Vacancies for EFL Teachers in Poland

Date posted:2013-07-04 | Writer: Profi-Lingua Language School | Email: [email protected]

We are among the top language schools in Poland and currently have opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. We have over 22 years of experience, a wide chain of local branches and strong market position. We are a TELC, LCCI and ETS examination centre and a British Council Internal Exam Centre.

The School offers:

- competitive pay scheme

- morning, afternoon and weekend classes

- professional training and methodological support

- professional development

- possibility of teaching regular groups at school and in-company courses in Kraków and the territory of Lesser Poland



We are looking for Native level speakers of English, French and German.

- minimum BA in arts/humanities subject

- TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, DELTA or similar

- teaching experience of min. a year

- interpersonal skills

- ability to keep students motivated

- energy and eagerness to work

How to apply:

Please send your resumes and covering letters to the email address given on the job heading.

Profi-Lingua Language School  

ul. Podwale 6-7




Tel: 0048 12 426 16 01/02/03

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 was an interesting unit, and as well as learning about the different resources available for teaching, authentic and non-authentic for example, it also revised the lesson planning criteria and the ESA method of teaching. I note that although course books are very useful, they cannot be used in isolation, as other teacher input materials make the lesson more fun and engaging for the students.This unit is about all types of conditionals so as direct/reported speach. I have always loved teaching this part of the grammar, because I do it by playing. At the end of the class my students normally have enjoyed a lot. I also think it is a really important part of the language as we use metaphors in our normal lives very often. Again the examples given about how to teach this are very useful.