TEFL Jobs in the Caribbean

Each Island has it's own story to tell, each rich with history, tradition and beautiful landscapes. Once you've experienced one island getaway you'll want to experience all of the Caribbean. Included in this dream are endless beaches, rain forests, volcanic peaks, palm trees and an amazing multi-hued sea. We are providing you with quick country introductions for each location. Don't expect to become rich while working in the Caribbean. However, if you want to live and work where most other people spend their dream vacation - this is your place to be. We are associated with dozens of schools on the islands that offer teaching jobs to foreign professionals all year round. Login for more details

  • Antigua & Barbuda

    TEFL Jobs in Antigua and Barbuda: The nation of Antigua and Barbuda consists of two islands located in the Caribbean Sea. Christopher Columbus sighted Antigua in 1493 and gave it its original name, Santa María de la Antigua. Spanish, French, British, and Dutch colonizers avoided Antigua and Barbuda. However, in 1632 a group of British settlers sailed from the nearby island of St. Kitts and established tobacco and ginger plantations.n-Except for a brief period of French rule in 1666, Antigua and neighboring Barbuda remained under British control for over 300 years

  • Aruba

    We have noticed a steadily increasing demand for TEFL instructors in Aruba and the island is ready to welcome visitors and foreign workers alike. While the monthly pay for ESL teachers is not very high, the benefits of living in this island paradise stand out on their own. The most popular island in the Dutch Caribbean, Aruba draws droves of honeymooners and sun worshippers to its sandy shores. This small, 20-mile long island dances to salsa, dines on red snapper, gambles in glitzy casinos, and surfs and sunbathes year-round

  • Bahamas

    TEFL Jobs in the Bahamas: According to the Department of Immigration (Government of the Bahamas), non-Bahamian nationals who are desirous of working and living in The Bahamas for a period greater than 90 days, must first be authorized to do so by way of a valid work permit / visa issued by the Department of Immigration. Demand: There certainly is a steadily growing demand for English teachers in the Bahamas. New language centers and schools popped up out of nowhere in the past ten years or so, giving many foreign professionals the chance to come here and work for an extended amount of time. Futhermore there are no age restrictions and in many cases schools here even prefer Teachers with extensive teaching experience

  • Curacao

    We have noticed a steadily increasing demand for TEFL instructors in St. Lucia and the island is ready to welcome visitors and foreign workers alike. While the monthly pay for ESL teachers is not very high, the benefits of living in this island paradise stand out on their own - Curacao has 140.000 inhabitants and has become a melting pot of a great range of ethnicities. The influence of the Dutch was and is however still strongly felt in various ways, for example in historic architecture. Curacao is a small dot on the world map and counts 444 square kilometers. In 1954 the status of the island changed and Curacao became completely self governing within the Kingdom of the Netherlands

  • Dominican Republic

    TEFL Jobs in the Dominican Republic: Much more than beach resorts, this is one of the Caribbean’s most geographically diverse countries, from stunning mountain scenery to desert scrublands, not to mention an evocative colonial architecture and warm welcoming people. As in most Latin American countries the students are lively and sociable and therefore a pleasure to teach. If you are experienced, persistent and hard-working then you may be lucky to find one of the really wellpaid positions, such as those at local universities and English-only schools, which offer excellent holidays and contract packages

  • Guadeloupe

    TEFL Jobs in Guadeloupe: Guadeloupe mixes the best of France – a fully modern infrastructure and fantastic food – with a local culture that people here are proud of and want to share. Guadeloupe’s two main islands look like the wings of a butterfly and are joined together by a mangrove swamp. As in most Latin American countries the students are lively and sociable and therefore a pleasure to teach. If you are experienced, persistent and hard-working then you may be lucky to find one of the really well paid positions, which offer excellent holidays and contract packages

  • Jamaica

    TEFL Jobs in Jamaica: Despite its location almost smack in the center of the Caribbean Sea, the island of Jamaica doesn’t blend in easily with the rest of the Caribbean archipelago. To be sure, it boasts the same addictive sun rays, sugary sands and pampered resort-life as most of the other islands, but it is also set apart historically and culturally. As in most Latin American countries the students are lively and sociable and therefore a pleasure to teach. If you are experienced, persistent and hard-working then you may be lucky to find one of the really wellpaid positions, such as those at local universities and English-only schools, which offer excellent holidays and contract packages

