TELUS International-Project for Teachers-Guatemala Guatemala (All)
TELUS International Required Degrees: Teaching Certificate, Degree in Education Fields of Expertise: ESL/EFL , Nursery , Elementary , ESL to Children , Kindergarten , High School , Must have good communication skills in English Details: Task description: In this project, you will use your teaching experience and skills to evaluate educational and family-friendly online services/apps for relevancy and quality. You will also need to adhere to country-specific educational models. Workload: up to 40 hours per week. Estimated Start date: December-2023 Duration of the project: 1+ year (this is continuous project) Location: Guatemala. Compensation: 14 USD per hour. Required qualifications, skills, and experience. This is the right job for you if have the following qualifications, skills, and experience:
• 3+ years of classroom teaching experience for age group 3 to 12 years • Verified teaching certification. • Fluency in English • Good computer and mobile device skills. • Ability to adapt and work along with corporate culture and teams • Good knowledge of students needs and expectations while viewing content online • Good eye for detail in analyzing input provided by customer independently and confirming if this meets the requirements to perform the job or suggest improvement. • Neither you nor anyone in the household should be working for a company that has or is currently developing online services for kids.
Fields of Expertise: ESL/EFL , ESL to Children , Details: Liceo Esquipulteco in Esquipulas, Chiquimula, Guatemala, seeks two English Language Arts (ELA) teachers. No teaching experience is required, but volunteers must be fluent native English speakers. The school offers competitive salaries, an apartment a few blocks from the school, daily meals, and medical insurance. Liceo Esquipulteco also pays a one-way ticket for the new teacher from the country of origin. Esquipulas’ main attraction is the beautiful Black Christ (Cristo Negro) located in the Basilica of Esquipulas, making the town an important place of Catholic pilgrimage for Central America. It is also one of the country’s most important towns and has had the most cultural and economic growth.
Fields of Expertise: Elementary , Details: Pre-Primary and Elementary Education Homeroom Teachers: The Robert Muller LIFE School is a non-profit, international preK-6 school located in Panajachel, Guatemala on the shores of beautiful Lake Atitlan. We are committed to providing a quality education to the local population, who are mostly indigenous of Mayan descent. Our Homeroom teachers are full-time teaching positions for a 10 month from August to June. Contracts for continued employment will be offered for additional years based on performance, as we love to have teachers who are interested in being around for more than a year. Next year we have a few positions available for pre-primary and primary Homeroom Teachers. The majority of our students enter our school with little to no English, and we are therefore looking for teachers with a bilingual/ELL/immersion background. As a Homeroom Teacher, you would be responsible for providing instruction in Language Arts, social studies, math, and science. Your students would also have Technology, Art, Kaqchikel, Spanish, and PE with other teachers, during which time you would have planning periods. Please note that in order to apply for teaching positions at LIFE School, you must have a degree in early childhood, elementary, or secondary education, and/or be state-certified. The school will provide transportation from the Guatemala City airport and will also help the new teachers in finding accommodations. Additional Qualifications: Experience working with English Language Learners preferred Flexible, resourceful, energetic, and passionate about education. Committed to the school’s mission of providing a quality bilingual education to the local population Experience in differentiating instruction. Working knowledge of Spanish preferred but not required Preference given to teachers with experience working in a multicultural setting Background in music, art or drama a benefit
Village School Required Degrees: Teacher Degree Fields of Expertise: Elementary , High School , language arts Details: WE OFFER Competitive salary Benefits of law Additional benefits Life and medical insurance Schedule from Monday to Friday 7:30 - 15:30 REQUIREMENTS Teacher certificate 100% Bilingual (native or superior) Two years of experience as a teacher
Science & Language Arts Teacher- HS & ES Guatemala (Guatemala)
Village School Required Degrees: Teacher Degree Fields of Expertise: Elementary , Science , Language Arts Details: 2 years experience Teacher Degree Available to start July 11, 2022 Must be willing to work on-site in Km 25.5 Carretera a El Salvador, Guatemala
English Classroom Language ArtsHigh School Teacher Guatemala (Santa Lucia, Cotzumaguapa, Esc)
Required Degrees: Undergraduate plus Masters if completed Fields of Expertise: High School , Details: We have an opening at CAS for our 2022 school year for the Language Arts High School classroom teacher position. We begin our school year on January 8th, 2022 and complete the year on November 8th, 2022. This position includes teaching 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade English. There are additional school responsibilities that all teachers assume during the year and will be delegated as the year progresses. We have been online since March 2020 and hope to begin hybrid classes in February, 2022 or soon after. If it works out better for you we can negotiate an online teaching position for you.
