Immediate Openings in Costa Rica For Qualified EFL Teachers

Date posted:2018-07-30 | Writer: English2Go | Email: [email protected]

English2Go in San Jose, Costa Rica has immediate openings for TEFL qualified teachers. Teach English to employees and executives in their workplace during the week and explore Costa Rica's rainforests, volcanoes, white water rivers, world class surfing, fishing and beaches on the week end. We offer Business English classes to all levels, onsite at our client's homes and offices.


 (Qualified candidates should have the majority of the following):

• University Graduate (B.A. or higher preferred)

• ESL teaching certificate: CELTA, TESOL, TEFL etc.

• Minimum 6 months ESL teaching experience with references preferred or experienced in classroom teaching

• Teachers need to have a laptop or tablet (preferred) with Internet connection and be competent with Internet and computer use.

• 6 month minimum commitment

• Native English Speaker (North American English preferred; other native English speakers are eligible) Please do not apply if English is not your native language.

• Financially stable

• Excellent presentation with good personal hygiene

• Experienced ESL teachers with overseas experience will be given priority

• Teacher candidates should also have the following characteristics: independent, responsible, dependable, personable, dynamic, energetic, outgoing, customer and service quality oriented, and reliable


Competitive pay, airport pick-up, help booking arrival accommodations, a relaxed professional work atmosphere, we will help you find a place to live, and in setting up a bank account.

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading. Although we are looking for teachers who can start now, we are always looking for qualified staff throughout the year.

TEL:  (506) 2261-6070 ​

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 looks at different types of assessment for learning. The progress test is something I personally find useful because it helps me to assess how I can tweak my lesson plans and what should I spend more time on in my lessons. I have not done any placement tests before, and the example provides a good template from which I can see how to cater my content for various learners.In this unit, I learnt new techniques in identifying tenses in a sentence such as focus on the structure rather than its usage because the structure activates what the sentence used and look for the form before its usage. when teaching the tenses to a low-level group of students, the teacher should use basic language for them to understand more the language that she is been teaching.