Job For EFL Teacher in Bahrain

Date posted:2015-03-16 | Writer: Direct English Bahrain | Email: [email protected]

TEFL qualified teachers, speaking English at a native level, are required for full time position in well-established language school in Bahrain (franchise of a UK institution). You should possess a Bachelor Degree and hold a recognized qualification such as CELTA/TEFL/TESOL or equivalent. Being in Bahrain is an advantage but not necessary. Visa Support, accommodation, comprehensive Health Insurance are being provided by the Employer. Tax-Free Salary EUR 1300 a month. EU passport holders are preferable. Maltese have a distinct advantage. Other nationalities are encouraged to apply.


BA or other English-related courses as Bsc Education / Communication / Arts preferred. Must possess CELTA/TEFL/TESOL or equivalent. At least 1 year’s EFL teaching or training experience is necessary. Must have the passion to teach. Must be independent, fun, proactive and with attention to details.

How to apply:

Please email your CV with recent photo and cover letter to the address given on the job heading.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.



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 focused on four past tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous and their forms and usages. This unit also covered common mistakes that students make when it comes to past tenses. It is important that teachers know what students might struggle with so that we can cater to the students to ensure that they have a proper understanding of the lesson.This unit is basically on teaching pronounciation and phonology. it highlights intonation, stress with its respective techniques, phonemic alphebet, symbols, articulation,teaching individual sounds etc. The lesson was really getting exciting from the begining however getting to the end, i got confused. Fortunately with constant reading and practise i will get to understand the concept better.