EFL Teachers Needed in Boston, USA

Date posted:2011-12-06 | Writer: Harvest English Institute | Email: [email protected]

Harvest English Institute, located in Boston, is seeking to hire EFL Teachers, who are available for an immediate start, for an Intensive English Program (to international students). We look for dynamic and enthusiastic teachers, who also have good classroom management skills. You must be passionate about teaching, have a  TESOL or equivalent, BA in Education, Communication, or any related field, and 1 year of ESL adult teaching experience in a classroom setting (sorry, tutoring and volunteer work does not meet this requirement). You can demonstrate your teaching skills at the interview. Our classes meet 4 days per week (Mon-Th) in the morning (starting at 9:30am). You are required to teach all 4 days. We also offer classes in the evenings (4 days per week- M-Th) and Saturday mornings (one per week). Please email your resume and cover letter, and indicate why you believe you are an effective teacher and your preferred schedule to Lixue Tu at the address given on the job heading. Please also include a brief description of any classes you have taught/tutored including the age of the students, their native language (if other than English), and the subject being taught. Applicants must be available for immediate in-person interview. Pay will be commensurate with experience and is subject to a probationary period.

Harvest English Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Other Details: EMPLOYMENT DOCUMENTS: Current Federal law requires identification and eligibility verification prior to employment. Only U.S. citizens and aliens authorized to work in the United States may be employed.

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 looks at some of the most common problem situations that teacher can encounter in the classroom and ways of dealing with them. Unit also gives information about to start a new course effectively, as well as how to deal with large classes, reluctant students and multi-level classes. There also some examples of games and activities that can be used in different situations and types of classes.I thought this unit was helpful in providing detail on the different types of tests, including when they could/should be given. I hadn't previously given much thought to the different types of tests, but the unit broadened my understanding of their use. In addition, I thought the sample test included in the unit showed how different types of questions can test for things like motivation and fluency.