TEFL Qualified Teacher Needed in Mexico (2)

Date posted:2016-11-09 | Writer: Lincoln English Center | Email: [email protected]

Lincoln English Center is a small and private English school located in Los Reyes Michoacan-Mexico. We have an immediate opportunity for a TEFL qualified native level teacher to teach all ages and levels of students.


-Work hours: Monday-Friday (7 hours a day) 

-English levels: basic, intermediate and advanced (children, teenagers and adults) 

-Native level English speaker 

-English teaching certificate and up accepted: (CELTA, TESOL, TEFL) etc... 

-Experience teaching English 

-Must arrive to Mexico with teaching documents from your country

-Salary: $ 6'000 MEXICAN PESOS per month, (a good salary for this area)

-Provided accommodation: YES, The apartment is close to school, you don’t share room and is provided with gas, electricity and internet.

-Vacations are paid

-Provided flight ticket: Not for now

-Starting date: January 25th 2017 

-Ending date: July 3rd 2017 

-Six months contract or more.

-Technology such as: projector and internet


Send a copy of your CV, passport and a recent picture to the email address given on the job heading to schedule an interview via skype.

Director: Mrs. Hilda Oroz

Tel:  (52) 354 542 3855

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 good management of the class is valuable as much as having knowledge about the subject. If a teacher fails to manage their class; even if they have vast knowledge of the subject they will also fail to convey the knowledge to the students. A class which is well manage should have good rapport between the teacher and the student and amongst the students themselves.This unit covers troubleshooting tips when it comes to teaching English as a foreign language. It discusses how teachers should act and run their first lessons. The unit stresses the idea of building rapport with the students as well as helping them feel comfortable with one another. Teachers will always face reluctant students but it is important to make them feel safe in the classroom.