ESL Job Application Process

ESL Job Application Process

Frequently Asked Questions

We have attempted to cover as much as possible in our Frequently Asked Questions.  If you have a question which is not covered below, we have an easy solution for you: Please contact us!

What are your application criteria?

What type of candidate are you looking for?

I don't have any teaching experience! Does that matter?

Will my school provide me with teaching materials?

What time of the year do you recruit teachers?

How do I apply?

Does my country of origin matter?

Where do you conduct your interviews?

Do I need a TEFL or other teaching certification?

What happens after I submit the application?

How long does the application process take?

Can I apply with a friend or significant other?

What if I haven't graduated yet?

I tried to submit my application but it isn’t working. What am I doing wrong?

What are you looking for in a cover letter?

Who should I make my cover letter out to?

I’d like to update my application. Who do I contact?

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