On this page we list specific jobs that we think may apply to our current teachers, and our TESOL certificate students. Below that we list sites which are full of opportunities and updated regularly. The English Department, the Program in ESL, and the TESOL Certificate Program take no responsibility for the truthfulness of any job advertisement, or the trustworthiness of the employers listed. Be careful, and check out the employers listed. We recommend that you make appropriate inquiries and take advice before entering into an employment contract with any employer listed below.
New Posting 5/15/17
Fulbright US Scholar Program
The 2018-19 Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program competition is now open and accepting applications. We are writing to ask for your assistance in spreading the word among your network about Fulbright opportunities in the TEFL/TESOL field.
Engagement from alumni has been a critical component of the Fulbright Program for over 70 years and we’re asking you to encourage the next wave of scholars to promote academic excellence and public diplomacy through a Fulbright grant. Would it be possible for you to forward this announcement to your contacts?
Exciting TEFL opportunities this year include:
· Jordan: Experienced TEFL/TESOL scholars are in high-demand at Jordanian Universities. Scholars will teach university-level students and may also lead training programs, develop curricula, and conduct workshops to build assessment capacity. A Ph.D. and expertise in curriculum and materials development is highly desirable, and a minimum three years of college-level teaching or teacher training experience is required.
· Turkey: Ihsan Dogramaci Bilkent University in Ankara is eager to host a scholar to teach graduate courses at its English language teacher-training program. The scholar will also supervise master’s student theses, conduct training programs and workshops, and assist in the development of curricula. A Ph.D. in TEFL/TESOL, second language acquisition, applied linguistics or a closely related field is preferred.
· Estonia: Experts in English language teacher training are sought to teach undergraduate and graduate courses for up to 9 months at Narva College. Scholars may also participate in research on multiculturalism and multilingualism, which is a priority research area. Masters-level applicants with at least five years of te aching experience at the tertiary level may apply.
· Taiwan: Based at a major university in Taipei, scholars interested in this award will have the opportunity to conduct research and assist in the development of resource material development, testing and evaluation and program design and implementation. Many TEFL specializations are welcome, particularly those with a focus on elementary/middle school education and teacher training. Applicants must have a Ph.D./Ed.D. and a minimum of three years of teaching experience, or an M.A. and a minimum of five years of teaching experience.
· Morocco: TEFL is a top priority in Morocco, which offers flexible grant lengths (three to 10 months) starting in September 2018. Three options are available: full-time research; full-time teaching; or a combination of teaching and research, often split semester by semester. A Ph.D. is strongly preferred, along with at least three years teaching experience.
You can also refer your U.S. colleagues to receive information about the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program. IIE/CIES will contact all referrals, providing valuable information about the award offerings and application process. You can also list your colleagues’ primary discipline or prefe rred country, which will allow us to tailor our guidance.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens and the deadline for the 2018-19 competition is August 1, 2017. Please reach out with any questions or concerns; we’ll be glad to assist.
With best regards,
Middle East & North Africa Team
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program
Institute of International Education
1400 K Street NW, Suite 700 • Washington, DC 20005
IIE • The Power of International Education
WESLI (www.wesli.com) Wisconsin English Second Language Institute is hiring teachers for its Summer 2 session (June 29 - August 23) with the possibility of continuing into the fall. Teachers with experience teaching academic courses (reading & writing, listening and speaking, and test prep) are encouraged to apply. If you’re interested in teaching for WESLI, please send a resume and cover letter to Dan Perreth, WESLI’s Director at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to talk with Dan about employment opportunities at WESLI, please email him or call him at 257-4300.
Go Global: This site, maintained by the University of Wisconsin, offers links to search sites and tips on securing international employment. Go Global provides a good overview of international employment. Check it out!
TESOL Careers: This job site is maintained by the TESOL organization, the national professional organization. Many of the jobs require an MA in TESOL or a related field, but not all.
Dave's ESL Cafe: Dave's ESL Cafe is probably the largest ESL/EFL-related web site, complete with many job listings, lesson plans, tips on working abroad and more.
TESOL.net: This site contains links to other sites and lists a number of jobs worldwide. Many require only an undergraduate degree, with a TESOL Certificate as a desired additional qualification.
TEFL.com: One of the longest-running jobs sites, this allows you to upload your resume and find teaching jobs all over the world.