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TEFL Jobs in Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is easily one of the favorites for teaching EFL in Eastern Europe and Prague is the most popular destination within this wonderful country. TEFL jobs in the Czech Republic are surprisingly easy to find. The pay rates, though not terribly high when compared to similar jobs in some Asia or the Middle East, still offer the means for a comfortable and enjoyable lifestyle. If you have a well-recognized TEFL certificate, you won’t have a problem finding a job in the Czech Republic.
When to Seek a TEFL Job in the Czech Republic
TEFL positions can be obtained throughout the year in the Czech Republic—especially in Prague. Language schools here prefer to see you in-person before they offer you a job. While many schools post their jobs on TEFL websites, it’s best to show up in-person with an up-to-date resume in-hand. Of course professional dress and appearance are also necessary. And nearly every employer now will also need to see that you have a TEFL certificate in order to get hired here.
TEFL Job Interview Questions to Ask
Be sure to have answers to all questions regarding rates of pay, salary and other benefits. Find out if you’ll have to travel to your lessons and if you get compensated and/or reimbursed for this time and expense. Ask about what kind of resources the school has for planning lessons and teaching materials, as well as what kind of administrative and collegial support you will have.
This will help you avoid any unpleasant surprises after agreeing to take the position. Also, be sure to get all details confirming benefits written in your contract.
Competition for jobs in Prague is fairly high. The capital city is a very popular place to live in while teaching English. That being said, there are more jobs than there are applicants, so you should be able to find something to your liking.
Once you secure a job, you can expect your initial schedule to be fairly light. Most schools will want to start you out slowly in order to ensure your skills and abilities are up to the task and that the school can rely on you in the classroom.
After you have shown you’re up to the task, you can expect the school to offer you more classroom hours. If you want to experience a more relaxed pace of life and to really dig into traditional Czech culture, you might want to take a position in a smaller town. Competition for these positions is much lower—as are the wages, but so is the cost of living.
It is not uncommon for teachers to supplement their salary by teaching private lessons. Teachers can offer private tuition by placing ads on job boards, putting notices in newspapers, on university campuses, in internet cafes and in various other places where locals are likely to gather. If you have experience in IT or the business world, you will have a great chance of landing private students and perhaps even getting your own contract with a private company.
The Czech Republic is a truly wonderful country that overflows with culture, history, and the arts, there is so much to explore. Teaching English is a great way to see a real side of the Czech Republic.
Best of luck to you and enjoy the ride!TEFL Courses in Prague
TEFL in Czech RepublicExpand
Date posted:2008-02-26 | Writer: Wattsenglish | Email: email@example.com
Wattsenglish is a UK registered limited company and is one of the leading organisations active in Central Europe concerned with young learner education.We are currently looking for qualified native English speaking teachers of young learners to teach in Pilsen, Usti nad Labem, and Liberec.We offer a competitive salary and help you with accommodation. Read more
Teach English in Czech RepublicExpand
Date posted:2008-01-23 | Writer: James Cook Languages | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a recently-qualified TEFL teacher, have a professional background (or an interest in teaching interesting and varied professionals) and want to get to know every alley and cobblestone of Prague, you need go no further than James Cook Languages. Located in the very centre of Prague (in the Stock Exchange building, minutes by foot from the Old Town Square), JCL boasts a huge number of local, domestic and international clients, generous compensation conditions, excellent resources (including a huge resource room with all relevant texts and materials, internet-connected computers, photocopiers, teaching/meeting rooms) and ever-friendly staff.Benefits include attractive salary, subsidized accommodation, help with visa process and opportunities for career development.... Read more
TEFL in Mlada Boleslav, Czech RepublicExpand
Date posted:2007-03-07 | Writer: Hampson CS Ltd. | Email: email@example.com
Hampson CS Ltd, a private language school, is currently looking for English as Second Language teachers (native speaker) for full-time contracts. Our teaching includes business clients, general English, children, teenagers. Classes have between 5-8 students. We are located in Mlada Boleslav about 50km northeast of Prague. Your teaching schedule would include one week intensive courses (once or twice a month) at our Learning Farm. These courses require students and teachers to live and Read more
Employment teaching EFL in Czech RepublicExpand
Date posted:2007-02-22 | Writer: Wangle School | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wangle School is hiring 10 native English speaking teachers to teach at elementary schools around the Czech Republic. The student ages are from 6 - 14. You will work a full-time schedule (20-25 hours per week) in a team with Czech teachers of English. Salary and other conditions depend on school directors and are different for each school. Benefits include paid vacations and health insurance. Read more
TEFL in Czech Republic - Mlada BoleslavExpand
Date posted:2006-11-22 | Writer: Hampson CS Ltd | Email: email@example.com
Hampson CS Ltd, a private language school, is currently looking for English as Second Language teachers (native speakers) from 4th January 2007 for full-time contracts. Our students include business clients, children, and teenagers. Classes have between 5-8 students. We are located in Mlada Boleslav about 50km northeast of Prague. Benefits include a flat located 2 minutes, on foot, from the school for which we will pay the rent. Read more
Employment teaching English in Czech RepublicExpand
Date posted:2006-07-18 | Writer: Leona Svihlikova - ETC | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are offering a fulltime job starting in September with free accomodation, health and social insurance included. We would prefer a EU citizen, who is energetic and responsible. Our school is situated in a beautiful city a hundred kilometers from the capital, Prague. Read more
TEFL in Brno, Czech RepublicExpand
Date posted:2006-06-07 | Writer: Brno English Centre | Email: email@example.com
We are looking for full-time EFL teachers to start work in September 2006. The job involves teaching adult students with a range of levels, although mainly intermediate and above. We require candidates to be native speakers of English. We offer an excellent remuneration package and will find accommodation for successful candidates.
TEFL in Czech Republic (Mlada Boleslav)Expand
Date posted:2006-05-29 | Writer: Hampson CS Ltd. | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hampson CS Ltd, a private language school, is currently looking for native speaking English as Second Language teachers from August 2006 for full-time contracts. Our teaching includes business clients, general English, children, teenagers. Classes have between 5-8 students. We are located in Mlada Boleslav about 50km northeast of Prague. Read more
TEFL in Prague, Czech Republic.Expand
Date posted:2006-02-16 | Writer: The Bell School | Email: email@example.com
The Bell school is looking for qualified English Teachers for their school in Prague. Bell teaches a range of classes, both at the school and off-site, ranging from very young children, through to adults. The maximum class size is 12 students, but in-company classes are usually smaller, with a lot of one-to-one teaching. Benefits include a lot of one-to-one support for new teachers and regular free Czech classes. Read more
TEFL in Czech Republic - PragueExpand
Date posted:2006-02-10 | Writer: KRY TOF | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
KRY TOF is a private language preschool in Prague attended mainly by Czech children who learn English directly from English native speakers. KRY TOF has existed since 1998. We are looking for preschool teachers for a 1 year contract. Benefits include accommodation and assistance obtaining work permit. Read more