EFL Teaching Positions in Poland

Date posted:2018-05-15 | Writer: Tower School of English | Email: [email protected]

Tower School of English is looking for 4 native level speaker EFL teachers to join our team for the 2018/19 school year (September-June). Our school has been operating since 2002 and we have schools in three locations in southern Poland – Zory, Jastrzebie-Zdroj and Katowice.

Why choose us as the next destination on your ESL teaching adventure?

-We are situated in the South-West Poland close to the Czech border

-Katowice is an excellent transportation hub with buses, trains and flights to almost all European counties

-Many well-known cities and natural landmarks are only a short distance away

-Friendly staff/students

-Professional and relaxed working environment

We offer a full-time contract including both medical and social security insurance and accommodation (shared).


- 1 year ESL teaching experience or a teaching certificate such as TESOL/TEFL

- Manual (stick-shift) driving license, valid for driving in a foreign country (preferred)

- Ability to adapt to living in a different country, culture and language for 10 months or more

- Open and friendly personality


If interested, please send your application to the email address given on the job heading. Successful applicants will be contacted by one of our current native speaker tutors who can answer your questions from his/her perspective.

Looking forward to meeting you.       

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