International ESL Jobs
Date: 19 June 2014
The English Hub is seeking a creative part-time ESL professional (and/or student in that field) to teach English to professionals and write/design ESL content at our client site in Tenleytown, DC.
SCHEDULE: 07:30 am to 12:00 noon, Mon-Thurs
COMPENSATION: $16-$18/ hour (commensurate with experience)
LOCATION: Tenleytown, Washington, DC NW (highly metro accessible; parking is a challenge)
START DATE: Monday, July 7th or earlier
PERKS: All federal holidays are observed; telecommuting is sometimes granted during inclement weather; job is creative with lots of autonomy; watching TV and listening to NPR is sometimes part of the job!
-07:30-09:00 am, Mon-Thurs - teach small-group classes (1-8 students per day)
-09:00 am-12 noon
-plan and produce ESL lessons, worksheets, PowerPoint Presentations, etc.
-teach one-on-one classes (occasionally)
-maintain student records and complete quarterly progress reports
-take students on occasional off-site field trips (personal vehicle not required)
-1st language is US/Canadian English.
-at least 1 year of experience teaching adults in English as a Second Language
-Creative spirit and dynamic personality
-Confident grasp of English grammar and pronunciation instruction
-Demonstrable experience/knowledge in lesson planning and curriculum development (or a willingness to learn).
-A TOEFL or CELTA certificate and/or Bachelor's degree (preferably in English or Education).
-high proficiency with Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel
-Professional attire at all times
-Any creative design ability or experience with publication software (such as InDesign or QuarkExpress) is highly regarded
-Any experience with curriculum writing or social media management is highly regarded.
-Knowledge of Latin-based languages is helpful.
Please submit your resume and cover letter (optional) via email.
ABOUT the COMPANY: The English Hub provides customized ESL classes and resources to individuals and small groups in Washington, DC. Our website is still in the testing and development phase, but you are free to visit it.