Teach English in Peru
SALARY: $900 – $1,300 per month
Manage the Office of Academic Programs for the most prestigious English institute in historic Cusco Peru!
The responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
This person is the frontline manager for all teachers and all academic programs. This includes the Native English Program and the Native Spanish Program as well as International Test Preparation, (i.e. IELTS, Cambridge etc.), and TOEFL Test Center Administration.
This person manages all daily operations of the Academic Office and is responsible for a team of 4 [shared] staff members, approximately 20 English teachers, and up to 10 Spanish teachers.
This person directs all curriculum development, support materials (i.e. handouts), and quiz and exam administration, and manages all day-to-day issues with teachers including teacher training once a month.
The Academic Department provides support for all other areas of Máximo Nivel in terms of books, materials, exams and quizzes, and photocopies.
Work hours are Monday – Friday from 6:45am to 7:00pm with a 2 hour break for lunch (note this schedule can vary. For example, 9:00am to 9:15pm). At least two Saturdays a month are required from 8:00am to 1:00pm or to 6:00pm. That said, as a Director of Máximo Nivel, the Academic Director is expected to work on an as needed basis and to meet the requirements and responsibilities of the position.
— Advanced Spanish and fluid/native in English.
— TEFL-TESOL or CELTA certification from an onsite, minimum 100+ hour ESL course.
— Bachelors degree or higher.
— Strong academic background.
— Ready to manage a mixed international team of Peruvians and Foreigners.
— High energy, motivated, positive and passionate about academics.
— Ready to commit to a minimum 18-month engagement.
— Not afraid of long hours and hard, but also rewarding work.
— Serious inquiries only. This is not for the casual back-packer.
— For those looking for a cool international experience
Send your resume directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tom Kearin, Managing Director