starting in June and July  must work at least until December 31, 2010.
Teachers starting in August or later must work at least until January 31, 2011.

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 past tenses, although being very similar to the present tenses, were much more confusing. This could be partly due to our misuse of them in everyday conversation and never really knowing too much about tenses in the first place, which is why I'm very grateful for this lesson showing me how to properly use these tenses and also teach them to others, especially in simple language that they can understand.I feel like this unit was very informative. I think it lays the basis of what we teach in class. I need to make sure I know this section 100% as it's the basis of my future classroom work. The section also shows me how hard the English language is to study. There are so many rules, but what makes it most difficult are all the exceptions to the rule that can only be mastered by memorization and practice.


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