Native Level EFL Teachers Needed in Yangon, Myanmar

Date posted:2017-10-09 | Writer: Wall Street English Myanmar | Email: [email protected]

With over 45 years of English teaching experience, we have helped more than 3 million students reach their dreams. Now in Myanmar, Wall Street English has opened its first Center to help Myanmar people to realize their dreams. We have immediate opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers who match the requirements below:     

• Hold appropriate professional qualifications (CELTA, TESOL, or equivalent TEFL certificate).

• Have at least a Bachelor’s Degree

• Be a native level speaker of English

• Be dynamic and have the ability to inspire

• Be well informed and sensitive to cultural issues

• Be interested in your students and care about their progress

• Make every lesson a worthwhile learning experience for your students

• Engage in on-going professional development

• Participate and contribute to a harmonious work environment that encourages cooperation and team work


Please send your CV, together with a copy of your passport, to the email address given on the job heading.  

Thank you!

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 is about teachers, students and different levels. It explains what a good teacher should look like. Also, what a good student should look like. It explains the different roles for a teacher. It describes when the roles should be used and how. It describes the different levels a student could be on. It also explains the different reasons a person would persue a English course.This unit was about making lesson plans and their usefulness as well as methods of how to create different lesson plans that are suitable for different classroom environments. Lesson plans are useful to us as teachers because we don't always remember every single thing in a class, we can't control certain factors, and it's good to have a plan we can refer to when things go off-course.