Immediate Openings For EFL Teachers in Hong Kong

Date posted:2015-11-30 | Writer: American English Workshop | Email: [email protected]

American English Workshop is seeking qualified female native level EFL teachers to work in Hong Kong. We will also consider well-qualified male applicants or couples whenever the position allows it. Positions are immediately available. We continually hire teachers and expect to be hiring throughout the next 12 months.

Teachers have the opportunity to teach children aged 3 to 9 in a casual playgroup setting and conduct 1:1 private seminars.

AEW provides a variety of employee benefits, including travel reimbursement, work visa sponsorship, paid holidays, and bonus pay for reliable teachers. We offer a one year renewable contract. Salaries range from $18,000-$22,000 HKD/month plus incentive bonuses. Teachers are also given the opportunity to do private tutoring during off hours to increase pay if desired. Additional private tutoring is NEVER REQUIRED but it available upon request for most situations.


• You must be a native English speaker — if English is not your first language, your CV will not be considered

• You must hold a passport from a native English speaking country

• You must have TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification  

• You must be good with children

• You must be willing to commit to a 1 year contract

• You must have a bachelor’s degree or above

• 1-2 years teaching experience desired but we will consider fresh graduates or new teachers.


To apply, please submit your resume to the email address given on the job heading. Resumes without a full CV and PHOTO will not be considered. Successful applicants will be contacted for a Skype interview immediately after their resume has been reviewed. Teachers already in Hong Kong are welcome to 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.


This is the hardest and the most complex areas part of grammar in English language. This unit (The Future Tenses) highlishts the most common future tenses structure with usage, explaination and the mosts important is the examples given in each form are very helpful in understanding, thus differentiate different forms of future tense. I will definately keep this notes for teaching in future.This was a useful reminder of the correct ordering of lessons to allow students to properly learn new vocabulary before moving on to actively learning it themselves. The balance between accuracy and fluency is equally important when it comes to the active elements of language production: speaking and writing. It is important to choose varied and interesting topics to appeal to all students.