Job For TEFL Qualified Teacher in Australia

Date posted:2015-03-17 | Writer: The Sydney English Academy | Email: [email protected]

The Sydney English Academy at Manly Beach, Sydney is looking for a fulltime ELICOS teacher to start on 06/04/2015. The ideal candidate will have a TEFL/TESOL/CELTA or equivalent plus degree plus at least  one year’s experience. A part time, two day per week position (Thursday & Friday) may also be available in the coming weeks. We are an independently owned and operated school just 50 metres from Manly Beach. It has an outstanding reputation and can offer a very friendly and professional working environment. We have small classes maximum 15 per class and average 12.  


Degree required

TEFL/ TESOL/CELTA or equivalent

Teaching experience:  at least 1 year’s preferred

Native speaker preferred

Applicants need to have Australian residency or work rights or a Working Holiday visa.

Applicants with an interest in sports and activities also sought.

Salary and Benefits:

Dependent on qualifications and experience and based on the national award.

To apply:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Sydney English Academy

Suite 19, 74 - 78 The Corso,,

Manly, Sydney

NSW  2095


Tel: +61 2 99766988

Contact person:  Mick Edwards, Principal


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.


I this unite Future Tense still was hard for me not being that familiar with the how each one work from future simple to future continuous and then you have future perfect for me it was hard to figure out which form to use and then the usages but like the other units as long as I take my time and read it slower and pay more attention to the form and the way its laid out I understand it betterI learned about the similarities between future, past, and present tenses. Has a simple, perfect, or continuous structure. This makes it easier to understand and teach to students. I also learned that present simple and present continuous are forms of future tenses. The rarest form is future perfect continuous. The teaching ideas also give me an idea of what I should add into my lesson plans.