TEFL Job in Azerbaijan

Date posted:2014-08-20 | Writer: Language Services Direct | Email: [email protected]

Language Services Direct is a language training organisation which provides training to the corporate sector and general public in Baku, Azerbaijan. We are currently seeking applications from native and non-native speaking EFL teachers. All teachers must have teaching qualifications and experience. Two teachers are required from September 2014 on a one year contact to join a large, successful school. This is an opportunity to develop your skills teaching General, Business and Technical English and exam preparation classes to adults.

Azerbaijan is a fascinating country at the crossroads of Europe and Asia undergoing tremendous change and development. The Caucasus mountains offer some of the most amazing mountain scenery in the world.


Degree (Essential)

TEFL/ TESOL/CELTA or equivalent (Essential)

Experience of IELTS preparation (desirable)


US$2280 rising to US$2390 after 4 months and US$2,500 after 8 months

15 days paid holiday plus 17 days public holiday per year

Flights, visas and work permit provided 

Accommodation is not included but we provide help in finding suitable apartments 

To apply:

Please send your CV to the email address given on the job heading.

33, 28 May Street 2nd Floor

Pyramid Plaza


AZ 1001 

Telephone:         +994 12 4905031

Contact person: Paul Thorley, Director


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 was a good revise for the tenses, with good explanations and helpful examples like he \"typical student mistakes\". Personally, I think I understand the different use of theTenses, specially when I read the sheet but it is a bit difficult to use them right in a \"real time\" conversation. For this reason the only thing to do is practice, watching movies in englisch and reading books.This unit provided an introduction to the different methods and techniques that are commonly used when teaching English to foreign learners. It also provided a basic framework for creating a lesson plan, as well as information about what kinds of activities each portion of the lesson should entail. I found this to be particularly helpful because it gives me a starting point for lesson planning.