Teach for Oxbridge

If you are an educated native speaker of English language you wish to teach, have excellent verbal skills, and are dedicated to helping our clients overcome their communication barriers, then we are looking for you. Our instructors enjoy flexible hours and schedules, extensive training, competitive pay, and excellent opportunities for advancement, promotion, and bonuses. But best of all, Oxbridge language instructors enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that they are part of a team using their talents to help others overcome their communication barriers--in English language.

We have immediate opportunities for communication,instructors, as well as for those teaching english related courses, to teach in one or more of our Orissa, Maharashtra, Bihar, Jharkhand language centers.

Important Notice to Applicants: To apply for a teaching position with Oxbridge, you must submit your resume and cover letter to our Department of Programs and Professional Development, at info@oxbridge.in. Resumes sent directly to any of our language centers will also be considered.

How do I begin teaching?

To get started on the path to teaching for Oxbridge, please be sure that you meet the qualifications for our language instructor positions. All Oxbridge language instructors must (1) be native speakers of the language they wish to teach (completely native accent and pronunciation are required for approval to teach), (2) hold a bachelor's degree (in any field), or be nearing completion of a bachelor's degree program.

If you meet these qualifications and wish to embark on an exciting new journey as part of the Oxbridge team in any of our centers, then please e-mail your resume with a cover letter, including the course you wish to teach and the location(s) where you would like to work, to our Department of Programs and Professional Development, at info@oxbridge.in (please do not send your resume directly to any of our centers, as all new instructor recruitment is processed centrally through our Head Office).

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