TEFL Job in Chile (3)

Date posted:2016-04-20 | Writer: EF Online | Email: [email protected]

EF Online is one of the largest Online Teaching Organizations in the world, teaching hundreds of thousands of students from more than 100 countries. We have our Santiago EF Online Teaching Center expanding and are looking for flexible and dynamic TEFL certified teachers to come and teach for us here in Chile.


- One year renewable contracts

- Location: Centrally in Providencia, Santiago, close to Metro, Supermarkets, Restaurants, Bars etc

- 3 weeks of paid holiday per year based on 30 hour worked/week

- USD 1350/month for 40 teaching hrs per week

- Extra hrs paid at USD 8/hr (we have teachers doing between 30-50 hrs/week)

- We process working visas (but do not pay for them)

- Living costs around 30% lower than the US

- Working from one location (no travelling around the city)

- No formal dress code (since the work is Online)

- Online Teaching Training included


- University degree

- Native level speaker of English or Portuguese

- TEFL / TESOL certificate

Working and living in Chile:

Santiago is a great place to live in; There are mountains just outside for trekking and skiing, the coast is one hour away with its beaches, there are plenty of parks and all sorts of entertainment. Most teachers stay longer than they expect to!


Applicants, please send CV to the email address given on the job heading.  

Welcome to Chile!!


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 unit discusses the two productive skills—speaking and writing. Of the two, writing is the harder, but typically receives less classroom time as teachers often assign it as homework. The unit makes a distinction between accuracy and fluency; however, they are both equally important in communication. Accuracy is often reflected in writing whereas fluency is reflected in speaking.What I liked about this section was the portion that helped teachers with lesson planning. I liked the teaching ideas for split sentences. You would take any conditional sentence and cut them in half and have the students put them back together. Another idea that would actively engage students is to give students half sentences and to have them complete the sentence with their own ideas.