Regular EFL Jobs in Costa Rica

Date posted:2015-08-26 | Writer: English2Go | Email: [email protected]

English2Go in San Jose, Costa Rica has regular openings for qualified EFL teachers. San Jose is the capital of Costa Rica ringed by lush green mountains and valleys. We offer competitive pay for the region ($10.00-$12.00 per hour), airport pick-up, discounted travel, help you find a place to live and set up a bank account. There is also a $100 to $300 bonus paid after your first 90 days of employment, depending on how many hours you teach.  Candidates need to have the minimum requirements listed below.

Minimum requirements are:

Native born, North American English speaker (preferred)

Native level English speaking candidates from other English speaking countries will be considered.

University Graduate  

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

Able to commit for 6 months, or longer.

Teacher candidates should have the following characteristics:








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 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 section brought to light,the numerous factors ,that come into consideration in regards to choosing the correct \"course book\" to suit all the students in the classroom. A common occurrence,is that a teacher often has no choice in regards to this,so one needs to be able to adapt ,replace, supplement or omit parts of the \"course book\" to suit the students and create a balanced lesson.In this unit I have learnt about teaching productive skills, and I can say once again , that I have been doing this in my English classes without realising. I work with children, and children are like sponges, they soak up all the information that's given to them. I practice creative speaking activities, usually near the end of my lessons so that they can learn to express themselves with me.