Part-time Teacher

EF International Language Centers is looking for a part-time teacher at the Executive Language Institute in Cambridge, MA. We are looking for someone passionate about teaching, flexible in any situation and excited about working with executives and professionals from around the world.

EF Executive Language Institute offers private one-on-one classes and small group classes to adults. Our highly customized courses focus on business English and English language skills needed in the workplace. We have a wide nationality mix and students come from one week to three months.

We are looking for part-time teachers who can teach all levels of students, a background in business is preferred.

Requirements

  • BA in any field
  • TEFL certification (140 hour in person course, CELTA a plus)
  • One year of teaching experience, preferably in an EFL classroom
  • Business background strongly preferred. Overseas experience a plus.

To Apply

  • Send a cover letter outlining your enthusiasm for international education and fit for the job
  • Provide a resume showcasing your skills and experience

 

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