The influence of emotional intelligence and job satisfaction to teacher efficiency is of importance when it comes to the development of the teacher as well as the welfare of students. The purpose of this study was to investigate the predictive influence off emotional intelligence and job satisfaction to teacher efficiency among the 100 full-time faculty of three prestigious universities and colleges in Davao City. Descriptive-correlation research design was utilized in the study. Bar-On emotional intelligence, Spector’s job satisfaction, and Teacher self-efficiency questionnaires were used to evaluate the teachers. Mean, standard deviation, and Pearson correlation coefficient were the statistical tools used. Results of the study showed that the teachers’ level of emotional intelligence was high. It implies that emotional intelligence manifest among the respondents. Moreover, the teachers’ level of job satisfaction was low. It implies that teachers were not satisfied with their jobs. On the other hand, the level of teachers’ efficiency was high. It indicates that teachers were efficient in doing their jobs. However, emotional intelligence and job satisfaction, emotional intelligence and teacher efficiency and job satisfaction and teacher efficiency posted non-significant relationships. Moreover, results of the predictive influence of emotional intelligence and job satisfaction to teacher efficiency showed no significant relationship.