TEFL employment advice jobs teaching English abroad


Paradise TEFL in Koh Phangan is part of a worldwide network of TEFL training schools, academies and institutes. Paradise TEFL in its 13th year with more than 800 graduates who have taught or are teaching English as a Foreign Language in Asia and throughout the world.

Since 2003 to 2016 Paradise TEFL has successfully placed students into English teaching
jobs abroad and solid employment positions around the globe not only in Thailand, but also Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, China, Taiwan, South Korea, India, Japan, South Africa, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Spain, France, Russia, Czechoslovakia, Oman, as well as the USA and Canada.

We also have excellent contacts with local schools and businesses on Koh Phangan and will introduce you as your TEFL course progresses to new job opportunities on the island. Jobs in Koh Phangan teaching English do arise about 3-4 times a year and we always keep Koh Phangan TEFL trainees and graduates up to date 2016 and informed of employment work teaching English on Koh phangan.


We are also extremely competitive in offering you the lowest possible price for a  course whether it be an Onsite TEFL training  - Online - Onsite combined or an Online TEFL course. Following either of the above mentioned courses, continuing support will be given to help you find an English teaching job that suits you in Asia or indeed the world.

With your TEFL course you have you own teacher trainer adviser who will show you how to arrange interviews for English teaching jobs all over Thailand and Asia. As long as you follow our advice and as long as you can present yourself properly at an interview you will have no problems finding a good English teaching job.

We will show you how to arrange interviews with reputable employers before you complete your teacher training course in Thailand. There are more teaching English jobs in Asia available than teachers to fill them and employers value an accredited Paradise TEFL certificate. 

We have valuable resources, teaching websites, that we update regularly, built in contacts that we give you free as an idea of what the TEFL industry is like in Asia and worldwide. Many large language schools such as ECC Thailand, AUA  and English First employ TEFL teachers.

English teaching jobs and up to date websites from Paradise TEFL


China

Angelina's ESLCafe

English teaching jobs and other professional jobs are advertised. As the largest agency in China, Angelina's ESL Cafe serves serious jobseekers and employers.

ESL Cafe
Hundreds of ESL teaching jobs in China are advertised. Teaching positions are offered in primary schools, middle schools, high schools, language training centres, colleges and universities all over China.

Teachcn
Teachcn is a large recruiting agency that recruits foreign talents. Hundreds of jobs in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Dalian, Harbin, and other cities are listed in Teachcn.

Teaching English jobs in Cambodia

http://www.asiateachingjobs.com/
TEFL jobs in Cambodia and Asia

http://www.eslemployment.com/
ESL jobs in Cambodia, articles, resources - ESL forums

India

Monster India
Advanced search engine allows you to find excellent jobs all over India. You cal post your resume to thousand of recruiters. It is an excellent site for both job seekers and recruiters.

Japan

Japan's English Teaching Job Site
Jobs for English teachers are advertised. Jobs are available all over Japan. Employers can post job ads for 30 days at low rates.

Jobs in Japan
Japan's Number 1 English job site. It contains lots of English language teaching jobs as well as jobs in other fields. 

WorkinJapan.com
Free membership services. Let employers find you. WorkinJapan.com lists Domestic and international job openings as well as career information via email.

JCareer

JCareer advertises Japan jobs and careers. It is an English job site for foreigners in Japan. It lists jobs for translators, proofreaders, teachers, facilitators and consultants.

Malaysia

Malaysia Jobs Directory
Malaysia Jobs Directory provides you with job links to help you with your job search.



Singapore

Singapore Jobs Online
This is a brilliant job search website that produces results. Apply for jobs and post resumes. If you are an employer, you can list your job vacancies and search extensive resume database to find the right employee.


South Korea

ESL Cafe
Apply for ESL teaching positions at universities, colleges, English language training centers, schools or kindergartens. New jobs are advertised every day.


Taiwan

English in Taiwan
English in Taiwan is a very useful job website for expats - teachers and businessmen who want to teach English in Taiwan. Also, provides information about teaching and living conditions Taiwan.

Careerjet
The job offerings themselves are not hosted by Career jet and visitors are always redirected to the original job listing. Essentially, Career jet acts as traffic driver to job sites. Career jet's job search engine network encompasses over 50 countries. Employers can list their jobs.


Thailand

Monster.com
Search hundreds of  jobs in Thailand, build and post your resume and access thousands of pages of career info and advice. Employers can get instant access to today's most powerful hiring tools and post jobs, search resumes, screen candidates and streamline their entire hiring process.


http://www.ajarn.com/

Teaching English jobs in Thailand and Asia. Comprehensive and up to date.


Vietnam

http://www.gooverseas.com/hot-job/vietnam/66230
Latest English teacher jobs - Vietnam is an up and coming place for ESL teachers

VietnamWorks
Vietnam Works provides job-search tools, resume creation tools, and more. Jobs are classified by categories and locations.


Questions to ask at your TEFL job interview


If you have just been certified to teach TEFL course or are thinking about going through the process, you will want to start thinking about your interview with potential employers. You will be expected to show them what you have learned in your course and why you would make a great teacher at their school or language institute. You may even be asked to present a short sample class. When preparing for an interview, some people forget that they should ask the language school or institute some questions as well. You are traveling to a foreign country after all and you should know some things about the company you are traveling thousands and thousands of miles to work for. You don’t want to end up teaching in a school that you don’t like and start wishing you were home.

Before, during and after your interview with your potential employer, there are some things you will want to know about them. Before your interview with the company, see what you can find out about the company by searching the internet. Most schools will have a website that you can look at. See if you can find any forums about the school or reviews from people who have either taught or taken classes there.

If the school seems reputable, get ready to ask them some questions during your interview. The interviewer will first ask you the questions to see if you are a good fit for their school. After they interview you, it is your turn to see if they are a good fit for you. If the person interviewing you hasn’t already told you about their school, ask some basic questions. What kind of students do they have? Kindergartners? College age students? Also, what is the average class size? This is an important one to ask because in some countries, you could be teaching as many as 60 students at one time, if so is there a teachers assistant? In other jobs, you might only be teaching 3-6 students at a time. Make sure you are comfortable in handling whatever size of classes they may want you to teach. You will need to know if they have a curriculum that they follow and is there access to lesson plans from the past.

You should also ask about other types of resources that are available to the teachers. A good school will value their teachers and provide things like Wi-Fi access, copy machines, interactive whiteboards and other tools to make your teaching job easier and more efficient. Asking the right questions during your interview will help you determine if you will have a good experience teaching at a particular school. You should ask about the types of resources that are available to the English teachers. A good school will value their teachers and provide things like Wi-Fi access, lesson plans or curriculum work books to follow and elaborate on, copy machines, interactive whiteboards and other tools to make your teaching job easier and more efficient. After all, TEFL is not all about earning a living, it should also be fun and enjoyable.

Of course ask about visa, work permit and accommodation assistance, photos of accommodation beforehand to let you know what to expect. 

Teaching English on line has and will become more and more predominant as the global world internet speed grows.

Internet speed requirements for teaching English online are listed below for HD video chat.

http://www.speedtest.net/

Here are some Skype bandwidth usage numbers:

Upload - Download requirements minimum 1.2 mega bytes per second for one to one HD video calling is required by employers.

Group chat of 2 English language students plus the English Teacher -
 2 mega bytes per second upload speed is required by employers.

Group chat of 4 English language students plus the English teacher -
4 mega bytes per second upload speed is preferred

 

http://busyteacher.org/3339-teaching-english-online-what-you-need-to-know.html

http://www.openenglish.com/en/careers/teachers/

 

 

 

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