Obtain experience and professional skills working with International TEFL Academy in a position teaching English. Placement is open to worldwide participants who are fluent English speakers and available for six to 12 months. This position includes a TEFL class, lifetime free job placement assistance, and assistance in finding accommodation.
8 Jobs Abroad Programs in Nicaragua
Experience working in a unique setting in Nicaragua with Global Works. For six weeks, American participants can work as a Camp Counselor or Trip Leader alongside high school students. The program qualification includes: fluency in Spanish and French, good communication and leadership skills, and must be at least 23 years old.
Visions Service Adventure is offering worldwide participants to partake in a six to ten week program in Nicaragua. Travel and live in the city of Jinotega and engage in leading teenagers in the local community. This includes Sustainable Construction, Reforestation, and Assistance to Micro-Businesses.
Hotel Casa Pochomil is looking for two individuals to manage the establishment. The hotel offers five rooms, a restaurant, a swimming pool, a pool table, a ping pong table, and provides various services, such as surfboard rentals, surfing lessons, ATV rental, excursions, and horseback-riding. Despite being new, the hotel already has an excellent reputation on different online travel and reserva...
Be part of a dynamic team of professionals and career-driven individuals. Established in 2014, Virtual Lingos is has successfully employed passionate people and aims to create 40 full time jobs by the end of 2015. V.L. is seeking individuals who are committed to serve, work hard and have fun and more importantly, staff who have integrity. For those looking to take on an unforgettable adventu...
Global Telecom Testing (GTT) offers this unique opportunity to work abroad as a Telephone Line Tester. Looking for reliable participants who are knowledgeable on Excel Spreadsheets, this program also requires candidates to live in Nicaragua. Moreover, they must be reliable, own a computer with an internet connection, and have landline and mobile phones.