Job Teaching English in Greece

Date posted:2018-07-16 | Writer: Papaeliou Schools of Foreign Languages | Email: [email protected]

Papaeliou Schools of Foreign Languages has three different school locations for the benefit of students who live in the greater area of Piraeus on the outskirts of Athens. We have two schools in Piraeus (Karaiskou and Venizelou) and one in Nikaia. We have occasional opportunities for TEFL trained teachers who either live in the area or plan to move here.

Founded during the period of foreign language expansion in the early 1950s, Papaeliou is widely known for the quality of its courses and its students' excellence. It is a school dedicated to teaching English and French, and its outstanding reputation is founded on the quality of its teachers, as well as the excellent results of its students in various exams. As such we expect high standards from any job applicants.


If you require more information, you can contact us via email at the address given on the job heading. Teachers who are interested in joining our school should send their covering letter, resumé  and any letters of recommendation to Ino Panayotou, Director of Studies, at the same address.

Papaeliou Schools of Foreign Languages

111 Karaiskou Street,

18532 Piraeus,


Tel: (+30) 210 417 3892

Fax: (+30) 210 412 1520

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 looked to provide a framework around how the appropriate use the present tense. I found the use of adding in formulas on how to structure sentences very helpful to understand the use of the particular present tense. The use of formulas is succinct way to communicate to the student how to breakdown each sentence and ensure they get the word order and the conjugation correct.I've learned through this specific unit or lesson, that productive skills such as speaking and writing are just as important as receptive skills such as listening and reading. The unit's information on accuracy and fluency skills and how to develop and improve them were very interesting. It is very interesting that one must have all these skills in order to be fluent in the language.