I’m looking to add a few English teachers/pronunciation coaches to my team! If you’re a native speaker of American English, and have experience with my materials and method, please follow the instructions in the video to send me your materials!
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Hey you! I’ve got some exciting news. Rachel’s English is hiring! Are you looking for a job? This might be just the one for you!
Are you an ESL teacher who’s been using my materials in your classroom or in your 1-on-1 sessions with students? You might be the perfect addition to the Rachel’s English teaching staff. As many of you know, I started an online school about a year and a half ago. It’s going great! But one of the things my students want more and more of is personal feedback. And I’ve developed a couple of cool ways to give it to them, to support them as they study in the Academy, but I need help doing it.
The demand for personal assessment and guidance is high. So I’m looking for teachers who can help. I already have two fantastic teachers who are helping me out, including Tom Kelley who you may know from this channel, so you won’t be alone. What would you be doing? Scoring student’s accents based on a rubric that I’ve developed, and doing 1-on-1 coachings with students weekly to support, correct, and guide the students who are working within the Academy. Don’t worry, I’ll train you in all of this and I won’t put you out there until both you and I are fully confident that you’re ready.
The hours are really flexible and you’ll be working from home, so a fantastic and reliable internet connection is required. The pay is competitive. At this time, I’m only looking for native speakers as teachers. I think teachers with a native language that isn’t English can be fantastic because they have had to learn English as a foreign language themselves too – they can offer things that native teachers can’t! But for these specific projects, for now, I’m looking for native speakers of American English only.
If you’re interested in the position, please send an email to this email address with the following information as attachments: a CV or resume and a cover letter. Get personal here: tell me about your background using Rachel’s English; what you know about my materials.
And the third thing I’ll need from you is: can you guess? A video. That’s right. A lot of your interaction with students will be via video, so I’d like to see what your set up is like and the kind of quality you can get. So make a video, tell me a little bit about yourself, your availability, and what appeals to you about this job. Also anything else you think I should know.
If you have any questions, please email me. And if you’re a student out there who wants a personal assessment, who wants a grade to know where you are with your accent, exactly where you’re losing points and what you would need to do to change, make sure you’re signed up for my mailing list. Because when this army of amazing teachers is ready, you will want to know. Click this link to sign up if you’re not currently on the list.
That’s it guys, and thanks so much for using Rachel’s English.