Immediate Openings For EFL Teachers in Saudi Arabia

Date posted:2010-08-11 | Writer: English Times Center | Email: [email protected]

We have a number of open positions for TEFL qualified instructors (men and women) in Riyadh, beginning in mid-to-late September, 2010, and extending for the entire academic year. The positions are in Preparatory Year programs at major universities in Saudi Arabia. The new appointments will complement a strong cadre of returning, experienced ESL staff, all under a new company organization and direction. Teaching hours, salaries, and other benefits are highly competitive.

Preferred Qualifications and Experience

• Native speaker of English
• BA/MA in relevant field (English, education, linguistics, TESOL, etc.); degrees in other areas will be considered with appropriate certification/experience
• TEFL or other ESL certification or degree
• Teaching experience (1 year, ESL)

Salary and Benefits

• Competitive, tax-free monthly salary depending on experience and qualifications
• Full accommodation and transportation package
• 30 days paid annual leave
• Round trip ticket between KSA and country of origin
• Medical insurance
• Visa support
• Additional professional benefits in development

Interested candidates should send a CV and a copy of diploma, certifications, and passport -- or make inquiries -- to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

William Frawely

English Times Center for Training (Jeddah) – Education Experts (Riyadh)

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 explains the foundation of teaching pronunciation & phonology. One of the biggest challenge when I teach English to my students is having them pronounce words correctly. Most of my students are not familiar with blends or how to sound out the word correctly, which leads them to frustration or guessing the words. Fluency is a big aspect in modeling pronunciation and this unit covers that area.I’ve found good tips how to guide students in order to create their writing and spoken abilities or skills. I enjoyed the information about fluency and accuracy based activities, it was really-really useful! I would like also mention that I support the idea of fluency based activities, when teacher let students do their mistakes in order to encourage their spoken abilities and not to intimidate them.