Immediate Job Openings for EFL Teachers in Costa Rica!

Date posted:2013-02-11 | Writer: English to Go Ltd | Email: [email protected]

English to Go in San Jose, Costa Rica, has immediate job openings for TEFL qualified teachers to teach English to employees and executives in their workplace during the week, with weekends free to explore Costa Rica's rainforests, volcanoes, white water rivers, world class surfing, fishing and beaches. Benefits package includes competitive pay, end of contract bonus, airport pick-up, discount travel, and we also help you find a place to live and set up a bank account.

Candidates need to have the minimum requirements listed below.

 Native born, North American English speaker (preferred) Candidates from other English speaking countries will be considered.

 University Graduate (B.A. or higher preferred)

 ESL teaching certificate: TESOL, TEFL, CELTA etc… or minimum 2 years ESL teaching experience

6 month minimum commitment.

Teacher candidates should have the following characteristics:
Responsible; Dependable; Personable; Dynamic; Energetic; Independent; Outgoing; Customer service, quality oriented; Professionally dressed with good personal hygiene and Financially stable
Although we are looking for teachers who can start now, we are always looking for qualified staff throughout the year.

If you are interested in finding out more send a short e-mail WITHOUT attachments to the e-mail address given on the job heading and you will receive our auto-responder with job details and application instructions.

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.


This unit was very informative with regards to the different teaching mythology and also the different skills to be taught. Although it is the same as normal ESL teaching in most ways, it's the content and the classroom and the approach that differs especially when you do One on One teaching but also even Groups. The advantages and Disadvantages is a very good point to remember and focus on for teachersThis unit was by far the most difficult for me so far. I have a lot more studying to do before I truly grasp all of the information about direct and indirect speech and before I feel proficient enough to teach it with confidence. I intend to spend time researching and reading more about the conditional and reported speech which I believe will help to make me a better teacher of this material. Thanks!