Immediate TEFL Vacancies in Costa Rica

Date posted:2018-01-08 | Writer: Idioma Internacional | Email: [email protected]

Idioma Internacional has unique, full-time and legal TEFL job opportunities in and around the central valley! Work with corporate students. Be trained for virtual classes. Deliver specialty programs with Costa Rican high-schoolers. Learn how to become a Language Evaluator. We seek creative professionals to join our dynamic team for February 2018!

Our teaching staff are talented, diverse, caring and committed, both to the students we teach and to helping their fellow teachers throughout their careers here. In return for these qualities in our staff, we offer teachers a professional and reliable work experience and the opportunity to make a difference, alongside a fun and diverse team of colleagues. Further to this, we have a highly competitive package of salary and benefits.

Salary and benefits:

All teachers earn between $750 - $1,150+ per month, working from 18 - 30 teaching hours per week.

Some of the many benefits our teachers enjoy include:
• Competitive salary; paid vacations and holidays; 'aguinaldo' (13th month pay); pension
• Monetary compensation for per diem travel expenses to clients
• Legal work visa and full legal working rights
• Health insurance via enrollment on the Caja national health care system
• Initial and ongoing training; mentor programs; professional development
• Bank account provided; assistance in finding housing and setting up cell phones

Requirements

Our requirements for our teachers are:

• Native level English speaker
• Bachelor's degree (preferred in fields related to teaching or English)
• TEFL/TESOL certified
• Preferred: teaching experience

How to apply

Email your resume to the address given on the job heading.

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, we learnt about teaching writing and speaking English. These two skills are used with the same purpose: to communicate. Because writing is a more quiet activity, teachers tend to neglect this skill, but it is as essential as speaking. When teaching these skills, the teacher must create the need to communicate, either through group activities, games in the classroom, etc.Unit three was an enlightening experience for me, and I learned many things through the study of it. I learned specifics on grouping students and how to do it, the importance of classroom arrangements, and many good tips on establishing rapport and maintaining discipline. I feel that I most need to improve on the area of eye contact, and have been inspired to work harder in that area.

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