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

Job Title:
Teach English and Learn Spanish in Mexico
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Culturlingua Mexico is seeking for full-time energetic and positive native English teachers and one French teachr to teach all ages and levels classes (small groups) 6 hours a day. Five months contract. To start teaching mid January 2011.

Please read all the he following information. If interested send all the information via e mail.

+ Resume (Curriculum Vitae)

+ 3 Recommendation letters from previous employers.

+ Photograph from your passport or drive license. (ID)

+ Telephone number and schedule to be reached for an interview.

Remember we need all the information in order to give you an interview.

To help you make an informed decision, here is information about the position:


Culturlingua Mexico Language Schools, Periban town (10,000 residents), Los Reyes city (40,000 people), and Sahuayo city (50,000 people) Michoacán and AJIJIC, Jalisco are all within a one hour radius of each other and are situated in the heart of the beautiful state of Michoacan and located 250 km south-east of Guadalajara. All this cities enjoy warm tropic-like days with cool refreshing mountain breezes in the evenings, year round. We also have easy access to the coastal resorts of Puerto Vallarta , Manzanillo and Ixtapa situated approximately 6 hours away by car.

Curturlingua Mexico is a private language school that has been serving 400 students annually for over 15 years. We offer one-hour classes five days a week in English. Intensive summer courses for international students of English or Spanish take place in July and August. Our programs, offered year round, break down into the following three terms: Fall- August through

January, Spring - February through June, Summer-July and August. (Terms subject to change).

Full-time teachers (Teacher with ESL, EFL, TESO; CELTA degree or teaching experience) are expected to teach 6 hours daily, Monday through Friday. NO SATURDAYS). New teachers normally sign a 5 month probationary contract and are paid twice a month. The wage varies depending on the value of the peso, but is an adequate living wage in Mexico . Accommodations are provided in the teacher’s residence, a furnished apartment three blocks from the school. Teachers are responsible for the cost of food, utilities and personal needs, as well as transportation to and from Mexico . This is not a get - rich job, but it is a unique opportunity to visit and learn the language and culture of Mexico .

Students at Culturlingua Mexico range in age from 3 to 50 years old. Class size normally does not exceed 12 students. Classes are one hour in duration and are offered from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Teachers may be assigned classes during any of these hours.


-5,000 pesos per month (approx 450 U.S. Dollars)

-2 week paid vacation at Easter or Christmas

-Free accommodation in fully furnished Culturlingua´s teachers house

-Free Spanish classes

-Five Months Contract

Most teachers find this sufficient for living expenses as well as for some recreational expenses. As in most teaching positions, teachers are not paid for lesson preparation time or for attending the weekly one hour teacher’s meeting.


-30 teaching hours a week (no Saturdays)

-Classes are between 7.00 am and 9:00 pm, are 1 hour in duration and up to 12 students in size.

-Attendance at weekly teachers` meeting

-Preparation of weekly lessons

Our courses include Beeline plus for children, Click on for adolescents, and True Colors for adults. For each course, teachers are provided with a teacher’s guide, suggesting how each lesson be taught, as well as a copy of the students book and workbook. Some courses also include cassettes. Other resources available to teachers are charts, flash cards, games realia, a limited video selection, and a photocopier. In addition, teachers may find it necessary to develop their own classroom aids. In this case they may order materials through the school. Any

materials you bring with you will prove to be an asset.

Teachers can be accommodated with a local family or live co-ed in the teacher’s residence, each with private bedroom. Teachers who live with a family are charged monthly to cover the cost of food and utilities, teachers in the residences are responsible for utilities, cleaning supplies, personal needs and food. Accommodations are all within walking distance of school. If

you have further questions, please call 00 (52) (351) 51 60659or fax at the number 00 52 (351) 51 23 384 or write by e-mail:

Los Reyes, Sahuayo are small cities and Periban a small town with conservative and traditional ideas. Culturlingua Mexico has established and maintains a good reputation for professional and respectable teachers. We ask that new teachers help to continue with this tradition and maintain our good image both inside and outside of the classroom.

Please keep in mind the following points:

Our schools have a dress code. Teachers need to present a smart appearance. Jeans, shorts, mini-skirts and flip flop sandals are not appropriate. (See teacher’s manual).

-Drug taking is illegal in Mexico . Any association with drugs will lead to immediate dismissal and possible prosecution.

-For your own health, remember that the Mexican climate and the strength of tequila can make a rather unpleasant combination!! Please use moderation with your alcohol intake!

-The teachers’ house and apartment are for your accommodation needs. Teachers should be respectful of the other occupants and neighbors regarding noise, visitors etc. Teachers could be sharing the accommodation with others of differing ages, cultures etc.

-Sick pay is paid as the usual pay if the teacher seeks medical advice and follows the doctor’s recommendations.

- As in most working establishments, there are a few administration rules which need to be followed, such as writing lesson plans every week, formally requesting materials etc. These are part of your contractual duties and must be complied with.

While the school management acknowledges that teachers come here to experience Mexico and will want to make friends and socialize, it also requests that they show commitment to the school and the teaching of English. We hope that new teachers will become part of our professional team and have an enjoyable experience here with us.



Cecilia Belmont.

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00 52 (351) 51 606 59

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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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