ESL Job Sites (For Jobs In English-Speaking Countries)
So maybe last week you asked Should I Teach ESL In My Own Country? and decided yes…or at least maybe. But where to start looking for jobs?
The TEFL mainstay Dave’s ESL Café does have an International Jobs Board (in which it might not seem to make so much sense to include North American jobs, but that’s where they are – they are neither Korean or Chinese jobs, so are by default international) and North America and UK discussion boards.
A note on jobs “at home”. As the main fields are non-profits, universities and community colleges, know that many will require a Master’s Degree or more – quite often to nearly always with university postions, and perhaps even if an MA isn’t required for a non-profit job, you may well be competing with people who have this qualification.
I should also add that I am indebted to Richard for his assistance with a number of excellent New York and international ESL job links. *UPDATE* I might also just have to sell my soul to Tesall.com, which just provided the TEFL Logue with no fewer than eleven additional links…keywords like ESL and sometimes ESOL will work wonders with these.
General North America
UK and Australia
If any readers have additional contributions – links to free ESL job sites in English speaking countries – please submit them via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy job hunting!