Opportunities For TEFL Qualified Teachers in Tunisia

Date posted:2017-06-07 | Writer: AMIDEAST Tunisia | Email: [email protected]

AMIDEAST Tunisia seeks native or near-native university graduates with TEFL certification and experience who can commit for at least 9 months in either of its centers in Tunis or Sousse.      

AMIDEAST will provide:

- Hotel accommodation upon arrival for up to 15 days

- Assistance in finding housing

- Work permit and help with other legal paperwork

- Free Arabic language instruction

- Professional Development opportunities

- Opportunities for other educational or professional experiences within AMIDEAST


Native / near-native English speaker

University degree

TEFL /TESOL certification course of 100 - 120 hrs w/teaching practicum

1 - 2 yrs minimum experience preferred


Hourly rate based on degrees, certification and experience ranging from 20,280 Tunisian dinars/hr (BA + certification + 1 yr experience) to 23,400 Tunisian dinars/hr (MA + certification + 5 yrs experience)

TO APPLY:Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading. Call Tunis: 71 145 700, Sousse: 71 145 770,  or visit our Facebook page, (AMIDEAST Tunisia)

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit felt similar to Unit 2, and expanded on those concepts somewhat but pared down the focus to specifically teaching language. I learned a lot more about the Engage Study Activate structure and how each component could be used in teaching English. I also learned what makes vocabulary important in terms of what to teach, as well as the same concept but with grammatical structures.The main focus of Unit 6 was the usage of the past tenses, and how it works. I learned that the system and structure of the past tenses are not too different from what was leaned in unit 4, the present tenses. I also learned that some rules which would be applied to all tenses; all continuous forms feature some for of the verb ‘to be’ plus the ‘ing’ form of the verb.