New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
ESL Employer has announced its new discussion forum for current and prospective English teachers. The new forum will be a way for teachers to share their perspectives in the English teaching job industry. As many teachers face many challenges moving abroad, it is important for them to get the perspective of other teachers who have lived through these experiences.
The site administrator, Robert Wages, has recently released a new feature that aims to boost the functionality of the site. They have added a gorgeous forum platform that works at three levels: Country discussion, Teaching discussion and Professional discussion. Mr. Wages assures that adding such a type of social platform will facilitate the discussion among members and allow better communication which, in turn, will improve the overall performance of the site.
He said that "ESL Employer consistently strives to help those who search for teaching English jobs and those who look for employers communicate smoothly so that they can quickly understand the needs of each other. In brief, our goal is to create a platform that works best for employers and individuals."
Additionally, for finding ESL jobs in Saudi Arabia, the company proudly announces that there is no fee for registration involved and the registration and resume posting is completely free.
By deeply exploring the website we found that any English teaching job seeker would receive daily/weekly emails with jobs from the system matching his/her resume and his/her ESL lesson plans; firstly, they have to post their resume into the system to be able to use this service, and then subscribe to the "Jobmail" service, and the system will send them weekly or daily emails with the new jobs posted which are matching their skills. On the other side, any employer would receive daily/weekly emails with resumes from the system matching the job, too; all that he should do is to subscribe to the "ResumeMail" service.