Part Time and Full Time EFL Jobs in Czech Republic

Date posted:2015-03-25 | Writer: Glossa - School of Languages | Email: [email protected]

Glossa  School of Languages  are looking for TEFL qualified, skilled and talented teachers of English to work in Prague. Come and become a part of well known and respected school which cares about their teachers! We are a language school that is interested in their teachers, looks after their future education and wants to be in contact with them. We are particularly looking for highly motivated professionals able to teach business and general English – full time/part time, starting ASAP.

We offer:

- an attractive, interesting and meaningful job

- cooperation with a known and respected language school

- friendly atmosphere and welcoming approach

- methodical support and systematic education

- good location in the centre of Prague, with teachers’ room, library, internet etc.

- interesting colleagues from all corners of the world

- bonuses for teachers: free Czech courses etc.

- pay raises based on merit and/or seniority

We require:

- very good knowledge of the language

- reliability and flexibility

- good communication and organization

- basic knowledge of PC work

Preferred applicants have:

- university education, mainly pedagogical direction

- teachers training (TEFL, TESOL, CELTA etc.)

- some teaching experience

To Apply:

We recruit teachers throughout the whole year. If you like what we can offer, please contact us via email at the address given on the job heading for details of our application procedure.       

Glossa - School of Languages

Jindřišská 11

Praha 1


Czech Republic

Tel.: 224 219 484,

        224 213 303


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.


The focus on this lesson was writing and speaking. Using different methods to elicit more English speaking and writing from students. Checking accuracy as well as fluency through the use of activities. Showing ways to get discussions going as well as games in the class for learning. Accuracy activities along side fluency activities. I learned how to put these methods into use from the lesson.In this lesson I learned about course development, how a teacher should conduct himself from the first meetings to the final course evaluation. Furthermore I learned how to plan a lesson accordingly to the client's needs. How to properly evaluate them what syllabus (and the difference between each method) to employ to best suit the students needs. How to test, grade and motivate the students.