Employment teaching EFL in Saudi Arabia

Date posted:2004-06-14 | Writer: The Ministry of Education Teachers Colleges | Email: [email protected]

Job Opportunities
The Ministry of Education
Teachers' Colleges
The Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia announces
Teaching posts in the Male and Female Teachers' Colleges in Saudi Arabia
for the year 2005/2006
Qualifications needed:
Qualified Teachers (Males and females) should have a BA, OR, MA degree in EnglishTEFLTESL with a minimum of 2 years experience.
Required papers:
1. A copy of the first three pages of your Valid passport
2. Copies of Original degree certificates and official transcripts.
3. Copies of Original letters of experience for all previous work especially in EFL or English teaching and
4. Three photos.
5. Personal CV.
1. Rewarding Salaries.
2. Annual Housing allowance.
3. A one-time furniture allowance.
4. An annual increment of no more than 5% of the monthly salary upon renewal of the contract (not exceeding the max. limit specified in the payroll).
5. A fully paid summer vacation (60 days).
Applicants are kindly requested to send their resume:
Dr. Ahmed Al-Mofareh
E-mail: [email protected]
Dr. Talal Al-Hajailan
E-mail: [email protected]
Dr. Rabea Jan
E-mail: [email protected]
Or send copies of their papers to:
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Ministry of Education
Riyadh 11148
Deputy Ministry for Teachers' Colleges
General Directorate for Teaching Staff

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