TEFL Teaching Job in Presidente Prudente, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in Brazil

CITY: Sao Paulo
START DATE: ASAP
SALARY: 15 Reais/hour (about 7.50 USD)

WORKING CONDITIONS:
CalEnglish is an English language school located in Presidente Prudente, Sao Paulo Brazil. http://www.calenglish.com.br

Right now there are 5 foreign and 5 Brazilian teachers working with 200+ students.

The student’s age range from 4 to 50. (most of them are university students)

The position available is to teach 20 hours (or more if you wish) per week from Monday to Saturday. Each class lasts one hour and has an average of 5 students.

Pay is 15 Reais an hour which is about 7.50 USD, we will give you at least 20 hours a week.

If you would like more hours to make extra money we will give you more hours.

Pay is enough to live in Presidente Prudente and to save some for traveling.

A furnished studio (with internet) is available for the time of the contract for 400 reais a month. The teacher will have a bedroom and bathroom and will share a kitchen. The studio is well located.

The foreign English teacher is responsible for all advanced classes and advanced private students. The school will be using Interchange (Cambridge Press) for Advanced I classes and Contemporary Topics 3 (Longman Press) for Advanced II. In case there are more advanced students, handouts or Communicating in Business (Cambridge Press) will be used. There are some private students who are taking prep course for TOEFL.

The teaching position is for 20hours per week, teaching groups of 5 students and some private students. Most of them are either university students or business men.

Our methodology involves more conversation than grammar and focuses on teaching the students to learn more vocabulary.

Presidente Prudente is a university town located in Sao Paulo, five hours from Sao Paulo and 12 hours from Rio de Janeiro.

REQUIREMENTS:
The school is looking for a young (21 to 30) enthusiastic and energetic professional, with ESL (or similar) certificate who is willing to work hard (5 month contract). Experience is not necessary.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
For more information you could contact our teachers through facebook: Tory Walker (2009 to present), and Emily Janke (2009 to present).

If you are interested in this position please send your resume, passport picture and a reference contact (or letter) to applications@calenglish.com.br

If you are already in Brazil you can call (18) 3908 6361 or come to visit us in Presidente Prudente.

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