Job Teaching EFL in Mexico

Date posted:2013-09-25 | Writer: MEXLINKS | Email: [email protected]

We are a small English school in the heart of the beautiful Condesa district of Mexico City and we are looking to employ a full time EFL teacher to start mid October. Classes are Tuesday to Saturday and are never more than 6 students.

The Condesa district is world famous for its leafy street, gorgeous art deco architecture, exciting nightlife, exotic restaurants and safe tranquil atmosphere, an ex-hacienda and as such retains its individuality.

Teaching in accordance with the CEFR, we offer classes for all levels of English ability to adults and mature learners. Our students are dedicated learners as many have the goal of passing an exam or going to study in an English speaking country.

We offer:

Accommodation in a shared residence

Full training for the teaching of IELTS, Cambridge English, TOEFL iBT

Excellent teaching environment, a wealth of resources

Further opportunities outside the classroom

Opportunities of travel with work

Spanish language support and lessons

A competitive monthly wage of $14,000 MXN, 20 days of annual leave plus bank holidays.

You will be spending less as general costs are a lot lower, you can dine out on $200 MXN.

We are looking for someone that has:

Experience teaching English, preferably with TEFL or equivalent qualification.

Knowledge of Spanish language an advantage

An enthusiastic outlook towards the continual development of language skills.

Dedicated worker

Commit to a 6 month minimum contract.

Great opportunity for someone looking to gain international experience and increase their language skills.

How to apply:

Deadline for applications is the 4th of October. Please apply with CV and covering letter to the email address given on the job heading.  

Aguascalientes 177 tercer piso

Colonia Hipodrómo de la condesa

Delegación Cuauhtémoc

Ciudad de México

C.P. 06100


Teléfono: 01 55 - 5264-2869

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 was the final unit of he course and it gives general tips and advice for teaching large groups and dealing with a number of problems that the teacher might encounter when teaching a new class. It was mostly common sense and basic rules for dealing with classes, not much new content, but more of a reminder of general behaviour, culture avareness and basic common sense when teaching. Thank youThe Present Tenses are basic tenses every student has to start his or her studying process with. There are four aspects in each of the main tenses of English (present, future, past): simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous aspects. When teaching a student, one should explain in details the form and usages of a tense taking into account common mistakes and making good use of activities.