Most ESL employers follow the norm when posting an ESL job ad, which will include items such as salary, location, allowances, perks, working time, vacation days, and maybe, if any, company photos. Nothing out of the ordinary, right? Sure, that’s great; however, from my experience, If you want really your ESL job advertisement to stand out above the rest and have prospective ESL teachers ringing you up for more information, here is a list of all the items you should include:
I hope all is well. My name is J”oe Blow” and I am the (Title: ex. Hiring Director) at (Name of Organization). I am writing in response to your online post on (website) detailing your interest in working as an ESL Teacher in (name of country/city).
We currently have an open ESL teaching position in (city) that is looking to be filled by (date). After reviewing your profile, we think this is a great opportunity for you to consider.
I have attached a document outlining more information regarding this position, along with several photos of our organization and a link to our company website. If you are interested, please forward your photo, resume, and copies of any TEFL Certifications you have in your possession. I’d love to discuss any further inquiries you may have, as well as arrange an interview time with you at your earliest convenience.
I can also be reached on (app, messenger, Skype, etc.). Feel free to contact me at any time. Thank you for your time and have a wonderful day!