Position Teaching English in Turkey

Date posted:2008-12-01 | Writer: Inlingua Istanbul | Email: [email protected]

Inlingua Istanbul is seeking TEFL qualified academic staff for our school in Uskudar, Istanbul. We are looking for both full-time and part-time instructors. Preference will be given to local candidates.

Inlingua Istanbul is part of Inlingua International, one of the world's largest educational organizations with offices and schools in over 300 locations world-wide. Inlingua offers truly global career development, whether you want to carry on teaching at another Inlingua school in a different country, or become a Director of Studies, we can help you achieve your goal.


Candidates must have recognized teaching English as a foreign language certification, TEFL, Trinity Cert. TESOL or CELTA.

EFL classroom experience is also desirable, but not essential. In some cases, candidates with a university degree and extensive relevant TEFL experience can be considered in lieu of formal TEFL qualifications.

Compensation All positions offer: - Paid holidays for full time teachers -Bonus program for full time teachers - Professional development - Academic support - Opportunities for promotion and transfer in the world's leading private educational organization

Please send your CV to the e-mail address given on the job heading page. 

If you are a local candidate you may call Ted Lewis at 0216 474 15 74

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 learned a lot from this unit, particularly regarding the different roles that a teacher can take, and how each learner is unique in their current English proficiency level. Good instructors are not afraid to correct their students in order to foster a positive and constructive learning environment, and each student has different personal motivations for wanting learn and improve their English-speaking skills.This Unit is about teaching pronunciation and phonology. It's a difficult area for teachers to teach and for students to understand. One of the reasons for this is that there are many words in English which are spelled the same but pronounced differently and vice versa. While teaching English as a foreign language it's very important to pay attention to stress and intonation, because they influence the meaning.