Teach Business English in Santiago, Chile

Date posted:2017-07-26 | Writer: Business English Advisory | Email: [email protected]

Business English Advisory are an accredited language institute with over 20 years of experience in the Santiago market. We are looking for dynamic, professional, experienced and committed EFL teachers.We are looking for teachers to deliver courses in-office at a number of large, national and multinational companies located in the Metropolitan Santiago region. 

About our courses and classes
Course levels: we have 7 levels from Beginners to Advanced.
Course length: between 4-6 months.
Classes: either 1.5 or 2 hours per session, usually 2-4 sessions per week.
Payment: Competitive rates (per hour) which can increase depending on the location of the class.


·         Permission to work legally in Chile;

·         RUN/RUT number;

·         Native level English speaker;

·         Teaching experience;

·         A passion for sharing knowledge in creative ways;

·         Able to commit for a minimum of 6 months;

·         Professional attitude and attire;

·         Relevant teaching qualification (TESOL, TEFL, CELTA, Bachelor of Teaching);


Please send your curriculum IN ENGLISH to the email address given on the job heading, along with a cover letter stating why you are suitable for, and interested in, teaching at BEA.

About our recruitment process

Following the submission of your resume, you may be invited for an interview and to give a demonstration class. We are looking forward to your applications!

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.


Unit 14 covers the importance of course books and lesson materials. It highlights the necessity of first analysing course books and lesson materials before implementing them into lessons. The advantages and disadvantages of using text books are highlighted and discussed along side the use of authentic resources. Though one of the shorter units, this was a very practical and useful one.This unit has allowed to have a greater understanding of conditionals. It has explained the various forms used, and how to use them. It has also shown me some teaching ideas, in order to convey the importance of these conditionals to the perspective students. The unit has also pointed out where and when reported speech would occur, as well as the correct pattern of the reported speech.