Teach EFL in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Date posted:2010-10-06 | Writer: ADEX English Academy | Email: [email protected]

ADEX English Academy is a small, foreign-managed school, located in Riyadh City. We offer a friendly, comfortable environment, and have the latest teaching aids, including Smart Boards that work and computers in all classrooms. We also provide all course materials.
ADEX is expanding and we need 5 new male teachers. Candidates must be native speakers from Canada, USA, or the UK, as we only have visas for these countries at this time. Teachers must have a TEFL / TESOL certificate or equivalent and minimum 2 years teaching experience.
We offer:
• competitive remuneration package from USD 3,000-3,700 (tax free)
• good students (many pay their own tuition)
• small class sizes (usually 10-15)
• positive working environment
• free medical

To apply please email all the following documents as attachments to the address given on the job heading.

• your CV in Word format (with mobile number / Skype name)
• a scan of the info page of your passport
• scanned copies of your degree and TEFL certificate.

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 taught me about the progress of courses including how to assess students before a course begins. This unit talked a lot about how to adjust courses to meet the clients needs a goals. This unit talked even more about evaluations and testing to look at progress throughout the course. I feel that I am better prepared to meet with students and create a course to fit their needs because of this unit.This unit was a great repetition of the basics. I've learnt about parts of speech a long time ago and I'm now using it really intuitively in my everyday speech. But as it is basic knowledge, it is crucial to understand this really well if you want to use English correctly. This unit was easy, but as a teacher I must use parts of speech without mistakes, so I’m glad that I could repeat this knowledge.