TEFL Vacancy in Poland

Date posted:2010-05-10 | Writer: Filolog Language School | Email: [email protected]

We’re a private language school located in a picturesque small town in the south-east Poland near Rzeszow (about 30 km – ½ hour by car), not far from Cracow and Zakopane in the Tatra Mountains, close to the Bieszczady Mountains.

We're looking for a qualified TEFL teacher to teach primary, secondary school students and adults in small groups of 5-8. More than 100 students enroll each year. We offer a one-year contract, September to June 2010, renewable if you wish.
There are about 20 45-minute classes to teach Monday – Friday, mainly in the afternoons.. We pay the equivalent of $9 per lesson. There’s always a possibility of earning good extra money – we’ll help you arrange.

Accommodation is free. It’s a room with kitchen annex plus private bathroom with shower. You can use and move around whole building when there are no classes, especially at weekends. There’s free access to the Internet – fast connection. We pay the electricity, heating and Internet bills. The accommodation is in our private, newly renovated school building in the town centre. This summer we’re planning to renovate the building’s stylish basement (old brick cellar) and adapt it for a club where we’ll be able to organize small cultural/language and music events.

The surroundings are beautiful here. If you like being active, there are quite many opportunities – big indoor swimming-pool with different water attractions, sauna, artificial ice-rink, a few ski slopes with ski-lifts. You can go cycling, hiking and admire beautiful views. Rzeszow – the nearby city offers a lot of entertainment and shopping opportunities.

If you’re interested in our offer, contact us at the e-mail address on the job heading and we’ll send more information.

With kind regards
Barbara Lesniak
Filolog Language School Director

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.


I’m going to be honest and say that I found this lesson to be very useless. Mostly everything is self-explanatory and a lot of it is completely outdated. I’m not sure why I need to learn and be tested on how to use a cassette player in the classroom in 2017. Same goes for a video recorder or CD player. Pretty much everything nowadays can be done on our phones so this lesson really needs updating.The study of active and passive voice became quiet easy to understand once I really focused. The difference became quiet clear that the in active voice, the focus is on the agent (the doer), and in the passive voice, the agent (the doer) is much less important. The phrasal verbs were actually more difficult for me to understand. I am hoping I understood them clearly, the marks in this test will clarify it.