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Teachers at the American Language Centers enjoy a friendly, supportive working environment that helps them to facilitate their language classes effectively. They are part of the broader family of ALC’s which employ several hundred teachers and support staff throughout the Association. Centers are largely autonomously managed by the Center Directors who bring their own management style to each center.

There are centers in the largest cities as well as smaller towns in Morocco, from more modern seaside towns to cities with UNESCO world-heritage sites. There are no two ALC facilities that are alike. The ALC teachers are comprised of many nationalities including Moroccan, American, British, Australian, and South African just to name a few.

Teachers range in age, experience and just about every other factor you can imagine. All of this results in each ALC offering a unique work environment and a unique experience at each of our centers in Morocco, while still benefiting from the strength and support of the entire network of Centers. Moreover, The Association promotes and facilitates the exchange of ideas and resources between the centers and hosts an annual Association-wide teacher conference that serves as an opportunity for professional development as well as socializing with colleagues working around the country.

Finally, the ALCs share the same pedagogical philosophy. Namely, that a highly student-centered, communicative-based approach to language instruction best facilitates our students’ learning. The Centers strive to expose students to as much authentic language in context as possible and to provide constant opportunities to express themselves in their new language. The Centers expose students to an “American style” classroom rapport encouraging full participation in topics of interest that are relevant to our students’ needs. This methodology differs greatly from what the majority of students who come to us are used to and is part of what makes the ALCs so attractive to their clientele.

Visiting and non-Moroccan teachers also benefit from their teaching experiences at the ALC’s in that they learn about Morocco, its people and culture through exposure to not just to their Moroccan colleagues but also by getting to know their students and engaging them in conversation and discussion in the classroom and extension activities.

Current Vacancies

Teaching Vacancies

El Jadida

American Language Center in El Jadida is accepting applications for the 2015-2016 academic year to serve as Full Time English Teachers. Classes range from children to adults.

Qualified Candidates:

  • Native English Speakers
  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and TEFL (or comparable) certificate.
  • At least two years teaching experience.
  • Experience teaching abroad.

Benefits include:

  • Paid Holidays
  • Relocation and housing assistance

Please send the items listed below to eljadida_dir@aca.org.ma

  • An updated Resume,
  • Copy of the degree and relevant certificates, and
  • Name and contact of three professional references

 About El Jadida: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Jadida


If you are interested in working as a Teacher of English as a Foreign Language, please submit your application directly to the center with which you are interested in working.  Please note that all foreign teachers of English who wish to work in Morocco must possess either a Bachelor's Degree in TESOL/TEFL or a Bachelor's Degree plus TESOL/TEFL Certificate.  In addition, teaching experience abroad is strongly preferred and experience in an Arabic-speaking country is preferrable.  Contact information for each center can be found here.

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