Immediate EFL Teaching Position - La Piedad, Mexico

Date posted:2013-07-22 | Writer: New York School of English | Email: [email protected]

The New York School of English is a cultural exchange and language center located in La Piedad, Michoacan, Mexico, conveniently situated between Guadalajara and Mexico City. We have a full time EFL teaching position available immediately. The hired teacher needs to report by August 4, 2013. We will accept applications from English language instructors for this teaching vacancy and also for future consideration. We offer the following benefits package:

* Monthly Salary

* Housing package including private bedroom, kitchen, living room, dining area, patio, etc. in teachers’ house

* Classroom: fully furnished

* Paid federal holidays off

* No Saturday session requirement * No morning session requirement


We prefer candidates with the following credentials:

* Native level English speaker

* Minimum of one year of ESL teaching experience

* Experience living / working abroad

* Certificate in ESL, TESOL, CELTA, or TEFL

* College / university degree and/or coursework

* Spanish speaker


We seek individuals with the following attributes:

* Enjoys working with all ages and abilities

* Team player and efficient working independently

* Mature * Respectful * Courteous * Friendly

* Well prepared * Punctual * Flexible


By email, please forward the following information to be considered by the Employment Coordinator at the address given on the job heading:

* Current resume and cover letter

* A recent photo and/or passport photo page

This information will be needed to complete the hiring process.

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 there are four aspects in regards to past tense: simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. I learned the form, proper usage, and typical mistakes students make while using past tense. I learned the affirmative, negative, and question forms of various regular and irregular verbs. I also learned it can be quite difficult for students to learn tense, depending on their native language.I found the information in this unit to be quite difficult. When expressing yourself verbally in English, you tend to overlook the grammar in constructing correct conditionals and reported speech. When studying the grammar structures, I realized that I wasn't at all aware of the correct formations and therefore found that this lesson has provided me with at least the basic, but correct knowledge.