Full-time and Part-time EFL Teachers Needed in Costa Rica

Date posted:2017-03-16 | Writer: New Learning Academy | Email: [email protected]

New Learning Academy, a well-known language academy in San José, Costa Rica, is hiring full-time and part time EFL teachers to work at our two branches starting immediately. Candidates must already be located in Costa Rica or arriving soon. We are hiring for both full and part time positions. Teachers MUST be native level English speakers, no exceptions. Please read description carefully.


*Bachelors Degree

*Teaching experience and/or CELTA/TEFL/TESOL certificate

*Willingness to teach split shifts (mornings/evenings)

* Willingness to teach classes on-site and off-site at local businesses.

*Willingness to teach kids' classes

*Willingness to work with all levels and ages

*Willingness to adapt to and utilize our Academy's specific teaching methodology

*At least a six month commitment

*Native Speaker


*Latin Dance Classes

*Informal, Spanish conversation classes

*Foreign language classes

*Bank Account

*Housing Assistance

*Airport pick-up

*Paid sick and vacation days

*Work visa support

*15 hour minimum training (paid)

*Class textbooks, rubrics, programs, and exams all pre-made and provided

*Competitive pay


Please send all the following information to the email address given on the job heading, otherwise your application will not be considered:

* A resume that includes your contact information, nationality, and birthdate

* A recent, professional photo

* Your earliest expected arrival date to Costa Rica and earliest expected date to begin working

* The length of time that you anticipate to stay

* Specify if you're looking for part time or full time. In the case of part-time, provide availability.

Serious inquiries only. Native Costa Ricans need not apply. Teachers with English as their second language need not apply.   

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.


In this unit I have learnt many different methods of learning techniques. Than what engage, study and activate stages are and which activities should be applied in each. Also, I have learnt what is the difference between mistakes and errors, who corrects and what should teacher correct during the class and how to do it without triggering negative effects on students and class atmosphere.This topic was very easy for me. Questions were also very easy and to the point. Question no 7, 8, and 9 don't looks very important for learner because the main purpose of this topic is to learn the formation of present tenses. The pattern of these questions (7,8,9) are appropriate for lesson study, but quiz should be more concern about example of present tense than the general thoughts.