next step - finding a job

Applying for jobs is never easy, but every effort will definitely pay off eventually. When looking for placements as an EFL teacher, there are some things that should be considered.

  • Your own motivation: Recruiters will always be interested in your personal reasons for wanting to work as an EFL teacher. Also think about who (children/teenagers/adults) and where you would like to teach.
  • Do some research about the high seasons for teacher recruitment in the respective country.
  • Get ready for at least an interview; some schools and recruiters would actually prefer you to travel there and meet you in person, while some will be happy with a Skype interview.
  • You can start applying before you've completed your TEFL course.

Please note that we do not place EFL teachers, but gladly assist with our experience and general information. You might find consulting the following contacts helpful as well.


General:

www.EFLJobs.co.uk

admin@efljobs.co.uk 

 

Footprints Recruiting - Placing Teachers First:

careers@footprintsrecruiting.com

 

Dave's ESL café

http://www.eslcafe.com/

 

ESL Boards

http://career.eslboards.com/find-a-job/



China:

Contact Fatima - She places English teachers in 23 branches in 11 cities in China: Beijing, Hangzhou, Tianjin, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chongqing, Nanjing, Qingdao and Xi'an.

vintatapro@gmail.com



Korea:

Cliff Smith

TeachKorea

Cell: 082-728-4229

Tel: 021-782-5345 or 021-782-5024

cliff@teachkorea.co.za

www.teachkorea.co.za

 

South African Office

59 Clan Stewart St.

Glencairn Heights

Simonstown 7975

 

jaymlee@koreaconnections.net

 

Important link for Korea: https://www.epik.go.kr:8080/contents.do?contentsNo=56&menuNo=286 



Thailand:

Meena_kisp@kajonkietsuksa.ac.th

 

Michael Wall 

Mister English School

michael@misterenglishschool.com



Japan:

The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme

http://www.jetprogramme.org/en