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Advice From a Teacher Recruiter - How To Get A Job Teaching English (Online or Anywhere!)

Kris Amerikos helps teachers find jobs and helps teaching businesses find teachers.

In this video we discuss:
1. Types of Jobs
2. Preferred Qualities
3. Native vs. Non-Native Teachers
4. Initial Contact
5. Resumes
6. Attachments
7. The Application Process

How I Find Ideal Candidates

My years of experience in the language teaching business market give me an advantage over recruiting agencies and headhunting firms. If you are struggling to find and hire the best teachers for your language teaching business, consider working with a professional like me.

Language Center Founder and Owner

I UNDERSTAND BUSINESS

As the owner of a language teaching business myself, I understand what types of candidates companies look for and what they should avoid.

Recruiter and Headhunter

I UNDERSTAND JOBS

Setting the tone from my first contact with candidates allows me to find the very best team members for your language teaching business.

Teacher Trainer and Professional Development Specialist

I UNDERSTAND TRAINING

Companies want teachers who will stay for multiple contract periods and will help grow their language teaching business.

Certified Teacher of English as a Foreign Language

I UNDERSTAND TEACHERS

As an experienced teacher, I can relate to issues that teacher candidates have and understand their motivation for seeking employment.

Hiring Teachers Is Easy

The three most satisfying things I get to help businesses with are decreasing the time they spend on recruiting and hiring tasks, reducing stress, and increasing revenue. I give language teaching businesses a predictable, provably effective way to find, recruit, and hire the best, most professional, most experienced, and most qualified teachers.

 
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