Math Teacher for Middle School Guatemala (Guatemala)
Fields of Expertise: ESL to Children , High School , Science , Math/Physics , Details: Available positions: * Math Teacher for Middle School * Language Arts Teacher for Elementary * Science Teacher Requirements: • Licensed Teacher • 2 Years Minimum Experience • Available to be in Guatemala by July 10th We Offer Travel Aid $500 US Housing (Near School Premises) Transportation to and from School Life and Medical Insurance
Academic Director at Progressive Green School Guatemala (Antigua)
Required Degrees: Bachelors of Education Fields of Expertise: ESL/EFL , ESL to Children , Details: Academic Director Job Details Job Type Full-time Application deadline September 17th, 2021 Suggested application materials resume & cover letter About Antigua Green School We are a community of life-long learners dedicated to renewable growth and our interdependent relationship with nature, cultivating the spirit of inquiry and creativity through which each member engages in dynamic, self-driven, experiential learning. Antigua Green School is a K-12 progressive education school located in a coffee farm and cultural center called Finca La Azotea in the beautiful city of Antigua Guatemala. Our learning experience is tailored to students’ interests by using a project based learning approach. Please find more information about our school at: https://antiguagreenschool.edu.gt https://.facebook/AntiguaGreenSchool Full Job Description The Academic Director of Antigua Green School plays an essential role for the whole school and in the management team. This position is responsible for assisting the General Director with the general operation, leadership, supervision, and overseeing the entire teaching team, role modeling to academic staff and to students. This position sets the tone for a student-centered and community oriented culture that emphasizes project based learning and environmental education. The ideal candidate should have Knowledge and passion for progressive education and has a student centered orientation. Knowledge and passion for environmental education. Effective planning and high organizational skills. Experience in a bilingual educational environment. Well developed people and communication skills. Solid knowledge and experience in elementary (primary) education. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Establish and promote Antigua Green School standards and expectations for all students and teaching team for academic performance. Supervise the educational programs assigned by the general director, evaluating lesson plans and observing classes on a regular basis to encourage the use of an inquiry based approach as well as project based learning. Organize and conduct the entire recruitment process and retention of Antigua Green School teachers and specialized teachers focusing on creating a dynamic teaching team. Involve with the research and design of educational approach and instructional methods. Lead and promote effective communication between parents and teachers as well as the relationship with the PTO. In charge of the general academic planning processes including school calendar, committees coordination, schedule preparation, and others that may apply. Ensure that academic personnel evaluation procedures are accomplished according to Antigua Green School goals and objectives. Develop, recommend and provide professional development opportunities that address the needs of the educational program and needs of the teaching team. Assist the general director with the administrative functions of the school regarding teaching team and students. Supervise personnel as assigned by the general director to ensure that all job responsibilities are met. Maintain visibility with students, staff, parents and the community by attending school and community functions regularly to demonstrate a genuine interest in the students and school staff. Assume responsibility for the health, safety and wellbeing of students, teaching team and visitors. Serve as liaison between the teaching team and the technical director of the school regarding local education policies and procedures. Continue to grow professionally through collaboration with colleagues and professional growth experiences. Coordinate the secondary academic operations including the Cambridge International program with the secondary principal. Lead weekly staff meetings. Coordinate administrative efforts with the finance and operations departments. Requirements Education: Bachelor’s Degree and/or Master’s Degree in Education from an accredited college or university. Experience: Five (5) years of teaching experience and two (2) years of related academic administrative experience Languages: Native English speaker, basic conversational Spanish is required. How to apply If you are passionate about progressive education with a focus on sustainability please send an email to us
