TEFL basics: Where to find a teaching job
As we move into 2022, and after two years of Covid and travel restrictions itchy feet need to be scratched, whether in terms of wanderlust or economic necessity. So, if you’re new to TEFL and wondering where to look for a job we’ve rounded up the ‘go-to’s’ in handy list.
A note about volunteering: while this may be the route for many people to get some on the job experience, check out your placement provider carefully. If you’re asked to pay for the experience then red flag it.
For other red flags in job postings and interviews see our employment and job advice blogs… and make sure your TEFL qualification will satisfy work visa requirements - see here…
For job postings and other opportunities in English teaching, here is a list of job sites for different types of international employment to get you started:
Our own Language Point jobs page:
TEFL.com - hundreds of jobs organised by region and type of position:
Dave's ESL Cafe - jobs, resources and boards relating to all things TEFL
ESL Base - jobs, discussions and links to TEFL organisations worldwide
EF English First - one of the biggest employers in TEFL worldwide
Reed - a generic job site which often has postings from TEFL employers
Tom Garside is Director of Language Point Teacher Education. Language Point delivers the internationally recognised RQF level 5 Trinity CertTESOL in a totally online mode of study, and the RQF level 6 Trinity College Certificate for Practising Teachers, a contextually-informed teacher development qualification with specific courses which focus on online language education or online methodology.
If you are interested to know more about these qualifications, or you want take your teaching to a new level with our teacher education courses, contact us or see our course dates and fees for details.