Category Teaching & TEFL

CHILE > Are you interested in volunteering to teach English in Chile? Please consider the English Opens Doors Program. Participation is FREE and placements are available throughout Chile.Read More >
ONLINE > Don't want to be restricted to one place? VIPKID is currently looking for online teachers for their young students. This role is perfect for those wanting to enjoy a location independent lifestyle. Pick your own hours and earn $14-22/hr teaching English online to kids in China.Read More >
ITALY > Our Summer camps facilitate and encourage learning through games, songs, and creative activities such as arts & crafts and performance showcases.Read More >
ITALY > BELL - Beyond English Language Learning – currently have an opening for a Project Coordinator & English Teacher to make a meaningful contribution to the company, working with our creative team on upcoming projects and teaching through the BELL style.Read More >
ITALY > Teach English as a Foreign Language at local schools for 2-3 days a week during the academic year. Read More >
ITALY > Halfway down the Adriatic coast (think opposite Rome), Termoli is a top beach resort which according to Lonely Planet, retains a winning, low-key charm.Read More >
ITALY > We are urgently looking for an experienced native-level speaker professional to join a dynamic, friendly team of teachers on a contract until June. If you are a fun and versatile all-rounder, this could be the job for you.Read More >
SOUTH KOREA > My school is looking to hire new teachers to start in February 2019 to teach kindergarten. This is an excellent opportunity to work in a relaxed environment in a reputable school which always pays on time and offers good benefits. Read More >
INDONESIA > We are continually looking for qualified EFL Teachers who meet the requirements to obtain a work visaRead More >
SPAIN > Are you a recent graduate looking for a valuable professional experience in Spain? Start teaching English in Spain in January and finish in June 2019. Receive a monthly income, teaching-related training (paid by the programme), and ongoing in-country support.Read More >