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Saturday, September 29, 2012

IN NEED OF ONLINE ENGLISH TEACHER (HOMEBASED)

From Ontue.com



IN NEED OF ONLINE ENGLISH TEACHER (HOMEBASED)

Requirements:
* With at least 6 months experience in teaching ESL online
* Has excellent written and oral communication English skills
* A Neutral or American accent is an advantage
* Has passion for teaching English
* Must be computer literate and skillful in multi-tasking
* Familiar with Skype and computer and Internet applications
* Must be punctual, friendly, cheerful, and patient
* Can work well with others and strictly follow company policies.

WORK SCHEDULE:
Anytime from 2:00 PM TO 12:00 MN 

SALARY: 
$1.65/25-minute class
$3.30/50-minute class
$4.40/50-minute group class
*additional $10/month = minimum of 4 working hours a day

Other Requirements:
- A very reliable desktop or laptop with at least 80 GB Hard Disk and 1GB Memory , a working headset (with a noise canceling function), and a webcam
- A high speed (at least 1MBPS) and reliable wired Internet connection, No WIFI
- A very quiet environment is a MUST


HOW TO APPLY:
Please submit the following at eztalk.hr@gmail.com
- resume with recent close up picture
- 1 minute self – introduction video
Write APPLICATION (your Skype ID) as the subject

13 comments:

  1. i have a question teacher, Do you think working from home can really make one earn a living? I am working full time during the day and teach at home after office. I am getting tired of going to the office every morning, trying to beat the morning rush but still end up getting to work late. I discovered recently that I have a passion for teaching. I am currently working for an online English company based in UK. (from what i know).I am teaching around 5 students in total on a per schedule basis. Once all of their sessions is finished, the re-enroll and chose me as their teacher. They all like me. My teaching time at night is kind of limited because I need to sleep early for tomorrow's work. I am contemplating whether to teach at home full time or not. Will you help me be enlighten on this one? thanks :)

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  2. Hi Teacher Clai. You CAN make a living working online. However, I do not recommend you do online teaching exclusively. Don't put all your eggs in one basket.

    2009 when I started to teach online. I did well by June and July however same time 2010 I had lost most of my students. Students come and go: some become too busy to continue studying, some find better teachers, others find cheaper teachers (but not necessarily better ones). That taught me (the hard way), to diversify and try other online jobs as well. Right now I provide technical/customer support for a few small businesses in different parts of the world.

    If you want to earn a living from working online, find other sources of income. Teaching English online pays well but I doubt it if you can teach 8 hours straight since students are available to study during certain hours only.

    During the hours that you don't have any students, you can write articles or do transcription jobs or do data entry work.

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Good luck on your endeavor!

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    1. I second the motion.You will regret if you will choose a homebased job over your full time job.Homebased teaching has lean season so don't rely on it alone.

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    2. I second the motion.A regular 9-5 or 8-6 job can not beat a homebased on line english teaching job.Don't rely on it alone.

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    3. THANKS for your comments Jen.

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  3. Hello Teacher!

    I am an ESL Teacher in a company in Korea. My contract will be ending on April 10, 2013 yet I discovered I love to teach! I am not a graduate of any bachelor course but I studied BS in Business Administration for 3 and a half years. I wanted to ask if you're still hiring.

    Anyways, I plan to pursue my studies on June but I'm going to take up Education major in English. I know now that it's where my heart is. But in order to do so, I need to support myself that is why I need to find a job - preferrably an ESL job.

    I hope to hear from you soon! God bless.

    Sincerely,
    Danielle Kaye Flores

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  4. Hello Danielle. Thank you for dropping by my blog. You should try Ontue.com, that's where I started.
    You could also try going through my posts here. Some of them are still looking for online teachers. Just keep applying, it won't hurt at all. Who knows, you might get lucky.

    Good luck!

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  5. Hello. How do teachers get paid at ONtue? Can a teacher choose her available time and days? thanks ^^

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    1. Hi Jona. If you teach through Ontue, you can choose your days and length of classes.
      Good luck!

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  6. Hello teacher, this is may I am an esl teacher too, I wanted to try this homebased teaching since I heard a lot about this from my friends and since I consider this as my part time job, can you enlighten me with this?

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    1. Hi Shaira. You need a computer and a stable Internet connection to be able to teach online. Some companies require you to have a web cam. Just apply to these postings and ask them for more information.
      Good luck.

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  7. Hi teacher, I am an online teacher too, but I want to try this homebased teaching since I heard a lot about this from my friends, since this is just a part time job for me, can you enlighten me with this?

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