TEACHING VACANCIES FOR CERTIFIED TEACHERS
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THE HOST SCHOOL
How are they like?
They are mid-class private schools that teach between 10 and 14 hours weekly of English as a Foreign or as a Second Language. Being the learning of English a priority, this guarantees they will highly appreciate and understand why having a native speaker of English can be so valuable for both; Peruvian Teachers and their pupils.
In addition, their qualified and trained teachers ensure that they will use the English teaching assistant as a live resource of knowledge.
Will I receive orientation in the school?
Yes, a coordinator is assigned at the host school. Should you need additional help, interns are welcome to contact VolunTeach Peru,
What are the teaching ages and levels in Peru?
Early Years (4 to 6 years old), Lower (6 to 10 years old) and Upper School (11 to 16 years old).
What is the level of English of students?
Our partner schools are private. They teach at least 8 hours of English a week. The pupils’ English vary from level to level.
Is accommodation provided?
No. However, VolunTeach Peru will provide you advice on this. We can help you find an appropriate accommodation for your stay in Peru.
What type of visa do I need?
School will arrange the Temporary Working Visa for you. Candidates arriving in 2019 will need to obtain it in their home-country prior to their arrival in Peru.
What are the requirements for the Temporary Working Visa?
The apostilled copy of your Degree or Teaching Qualification, passport copy within other documentation. Process may take between 2 -3 months.
Do I need teaching experience?
Ideally yes. Although we are opened to receive applications from candidates with no teaching background; it is an advantage.
Will I get paid?
Yes, teaching assistants receive a monthly salary which will help you cover your accommodation and board whilst in Peru.