ESL EFL TEFL Teaching Job in Kigali Rwanda.
ESL/EFL/TEFL Teaching Position in Rwanda for Teaching English Abroad.

Job Title:
English Instructors Needed
Job Location:
Kigali > Rwanda   
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Grade Level
Teaching Per Week:
Monthly Salary
Job Description


Let's talk about IMPACT. Established in 2009, The International Languages and Management Institute, ILMI, is the first English language and management training institute for local citizens, business executives, and government officials in Rwanda. Through the integration of international perspectives, advanced curriculum offerings, certified instructors, and an empowering institutional philosophy, ILMI will train its students to recognize impact as a journey to be experienced and a facet of history to be created and leveraged in the global arena.

This is why ILMI doesn't offer typical jobs. ILMI offers LifeScopes™. A LifeScopes™ is an opportunity to redefine the values guiding one particular scope of your life: your career.

ILMI's superb compensation package includes:

* Round trip airfare to and from Rwanda

* Fully paid training session and cultural acclimatization period prior to teaching

* Full and most inclusive international medical insurance coverage

* Fully furnished and first rate accommodation

* Very Competitive salary

* Paid Holidays, Vacations, Sick days and all employment documentations

* Professional growth platform and opportunity to teach in neighboring countries like Burundi and DRC.

LMI is ready to hire talented instructors to teach English and/or Business English to government officials and business executives in Rwanda. Join us today so that together we can teach the language of change in order to proclaim words of impact!

All information can be found online at !


In June 2007, Rwanda joined the East African Community and soon after, President Paul Kagame's visionary leadership created a development Roadmap labeled 'Vision 2020' to transform Rwanda's economy into a regional hub for services and industry. In order to ensure regional integration into an English-speaking East African Community, the Rwandan government made English the third official language of Rwanda in 2008, unlocking thus a tremendous national need and subsequent effort to teach English to Rwandan citizens, business executives, and government officials.

Today, foreign investors speak of Rwanda as one of the safest places in Africa, as well as one of the least corrupt. This year, Rwanda jumped 78 spots in the World Bank's 'Doing Business' study.

Today you can help Rwanda fulfill its dream of regional integration and global prosperity.

Our time is now. Let's drive the entrepreneurial spirit. Let's lead the change we all care for.

Length of position: One year

Start Date: Ongoing beginning in January 2010

Teaching Brief:

Working days: Monday through Friday and possibly half-day Saturday

Working Hours: 8 hours a day Monday through Friday and possibly 4 hours on Saturday. Please note that working hours do not necessarily mean teaching hours as your time may be used for preparation either at home or at the institute.

Class Size: Between 9-16 students

Student Level: Mainly adults

Target audience: Government officials, business executives, and general Rwandan public.


* Bachelor degree or higher

* Native English speaker

* Ability to commit to a one year contract

* No previous teaching experience required but experience is a plus

* TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/TESL diploma or equivalent

* Passionate, motivated, and impact-hungry!


* Teaching English or Business English as a foreign language in the communicative/conversational approach

* Preparing class materials and lessons

* Preparing, organizing, and delivering 'Open House' events if applicable

* Developing, enhancing, and modifying curriculum offerings in response to class dynamics

* Delivering course and student performance evaluations

* Preparing and delivering customizable instruction packages if and as required

* Generating Impact!

Minimum Education:Bachelors

Salary, Benefits and Compensation Package:

* $1000 dollar salary per month

* Fully paid training session and cultural acclimatization period prior to teaching

* Fully furnished and first rate accommodation

* Round trip airfare to and from Rwanda

* Full and most inclusive international medical insurance coverage

* Paid vacation period: twelve days total

* All national holidays paid: twelve days total

* Paid sick day allowance

* All employment documentation and related expenses

* Potential opportunity to teach in neighboring countries like Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo

Prior Experience Required: No

This Program is open to: All native English speakers

Instructors travel to Rwanda: Round trip airfare is provided by ILMI but instructors will travel independently

Application Process Involves

* Online job application form

* Resume or CV

* Three part Essay of 1500 words or less

* Disciplinary clearance form

* In-person interview/s when feasible

* Phone interview/s

* Recent photograph

Post-Employment Services Include

* Alumni Network

* Exit debriefing abroad

Our Mission Statement:

Dedicated to enhancing the scope of personal development and global business communication, ILMI strives to prepare you to transform your ideas and ambitions into a unified and competitive language that will allow you to speak change and proclaim words of impact both regionally and globally.

If you have any questions please visit us online at or contact us at .

If you would like to become a teacher for the Foundations of Communication™ course, that is our regular English course, please follow this link to submit your online application:

If you would like to become a teacher for the Venture Communication™ course, that is our Business English course, please follow this link to submit your online application:

Furthermore, if you would like to visit our general LifeScope page to learn more about the opportunities for each, please visit us at:

Thank you very much and we hope to hear from you soon!

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Abbreviations & Acronyms
ESL - English as a Second Language | TESL - Teaching English as a Second Language | EFL - English as a Foreign Language | TEFL - Teaching English as a Foreign Language | ESOL - English for Speakers of Other Languages | TESOL - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages | ELT - English Language Teaching | ELL - English Language Learning | CALL - Computer Assisted Language Learning | TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language | TOEIC - Test of English for International Communication

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