Job Teaching English in USA

Date posted:2010-04-29 | Writer: EC Boston | Email: [email protected]

EC Boston, established in 1992, is looking for Part-Time ESL Instructors for both spring and summer positions at our Adult Center. Spring positions will open up at the beginning of May and summer positions will begin in June.

We are looking for TEFL qualified teachers who are dynamic, enthusiastic, flexible, and work well in a cooperative environment. Our staff of motivated teachers has input into decisions about the levels they teach, professional development activities they participate in, and the curriculum provided. We teach a diverse population of students from all over the world with both integrated and skills-based classes.

Our school is in a great location in the centre of the city's Back Bay district, just a short walk away from Copley Square and other famous attractions. The school is close to public transport (Copley T Station) which makes travelling to work easy.

Prerequisites: BA or BS, TEFL certificate and previous ESL teaching experience along with experience living and/or working abroad. Masters degree in TESOL or related field highly desirable

To apply for this position, email resume and cover letter to the address given on the job heading describing your experience as a teacher and indicating what makes you a good teacher. Candidates must be available for an in-person interview. Please indicate whether you would be available for an immediate start (May 3rd) or a summer position.

Teaching hours range between 15-22.5 hours a week.
Compensation ranges between $19-$22/hour depending on experience.

You can call us on: (877) 792-6427
Address: 729, Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116

Kindly note that due to the high volume of responses, we may not be able to respond to all applications.

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 the past tense system in English which has a simple and a continuous aspect. The use of each verb form varies according to the situation.In a similar way as we saw with the present tense system, all the auxiliary verbs play a very important role. It gives us the perception of the sequence based on a hypothetical time line to understand the chronological order of the actions i the past.This unit gave a brief overview of what will be covered in the business English course. It listed the course content, described how the course works, aims and objectives, general terminology, and briefly described teaching general business English, and to specific groups. Lastly, it covered the different types of teaching environments that you might engage: one-on-one, in a school, or inside of a business.