English-speaking Jobs in Argentina
Teaching jobs in Rosario, Argentina
Since I have been living in Argentina, a lot of people have asked me about English-speaking jobs in Argentina. Obviously, I always recommend them to create their own job opportunity rather than finding a traditional job in a specific location. But for many travellers, this is also the opportunity to live with locals for a little while and meet new people while working.
If you are interested in living and working in Argentina, you may find that teaching is a good option. Whether you are based in Buenos Aires or any other cities around the country such as Rosario, Cordoba, Salta or Mendoza, it should not be too difficult to find a school to teach your native language.
Bear in mind that teaching at a school or institute doesn’t pay much in Argentina but if you are looking for a temporary solution (say 3 to 6 months or more), it could be a good option especially in Rosario.
Before applying for these jobs, you will need a CV/ resume in English (also in Spanish if you do speak Spanish) and a short covering letter, explaining why you want to teach English (or any other language for that matter) and talk a little bit about your experience. Then contact them via email and see if any of them are looking for staff. Even if you do not have experience in teaching, they may be interested in employing you to give conversation classes or industry-specific language classes such as business, tourism or medicine, etc…depending on your background of course.
If you are already in Rosario, why not study for your TEFL certification with Spanish in Rosario. Become a certified English as a foreign language teacher, learn Spanish and find work in Argentina.
To help you in your search, I have compiled a quick list of the some of the English language schools in Rosario, Argentina.
Some of these are for adults and others for children.
Asociación Rosarina de Intercambio Cultural Argentino Americano.
English Language Institute
Toolset – English for Babies and Toddlers
Kids and Fun English Corner
Best of luck in your search!
PS: Do a little bit of research on each one of them and then get in touch with them directly to see if they are looking for staff. Be creative in your approach, they may not need someone to teach but they may need help with admin or sales, you never know.
PPS: I cannot make any recommendations as I don’t know all of them personally and I don’t know their recruitment process.