Colleges in Saudi Arabia Seek EFL Teachers

Date posted:2015-08-23 | Writer: Hire Pro LLC | Email: [email protected]

HirePro is an international recruiting company with clients in the Middle East seeking teachers, directors and other positions. We are currently seeking female EFL teachers, who will be available to start work in December, for 13 vocational schools in Saudi Arabia.  The schools are managed by a US company so you will work for a US company. Students ages 18-24 years old.


~ BA or BSc

~ CELTA, TESOL or TEFL (in class 120 hours).   

~ 2+ years of experience

This is a SINGLE visa offer, not a family visa.

Salary and Benefits:

Below is the pay for the position, please make sure you are fine with this.

• Salary ranges from 36,000USD to 42,000USD basic annual package +

15 percent of basic salary as undefined benefits + 10 percent end of year service (paid annually) + accommodation for single females

• Health insurance

• 30 days annual vacation (tickets included)

• Air ticket from home country , return ticket upon completion of contract

• Subsidized educational development opportunities within the International

Universities network towards a part-time Master’s or Ph.D. Degree on selected online degree programs.

To Apply:

Contact Rami H, Recruiter, at the email address given on the job heading.

Hire Pro LLC

PO Box 3221


VA 22103


Tel: 17032031599


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