Positions Teaching EFL in Turkey (2)

Date posted:2016-04-19 | Writer: TED Malatya College | Email: [email protected]

TED Malatya College is one of the 35 schools of the Turkish Education Association. Our mission is to establish schools that offer high-quality education in Turkish and foreign languages, extending experience to all levels of education from pre-school to university level across the country.  

At TED Malatya, we are currently seeking four enthusiastic and sociable native level EFL teachers to teach in Kindergarten, Primary School, Middle School and/or High School. Applicants must be willing to work up to 30 teaching hours a week and during our Summer School program. Our school is located in Malatya, which is a city in the Central-Eastern region of Turkey. It’s close to historic sites like Mt. Nemrut and the city is primarily known for apricots, which are sold worldwide.


- Bachelor’s degree in English or Education is preferred, but other related degrees may be considered

- TESOL and/or CELTA certificate

- Minimum of 3 years previous teaching experience with children between the ages of 7-16 preferred.

- Minimum of 2 professional references (personal and professional)

- Age between 25-55

- Desired characteristics: sociable, friendly, hard-working, responsible, enjoys working with children, energetic


- $1,600 monthly salary

- Health insurance provided by the school

- Transportation to and from school

- Lunch provided at school

- Holidays: 2 weeks during the semester break in January/February and 4 weeks in summer

- Days off for Christmas and Easter


All interested applicants should send a CV and cover letter to the email address given on the job heading.

Phone: +90 422 341 0373



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.


A planning sheet is always important in a classroom filled with students because it helps the teacher plan accordingly what is next. They should be as shortened as possible so it's easier to read off from there while students are busy with a task. I learned in this lesson about evaluating the planning sheet afterwards. It is good to make notes about what to look out for or what went wrong.In this unit we learnt about the various assessments that one would need to know about and administer in the course of teaching English for business purposes. It gives us details of when these tests should be administered, who to administer them to, how to use the content of these tests, what to expect from these tests as an outcome. The sample questionnaires and syllabus was very helpful.