TEFL Vacancy in New York, USA

Date posted:2009-10-29 | Writer: Embassy CES | Email: [email protected]

One of the top international language training organizations, Embassy CES, is offering positions to qualified, experienced ESL/EFL teachers for English programs at our Manhattan center. Part and full-time positions are available. Applicants must fit one of the following profiles: a. speak fluent English and have a TESOL, CELTA or TEFL or RSA teaching qualification plus a minimum of one year EFL/ESL teaching experience to non-native English speaker adults or b. speak fluent English and have 2 or more years of EFL/ESL experience in teaching non-native English speaker adults IMPORTANT: - Experience with test preparation including Cambridge and TOEFL an advantage - Experience teaching non-native English speakers is a must for all applicants. - A B.A. in English literature and other related degrees must be supplemented with recognized EFL/ESL teaching certification and/or substantial ESL/EFL teaching background. - It is not necessary to re-apply if we already received your resume in the previous 6 months. We are offering highly competitive remuneration, an attractive benefits package and a working environment which is relaxed, yet hard-working.

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.


In this unit, I learned the importance of establishing rapport in the first lesson, and the appropriate activities for first lessons. I also learned about how to deal with having a varying level of fluency among students present in the classroom. This unit also gives valuable information about how to deal with a large class, and how to react to and understand the use of native language within the classroom.Great Unit about vocabulary, word grammar and language functions. It was made clear how to select activities for each stage (Engage, Study and Activate) depending on the focus of the lesson and the class level. Lots of examples of activities were given as well as the best class format (straight arrow, boomrang or patchwork) that would best fit the lesson's purpose (vocabulary, grammar or language function).