TEFL Job in Poland

Date posted:2013-08-21 | Writer: English House | Email: [email protected]

We are a small school in Bialogard with approximately 300 students, only 22 kilometres from the Baltic Coast. We are looking for one TEFL qualified teacher to join our growing staff. This will be our third year in operation with student numbers rising each year. Most of our teaching is done in the evenings Monday to Friday, usually one to one and private lessons. We also participate in a social program with our students, which includes bowling and paint balling.


The successful candidate will have a TEFL qualification and at least one year’s experience. We are looking for a teacher who loves what they do and can motivate their students in a friendly, fun class environment.


The position offers a full time starting salary of 2500pln per month, with reduced hours enabling teachers to boost their salary with private classes or simply enjoy their free time. Our teachers receive paid Christmas and Easter holidays as well as 2 weeks mid-winter holiday. The successful candidate will receive a fully furnished apartment, a school mobile phone, free wi-fi at home and school, return flights at the start and end of contract. The position runs from October to mid-June.

To apply:

Contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading with your resume and a recent photo.

English House

Ul.Lindego 21a

Bialogard, 78-200 - Poland

Tel: +48 797291492

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.


There are four basic skills in any language; receptive skills-reading and listening, and productive skills- speaking and writing. All are equally important and wherever possible we should try to incorporate all of them into our lessons if we want to have a balanced approach. Often we will want to focus more on one particular skill but still bring others in to create an 'integrated' skills lesson.The teacher should be able to encourage the students to participate in the class. With a discouraging attitude, the teacher in the first video might sound dull even to the viewers. In the second video, all the phases were clear; that is, the teacher was able to engage all the participants to the class. To illustrate, using flashcards was a perfect choice to make the students learn the vocabulary.