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Jobs in Peru For TEFL Qualified Teachers

Date posted:2017-09-27 | Writer: Maximo Nivel | Email: [email protected]

Maximo Nivel is a leading ESL institute in Latin America. We are currently looking for great EFL teachers to join our teaching teams in Cusco, Peru. Teachers must be TEFL, TESOL, or CELTA certified. We are well known in Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Peru for our "Native English Program," our professionalism, and our dedication to excellent teaching and great client service. Our EFL teachers teach 30 contact hours per week, Monday - Friday. Class size is strictly limited to 12 learners. Most teachers will teach a range of levels from Basic to Advanced. The majority of our learners are young adults (18-30 years old). Come join us!


Year-round opportunities; 6 month commitment required


We provide competitive, fixed base salaries in Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Peru; Additional pay can be earned by teaching extra classes and earning our "Rock Star" raise (based on performance).


- Native level English speaker

- Bachelors Degree

- TEFL, CELTA, or other TESOL certification

- Minimum 21 years old

- Minimum 6 month work agreement

- Personal Qualities: dedicated, professional, and passionate about teaching; strong work ethic; self-confident with a good sense of humor.


Contact us via email at the email address given on the job heading.


Phone/Video Interview

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.


Te past tenses is English are: Past simple is used for completed actions at a definite time in the past. Past continues is used for actions in progress at a past time. Past perfect is used for completed actions before another past action(relate two past activities to each other). Past perfect continues is used for continuing action in the past up until an additional action in the past.In this chapter I learned a lot about how to build rapport with the students. I also learned when to use certain gestures like smiling, or calling the students by name to help the learning process become more effective. I learned that is important to speak slowly and clearly, not only to promote confidence in the students but also to make sure everyone is on the same page in the class.