Language Arts Teacher for Elementary Guatemala (Guatemala)
Fields of Expertise: Elementary , ESL to Children , High School , Science , Math/Physics , Details: Available positions: * Language Arts Teacher for Elementary Requirements: • Licensed Teacher • 2 Years Minimum Experience We Offer Travel Aid $500 US Housing (Near School Premises) Transportation to and from School Life and Medical Insurance
Science, Language Arts and Math Teachers Guatemala (Guatemala)
Fields of Expertise: Elementary , ESL to Children , High School , Science , Math/Physics , Details: SCIENCE Teacher Available positions: * Science Teacher * Language Arts Teacher for Elementary * Math Teacher for Middle School Requirements: • Licensed Teacher • 2 Years Minimum Experience We Offer Travel Aid $500 US Housing (Near School Premises) Transportation to and from School Life and Medical Insurance
High School Language Arts teacher Guatemala (Santa Lucia, Cotzumaguapa, Esc)
Required Degrees: At least a Bachelors Degree Fields of Expertise: ESL/EFL , English Details: We have a High School Language Arts classroom teacher position available for the 2022 school year. This begins January 5th and ends November 5th, 2022. This position entails teaching Language Arts to 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th grade students. There are other extra-curricular activities that are included in the list of responsibilities. All teachers have an equivalent load of work. We are a bilingual, experimental/laboratory school, and utilize cutting edge teaching strategies to better meet the learning needs of each of our students. We strive to nurture effective communication skills, master core academic content and engage in inquiry based lessons. Our goals are to encourage each individual student to learn the way he/she learns best. Learning experiences and educational expectations are academically, intellectually, and personally challenging for all students. Project-based learning strategies are incorporated across the grade levels. We use Socratic Seminars to engage our students and also use NEWSELA to support differentiation. We are heavily engaged in a community outreach program with a local public school. We have other local schools in which we collaborate on different levels. This experience will impact your outlook on life and will create a lasting effect on your future role in the global world. Qualifications are: * A minimum of 2 years classroom experience and proven skills in leadership, group facilitation, organization, writing, listening and communication. * Ability to work independently yet seek support if necessary. * Excellent communication skills. * A passion for student achievement, the conviction that all students can learn, and a high drive to meet the needs of every student. * Experience teaching High School English curriculum. If you feel that you would blossom in this type of environment, I encourage you to contact me as soon as possible. I am looking for teachers (facilitators) who want to really make a DIFFERENCE! Working at CAS will provide an avenue for you to use your strengths to make that difference!
Elementary Language Arts teacher Guatemala (Guatemala)
Required Degrees: Licensed teacher for K-12 Fields of Expertise: ESL/EFL , Elementary , Language Arts Details: We are looking for a certified Elementary teacher for January 2021 (training begins online in December 2020). Must be certified and native English speaker. Two years of experience in similar position. Tech savvy. We offer 12 salaries paid in US dollars, life and medical insurance, schedule Monday to Friday (some Saturdays a year), development and learning opportunities.
