Seeking New and Experienced EFL Teachers to Work in Greece

Date posted:2017-10-02 | Writer: UNI-Prep | Email: [email protected]

UNI-Prep are assisting to recruit for schools around Greece in various cities and on the Greek islands. Option to teach adults or kids, with approximately 25-35 hours of work weekly. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience(1200-1400 Euros monthly).


* Be a fluent speaker of English. Both Native and Non-Native Speakers are welcome to apply.

* Be dynamic and have the ability to inspire

* Be well informed and sensitive to cultural issues

* Be interested in your students and care about their progress

* Make every lesson a worthwhile learning experience for your students

* Engage in on-going professional development.

* Participate and contribute to a harmonious work environment that encourages cooperation and team work.


- TESOL / TEFL Certification

- Teaching Experience (preferred but not required)

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading with your CV/resume and a recent photo. Selected candidates will be contacted via Skype to further discuss the position and set up interviews. Please do not contact us with questions about this position. Only candidates who have been selected to move forward will be contacted and you may ask any questions at that point. We do not have additional information beyond what is provided in this job posting. If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks, you can assume that you were not chosen for a position.

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.


I have a clearer picture on how to deal with students from different backgrounds and personalities. It is our responsibility to encourage and unleash their potential even with limited sources. Apart from the teaching materials, teacher's attitude and behavior are also essential. The ability of a teacher's classroom management skill will directly affect the learning outcome of students.This lesson discussed the importance of reading and listening skills. One suggestion in the lesson was to make sure when teaching to discuss any potentially complicated or unknown words from the lesson before having the students read. This helps the students understand the material better and helps them feel more encouraged to ask questions about anything they may still not understand.