TEFL Job in Bolivia

Date posted:2016-08-21 | Writer: Instituto Exclusivo | Email: [email protected]

Instituto Exclusivo, a private language school situated in the incredible city of La Paz, has opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. The institute is conveniently located near the city center in the neighborhood of Sopacachi. We have been meeting the needs of language learners for nearly a decade. In addition to Spanish we also teach English and Dutch as well as the indigenous languages of Aymara and Quechua

Our classes are mostly individual and are tailor made to the needs of the student. We require creative and motivated teachers comfortable in 1-1 and small group settings. Classes are given onsite, offsite and online. We teach all ages and levels, as well as give TOEFL exam preparation.

We need teachers to come for a minimum of 6 months on a full time contract. Support and teaching materials are provided.


- 3,000 Bolivianos a month minimum salary (negotiable depending on experience)

- Paid vacation days (the number of days depends on length of contract)

- 6 months- 1 year commitment

- Discounted Spanish classes

- Extra training and support with country orientation

- Visa assistance


- CELTA, TESOL, TEFL or equivalent

- Previous experience in a teaching environment

- Willingness to give classes online

- A flexible and positive approach


- Experience preparing students for TOEFL examination

- Basic understanding of Spanish


Please send C.V.s to the email address given on the job heading. If we are interested, we will contact you for a Skype interview.       

Instituto Exclusivo

20 de Octubre #2315 (1st floor, above BCP Bank near Calle Rosendo Gutierrez)


La Paz


Tel. +.591.

Cel. +.591.701.35.112

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.


I can definitely see what even English teachers are reluctant to teach pronunciation because even as an English teacher i find this scary!! I found it difficult to decipher the sentences in the test so i can see how second language learners find this area difficult. I also found it interesting to learn about the pattern of intonation i had never really thought in detail about this before!In this Unit we discuss various equipment and teaching aids that can be used in a class room. It covers a wide range of different technology from the newest to the very old fashioned tools, with explaining their advantages and disadvantages. It is helpful to have everything on one sheet to get a variety of ideas how to arrange an organise a lesson and to make it interesting and exciting.