Vacancies For EFL Teachers in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Date posted:2012-01-16 | Writer: Universal English Center | Email: [email protected]

Universal English Center is currently looking for full and part-time ESL teachers who are already residing in Ho Chi Minh City. UEC is a fast growing, premier English center in Ho Chi Minh City’s district 7. We offer a range of classes from introductory courses to TOEFL test preparation. In all classes, we provide a motivating and focused classroom. Our staff are committed to a culturally diverse, engaging atmosphere that crosses multiple subjects.    UEC is looking for motivated and experienced native English speaking teachers for the following positions:    Weekday evening Young Learner courses    Weekend classes (Saturdays & Sundays)    One-on-one classes (mornings & weekends)    Test preparation courses (TOEFL iBT, IGCSE, TOEIC, IELTS)    A UEC teacher must have:    A bachelor’s degree;    Minimum one year teaching experience;    CELTA or TEFL certificate;    Can do attitude.Once employed a UEC teacher can expect:    20-25 hours a week (for full time teachers);    Excellent managerial support;    Stellar ESL materials and facilities;    Competitive salary.Applicants please send your resume to our academic manager; Stuart Turner, at the e-mail address given on the job heading.  

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 was another interesting unit. I personally create a lot of material for my own classes and many of these were covered in the unit.I especially like to use role play cards and word searches to help to increase my students' vocabulary .It was nice to know that I do not have to use everything that comes in my course book as many parents disagree and complain when I do not complete every single page.The information is vital to an effective class room. I learned how useful and powerful gestures are to classroom control and success. How one sets up a class room can make or break the learning proccess. Seating and arrangements will vary according to the students and size of the class, there is not \"set\" pattern. Self control as a teacher is as important as class room control. Fexability is a must.