Employment teaching English in Saudi Arabia (2)

Date posted:2005-01-25 | Writer: IH-Dhahran | Email: [email protected]

IH Saudi Arabia is now recruiting EFL highly motivated professionals to work on a new prestigious project in Saudi Arabia on 1 to 2 year renewable contracts.

This ELT project, for a major Saudi industrial client, will be managed by IH Dhahran.

EFL Teachers who fulfill the following recruitment criteria are invited to apply:
-Male, 30+ native speaker, UK, South Africa, USA, Canada preferred
-Minimum of 5 years teaching experience
-DELTA preferred or CELTA with exceptional experience or MA / TEFL TESOL, Applied Linguistics, again with strong practical experience.
-ESP teaching experience industrial or technical highly desirable
-Experienced in curriculum design and materials development
-Willingness to work in a team
-Absolute professionalism and project reliability
-Checkable work references + first degree

To apply, please send your CV to:
IH-Dhahran, PO Box 38838, Doha Area, 31942 Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Fax: +00 966 3 891 8331
or send your CV via Email: [email protected]

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 was actually incredibly helpful to me, I read through this unit before going to the gym and all the way through my workout I was thinking about these different elements in speech. I found myself coming up with sentences and trying to place all the words into different categories. As a native speaker who has been worried about facing grammar I find myself feeling a lot more confident that I was a few hours ago. Great unit!This unit was an overview of the present tenses in all their complicated English forms. We reviewed present simple (ex: I go to work), present continuous (ex: I am going to work now), present perfect (ex: I have been to work), and present perfect continuous (I have been going to work). There was also a light review of contractions since they tend to be used quite frequently for present perfect. Overall a simple, helpful unit.