University in Saudi Arabia Seeks TEFL Qualified Teachers

Date posted:2018-01-03 | Writer: ICEAT | Email: [email protected]

ICEAT is looking for the reliable candidates to sign up as ESL teachers in Princess Norah University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This post is open to native and non-native English speakers. For non native speakers an ILETS score of at least 7.5 is required.


Ability to teach Adults non-native English learners.

Organize and deliver lectures to students.

Prepare classroom and coursework materials, homework assignments, and handouts.

Develop English lesson plans in line with the prescribed Curriculum.

Other Duties: As needed by the employer and accepted by the candidate.


ESL teaching experience not less than two Years.

Bachelor’s Degree in in Linguistics / or any subject from an accredited university.

CELTA, TESOL or equivalent ESL teaching certification.

For Non Native ILETS 7.5 required

Online qualifications are not accepted.


Attractive salary package, with a number of benefits.


Please email the following documents to the email address given on the job heading:  

1. Updated CV.

2. Degree.

3. TESOL qualification certificate.

4. Passport copy.

5. Reference letters.

6. Degree transcripts.

7. Current contact number.

8. 3 minutes video /audio explaining yourself and your experience.

9. Any other Certificates you possess.

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 introduced me to methods of teaching vocabulary, grammar, and functions, as well as to those categories. There are different ways to best communicate new vocabulary versus new grammar versus new functions. Knowing this has made me realize I should consider which category I am needing to communicate, and tailor lesson plans specifically to that category of language knowledge.In this first section, I received an introduction to this course and its purpose. This section provided a breakdown of the forthcoming units and its various parts. I also learned about the acronyms that can prove useful in this course and in the future. I also learned that \"young learners\" could be defined differently but will be defined a certain way for the purpose of this course.