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Teach English in Cuenca, Ecuador with CEDEI English Program
CEDEI’s English Program seeks qualified EFL teachers to start April 2019, for a minimum of nine months. We have three sites in Cuenca, offering English classes to more than 1,000 students with a staff of at least 50 teachers. Teachers will generally teach four classes per cycle, each cycle lasting three months. A variety of classes are offered at CEDEI from Monday through Saturday.
Start Date: Monday, April 1, 2019. Teachers are expected to arrive by Monday, March 25, 2019, in order to get settled in Cuenca, arrange accommodations, and participate in a three-day orientation before the cycle starts. If you are interested in teaching with us in a later cycle, please contact us as well.
-An Associate Degree or Bachelor's Degree
-A TEFL/CELTA/TESOL certificate (minimum of 100 hour program-including classes and practicum)
-Must be a native English speaker or have fluent English
-Teaching experience (practicum hours or professional hours)
Interested candidates, please scan and send the following documents to email@example.com:
-Two signed letters of recommendation (one directly related to teaching experience)
The pay is $7.00 an hour. CEDEI Foundation is a non-profit organization. While teachers do not earn a lot of money by international standards, they do earn enough to live comfortably in Ecuador. It is also an opportunity to gain invaluable teaching experience and cultural exchange. Teachers are offered free Spanish classes and free dance classes.
NOTE: Visa and airfare fees are the teacher's responsibility. Teachers have to pay for the total cost of the visa ($250) when they apply for it at the Ecuadorian Consulate, but CEDEI reimburses 50% of the cost when teachers are on staff.