Links to online Job Searches
ESL jobs overseas, primarily in China, Korea, and other areas of Asia. Provides daily postings of international ESL/EFL listings, as well as an area to post resumes, job discussion forms, and a variety of other useful resources and ideas for ESL/EFL teachers.
University/college level positions mostly within the United States, along with some international listings. Most positions require an MA or PhD.
Online bi-monthly newsletter of ESL teaching jobs in Japan. Listings include a range of private conversation schools, public schools, and university positions. BA only required for most positions.
Listing of international teaching jobs primarily within private conversation schools, and mostly located in China or other areas of Asia. BA only required for many positions.
Job search for foreign language teaching positions within the United States, both K-12 and University level. BA positions available, though many listings require an MA or PhD.
Job search for ESL positions both within the United States and abroad. Includes mostly teaching positions, though other opportunities are also available for applicants holding a BA degree in SLS.
K-12 jobs within the Hawaii public school system.
Listing of EFL teaching jobs in Japan, mostly limited to private conversation schools. BA only required for most positions.
International listing of ESL jobs by region. Primarily teaching related positions, though other opportunities are also available. BA only required for most positions.
International listing of ESL jobs, including a drop-down list by region. Primarily teaching related positions. BA only required for most positions. Also has links for volunteering abroad or internships abroad.
International English Teaching Programs
The JET Programme is aimed as providing internationalism with local Japanese communities at the local level through teaching, working with local government offices, and more. Most participants find positions within public schools and local boards of education, acting as assistant English teachers in primary and secondary schools all over Japan. Applicants are selected each year and contracted to work for 1-year, with the ability to re-contract for up to 5 years in total.
Sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, EPIK is an opportunity to teach in Korean public schools of all levels to promote English education in Korea and cultural exchange. Applications are accepted in February and August (with limited availability also in March and September).Applicants are restricted to native speakers of English and work based on a 1-year contract.
The TaLK program provides opportunities to teach English in Korea, also sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. Unlike EPIK, TaLK has a focus on education and international development in rural areas of South Korea. Participants are selected from English-speaking countries, and applications are accepted in February and August for either six-month or 1-year contracts.
CIEE is a non-profit organization for international exchange, with opportunities for study abroad, teaching, and more. Various teaching positions are available in Chile, China, Dominican Republic, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, and Vietnam for university graduates.
Other useful SLS job-related links
TiPPS is designed to help future language educators (primarily graduate students in language departments at UH) prepare for the job market they will face upon graduation. While TiPPS is a workshop held each semester to help students prepare a professional portfolio and gain insight into effective job searching, the website has a wealth of useful downloads and other information for anyone seeking a job in a language field.