Regular TEFL Positions in Greece

Date posted:2014-09-30 | Writer: Anglo-Hellenic | Email: [email protected]

With twenty years' experience of the EFL profession in Greece, as teachers and school-owners, Anglo-Hellenic is uniquely placed to find you a TEFL job in Greece. We currently have two last-minute vacancies for English teachers in the Greek Islands, one in Lixouri, Kefalonia, and one in Halkida, the capital of Evia.

Most of our vacancies for English teachers in Greece are in September, but there are several opportunities to teach English in Greece beginning in January, and a few English teaching jobs come up throughout the year. We welcome applications from couples and groups of friends who want to teach English in Greece together - some of our schools employ several English teachers.

We provide a complete job description, including details of the qualifications required and remuneration offered, and we're here to support you throughout your time in Greece.

For further information, please contact us at the email address given on the job heading or phone +30 27410 53511.


13 Vasiliou St



20006 Greece


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 about teaching receptive skills, reading and listening to students. The goal is not total comprehension of each word in whichever piece is being taught, but engaging what the students do know and can reasonably learn in a lesson. The thing I appreciated most about this unit was the lesson idea breakdowns with multiple study and activate parts, which is something I struggle with.This unit explains the different types of testing and evaluations done in regarding to language learning and proficiency. It also explains the different types of syllabuses (and how to develop one) that can be used depending on the needs of the class. It was interesting to learn of the world wide organizations involved in giving some standardization to language Testing such as the ALTE website.