TEFL Job in Mexico (3)

Date posted:2015-10-07 | Writer: Interpersonal English | Email: [email protected]

Interpersonal English is a school with an innovative and dynamic culture, and we focus on helping people with their language and communication skills. We are looking for full-time and part-time EFL teachers in order to meet the needs of our growing student population of professional adults, teenagers and children. Our school is located in San Luis Potosi, Mexico; a culturally rich and centrally located city with low crime.

We believe teaching and learning go hand in hand, that’s why we offer our teachers programmes for:

      - Language interchange

      - Scholarship programmes

      - Ongoing teacher training

Other benefits include:

      -Guaranteed salary, starting at $8K mxn per month

      - 1 month free rent (for transitional period)

      - 4 weeks vacation (unpaid first year)

      -Opportunities for local community interaction with Interpersonal and CHOICE Humanitarian

We are looking for:

      - Passion for Teaching

      - CELTA, TESOL, TEFL or equivalent

      - Native level speakers only

      - BA/BS Degree (preferred)

      - Shared Values of Ethics, Respect, Innovation

To apply, please send your C.V. and a cover letter to me at the email address given on the job heading, explaining why you think this job is a great fit for you, not only in terms of your qualifications but also by answering the question “How will this opportunity help you to grow?” Lastly, in your letter tell me what you’d view as the major areas of priority for you in this job.

Thanks for reading, we look forward to hearing from you!”

For further details on how to apply, please contact via email at the address given on the job heading.


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 unit taught me that management of students isn't easy. Controlling a larger class of young children is very difficult! I learnt that although STT is more desirable, TTT still has an important role in making sure the students understand and pronounce correctly. Laying down rules at the beginning of a class has a huge impact on future lessons and my ability to control and manage a class.This unit covered parts of speech. The things that come to mind of what I learned from this chapter are the somewhat hidden rules covered. The rule for word order of adjectives was new to me I only knew of what sounded right for each given situation not the hows and whys. Another rule that was new to me was the one that adjectives of more than two syllables use \"more\" rather than add -er.