  • Martinique

    We have noticed a steadily increasing demand for TEFL instructors in Martinique and the island is ready to welcome visitors and foreign workers alike. While the monthly pay for ESL teachers is not very high, the benefits of living in this island paradise stand out on their own - Martinique is truly "a little bit of France in the Caribbean Islands." It exudes a distinctly French feeling, in the excellence of its Caribbean cuisine, the beauty of its language. Yet Martinique has a cachet all its own, an endearing west Indian warmth in its personality, a special spice in its Caribbean music and dance, its local dishes, and its way of life. It certainly is an island with style

  • Puerto Rico

    TEFL Jobs in Puerto Rico: Welcome to Puerto Rico: endless sand, swashbuckling history lessons and wildly diverse tropical terrain. The sun-washed backyard of the USA is a place locals fittingly call the 'Island of enchantment'. Find a list of our up-to-date job listings in Puerto Rico below. Puerto Rico is a beautiful Caribbean island which is part of the US commonwealth and home to a lot of international businesses. It sees a large number of tourists who flock to the white, sandy beaches. English is an official language but less than 20% of Puerto Ricans are fluent so expect discussions about whether you are teaching EFL or ESL. The level of demand for native speakers is moderate but expect considerable competition from other experienced teachers already living in the territory. TEFL salaries are some of the best in Latin America

  • Saint Martin

    We have noticed a steadily increasing demand for TEFL instructors in St. Martin and the island is ready to welcome visitors and foreign workers alike. While the monthly pay for ESL teachers is not very high, the benefits of living in this island paradise stand out on their own - dozens of beaches and lagoons, a mountain range, luxury hotels, elegant villas, and over 300 restaurants, you'll understand why St. Martin is the most visited of all the Leewards. All the great chefs, European, American, or Asian vie to compete in this gourmet capital of the Caribbean, creating cuisines equal to the best of Paris or New York. Shopping on the island is duty free and casinos, discos and night clubs stay open till dawn

  • Saint Lucia

    We have noticed a steadily increasing demand for TEFL instructors in St. Lucia and the island is ready to welcome visitors and foreign workers alike. While the monthly pay for ESL teachers is not very high, the benefits of living in this island paradise stand out on their own - St. Lucia is the sort of island that travelers to the Caribbean dream about- a small, lush tropical gem that is still relatively unknown. One of the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, it is located midway down the Eastern Caribbean chain, between Martinique and St. Vincent, and north of Barbados. St. Lucia is only 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, with a shape that is said to resemble either a mango or an avocado (depending on your taste). The Atlantic Ocean kisses its eastern shore, while the beaches of the west coast owe their beauty to the calm Caribbean Sea

  • Turks & Caicos

    We have noticed a steadily increasing demand for TEFL instructors in the Turks and Caicos and the island is ready to welcome visitors and foreign workers alike. While the monthly pay for ESL teachers is not very high, the benefits of living in this island paradise stand out on their own - Perfect weather, friendly people and a relaxed island vibe all combine to make Providenciales a perfect place to visit and enjoy life. As you may have heard, the Turks and Caicos are regularly recognized as one of the best islands in the world. It’s a nice place to visit, and an even nicer place to live

  • Trinidad & Tobago

    TEFL Jobs in Trinidad and Tobago: Whether you are a local, an expatriate, a first-time or return visitor, you have found yourself in a unique Caribbean country, where both islands stand apart from the rest of the Caribbean chain. The islands offer endless possibilities for a local day trip, weekend getaway, leisurely beach vacation, or exhilerating eco adventure holiday. Tobago is one of the few remaining Caribbean oases not overrun by tourism, with idyllic beaches, unspoilt rainforest, and folk traditions that have stood the test of time

  • Virgin Islands

    TEFL Jobs in the Virgin Islands: More than 40 islands bob in the group, welcoming visitors with an absurd amount of beach and happy people everywhere. As in most Latin American countries the students are lively and sociable and therefore a pleasure to teach. If you are experienced, persistent and hard-working then you may be lucky to find one of the really well paid positions, which offer excellent holidays and contract packages