Required Degrees: 4-year degree Fields of Expertise: Science , Details: Panajachel Colegio Internacional (PCI) is seeking a dedicated educator who are passionate about student learning, cultural diversity, and community involvement. We are a small (70 students) non-profit school located in the Guatemalan highlands next to beautiful Lake Atitlan. The town has a population of 12,000 and the lake is surrounded by indigenous villages, each with its own character. Safety is not a concern in our area. PCI offers a unique opportunity to be part of a school that is growing and committed to academic rigor, nurturing the entire child and empowering the indigenous population. Class sizes are far below most schools, and teachers are encouraged to employ a variety of instructional and assessment strategies. PCI alumni attend universities in Guatemala, the U.S., Canada, Europe, Latin America and other countries. All core classes are taught by a team of a Guatemalan teacher and an international educational consultant, in English. Other classes are taught in Spanish. English mastery is an important aspect of learning in each core subject area. PCI provides a welcome escape from the myriad of demands and stresses currently being experienced by many teachers in the U.S. and abroad. The school is located on Lake Atitlan, one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. Teaching at our school appeals to a number of different groups: teachers who take a one-to-two-year leave of absence from their U.S. teaching jobs in order to remember why they chose teaching as a career; teachers who have retired but want to continue teaching in a far less stressful environment; young teachers starting their teaching careers who want a more cross-cultural experience and more personal coaching; teachers who want to learn Spanish by immersion in a Spanish-speaking country; teachers who want to be part of an empowering social project, and seasoned international teachers who want to work and live in a smaller, less stressful environment. Forbearance is possible for those with student loan obligations. At PCI you will find students grateful for their learning opportunities. You will not need to deal with indifferent and arrogant overindulged students and their helicopter parents. We have extensive chemistry, physics and biology lab equipment, extensive micro- controller and electronics supplies and tools. ceiling-mounted digital projectors, acomputer lab, and small classes of motivated students. You will work with a Guatemalan co-teacher. We have an excellent teaching team and an experienced director. We provide extensive professional development. And Guatemala is an excellent place to learn Spanish, if that is of interest to you. Our primary focus is empowering the indigenous population through a high-quality university- preparatory education. Fifty percent of our students pay reduced tuition. This has an impact on our operational budget, and thus salaries and benefits. Rest assured that you will be able to cover your living expenses in Panajachel with the salary we provide. A number of teachers are able to save money as well. Please apply if this sounds appealing to you. If you are ready for a truly exciting, unique experience helping to build Guatemala’s future, please send your resume, cover letter, and three references to us. BENEFITS Teachers who stay on for the following school year are paid in July and August. We will purchase a plane ticket for you to come to Guatemala, and a van ticket for your trip from the airport to Panajachel. We offer ten personal/sick days per school year. Returning teachers may carry their unused days forward into the new school year, when they will be available only as sick days. Job Description: General Purpose To plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential.
Classroom Teacher for 6th or 7th grade Guatemala (Guatemala City)
Required Degrees: U.S. Certified Upper Elementary Fields of Expertise: Elementary , Upper Elementary Details: Unique American School in Guatemala - Small Classes; US Accredited, 30 years serving motivated students. High moral and educational standards. U.S. Certified Elementary teachers only, Native English speakers with experience. Music and dance experience a plus. Provide CV with picture, university transcripts, phone number, email and recommendations - Start August 1, 2018 through May 31, 2018; No special visa requirements for U.S. citizens. Job requirements: Teach, shepherd and be a role and language model for 11 to 12 year old children. Make monthly lesson plans, maintain daily grade records, attend staff meetings, submit reports as required by the Principal and Director, meet with parents to discuss children’s strengths and needs. All other duties related to teaching. Job Benefits: Work in a positive learning-teaching environment with highly motivated children. Opportunities to serve the needy, explore a beautiful tropical country with ancient ruins and a friendly people. Experience an ancient culture. A month of vacation during December-January. School located in the city, close to shopping and transportation. Good work hours 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM Monday, Wednesday, Friday; 7:30 to 3:30 Tuesday and Thursday. Health and Life insurance.
Fields of Expertise: ESL/EFL , ESL to Children , High School , Spanish , Science , Math/Physics , Details: Looking to retire in lovely and inexpensive surroundings and still continue in the profession you love? Or are you, perhaps, a newly qualified teacher who would like to add some inter-cultural experience to your abilities and your resume? We are a small, non-profit JHS/HS in Panajachel, in the Central Highlands of Guatemala, with about 75 students. We are looking for teachers in a number of disciplines, including Spanish, ESL, Social Studies, Science and Math. Our classes are all taught in English (except, of course, Spanish.) We can’t, unfortunately, offer much in the way of salaries, although they might make a welcome addition to pension/SS. (And enough to live on here for the adaptable.) But what we do offer is enthusiastic and appreciative students, very reasonable living costs, some of the most gorgeous scenery in the world, and the opportunity to make a very valuable contribution to the education of some kids who really need it. If you think you might be interested, check our web page at Panajachel Colegio Internacional,
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