Jobs in Turkey For TEFL Qualified Teachers

Date posted:2015-11-10 | Writer: Just English | Email: [email protected]

Just English is one of Turkey's top private language schools. There are TEFL positions available at a number of locations for native level English speakers. Candidates must possess a university degree, be TEFL-certified (CELTA/TEFL / TESOL preferred) and have a passion for teaching. Experience in teaching IELTS/TOEFL exams would be ideal.

Both full-time and part-time TEFL positions are available at branches in Istanbul, Bursa, Izmir and Ankara. We operate a 6 day working week (Saturday - Thursday) and offer a variety of different courses to all ages. Classes are mostly quite small, with under 10 students. Private lessons are also available. In our schools, we maintain a comfortable and friendly environment where teachers receive all necessary teaching materials, access to modern facilities and support and training from our dedicated staff.

Accommodation is available if required in comfortable apartments for teachers which are rent-free for the first 3 months. Rent-allowance is paid to full-time teachers who find their own accommodation. Airport pick-up is provided and our staff also assists new teachers in arranging legal matters such as their residence permit, accompanying them where necessary.

We offer a competitive salary which is negotiable based on experience and qualifications. Just English appreciates the hard work of our employees and, in recognition this, monthly bonuses are paid to our top-performing teachers.


Please send a recent photo of yours along with your English teaching certificates if you have any to the email address given on the job heading.

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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.


Its great to have another unit which helps with planning ESA lessons and having examples provided. Reading this unit makes you understand the importance of how to introduce receptive skills to students and to tap into all student interests to engage and motivate them. Without having experience in teaching, I really think the opportunity to sit in with some lessons would be very beneficial.Unit 14 examines the issue of course book materials, including the pros and cons and best practices regarding their use. It also discusses both authentic and teacher-created materials as supplements to or replacements for course books. Having students create stories from magazine pictures is a new activity idea which I gleaned from this unit. I also have made note of the suggested websites.