ETJobs, LLC is an interactive Job board aimed at helping education and training instructors find jobs in their fields of interest. It’s a niche market for sure but aside from being a hub for Educators and Trainers,
It is also a place to grow and learn about the many facets of education and training. It is a resource for teachers, trainers and recruiters looking to connect, learn and grow.
This Blog is also meant to facilitate such growth. While ETJobs will be posting articles for our clients edification we also wish to encourage others to contribute their knowledge and insight towards this endeavor.
As such, submissions from registered job seekers and employers alike are most welcome. ETJobs will edit such submissions for content, grammar and spelling and post only those articles that support our standards.
Do you trust anyone who says you can get something for free? Not likely. Especially when there is always a caveat: “If you act now, we will throw in this faux diamond ring for free” Give me a Continue reading →
Currently the Associate Director in Educational Services for Students at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, our educator of the month is Dr. Elise Geither who has been working in the field of English as a Second Language for Continue reading →
Our featured Trainer is Mr. Hank Grimes who is currently an English Language Trainer with Chenega Corporation based in Al Khobar in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Hank is a registered Candidate with ETJobs and works on a federal contract Continue reading →
Siam Technology College (STC) is located in the bustling streets of Bangkok in Thailand. A Quaint campus with over 5,000 students. Their English language based programs include International Business Management, Hospitality, a Joint program with Lamar University in the USA Continue reading →
Blue Force is a small veteran owned company based in Hampton, Virginia. While they work in the shadow of and compete with large corporations that have been around for much longer, they maintain a consistent set of values that sets Continue reading →
Facing a setback in your career happens. No one has a perfect record, and many people struggle in their careers after facing a big problem. Often, the only choice they see is to rebuild a career and work hard just Continue reading →
A commitment to continued personal and professional growth
Education and training jobs require flexibility. They also require the ability to work well with others and a commitment to continued personal and professional growth. After a degree, employers are looking for Continue reading →