Jobs Teaching English in Greece

Date posted:2012-11-14 | Writer: Anglo-Hellenic Teacher Recruitment | Email: [email protected]

With TEFL jobs for English teachers throughout Greece, Anglo-Hellenic Teacher Recruitment is the main source for TEFL jobs in Greece. Many of our TEFL job vacancies are in Athens, the capital of Greece. Other English teaching jobs are in smaller towns in rural Greece, in traditional Greek villages or on Greek islands like Santorini. Most positions entail teaching general English to children and teenagers in small private schools, with class sizes usually limited to 12 students. Main features:Teach using course books with a strong emphasis on Cambridge exams.Small privately-run schools of English, friendly atmosphere.We welcome applications from couples and groups of friends.Apply any time of year.We have a network of teachers throughout Greece, and support you throughout your time here.QualificationsBA or BSc in any discipline;native speaker;TEFL Certificate.For many of our positions, experience is not required.700 - 1000 euros net per month, health insurance & pension contributions, free accommodation, 4 weeks' paid holiday, bonuses.Starting salary is 881 euros gross, 741 euros net per month based on 25 hours teaching per week.National Insurance contributions include medical cover and pension.Accommodation provided rent-free in a self-contained furnished flat. Contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading for more details and to apply.Tel: +30 27410 53511

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 discussed the different types of teaching groups we may encounter when teaching English as a second language. My biggest take away from this unit is to be aware of students' needs, to have clear and realistic goals, and to be adaptable in any situation. This unit also provided useful activities for one to one lessons, as well as activities to prepare when teaching Business English classes.I am a great believer in using authentic materials as a resource for teaching and learning. Authentic materials often have some great ideas that can be easily implemented in class. Self-made material, however, provide much more flexibility regarding adaptability to suit the needs and levels of the students. If possible, there should be a healthy mix of authentic materials and self-made materials.