Regular Vacancies Teaching English in Turkey

Date posted:2016-05-11 | Writer: English Time | Email: [email protected]

English Time is a consulting company for an international group of language schools with branches in London and Turkey that have regular opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. We provide high quality English courses, combining academic tuition (grammar, writing etc) and practical skills (eg. presentation and job interview training) in small, lively classes. We offer courses at six levels from beginner to advanced. Our success can be measured by the large number of satisfied students who have recommended us to their friends.


-Native level English Speakers

- Bachelors’ Degree and an internationally recognized TEFL/TESOL/CELTA Certificate.

-Willing to work with adults, teenagers and juniors, energetic with a positive attitude.

-Willing to work in a dynamic and enjoyable education environment.

-Willing to work flexible working hours.

-Willing to use interactive and communicative methods in classes.

-Have no difficulty in adapting to new cultures.


- Work in branches in Turkey : Istanbul (Asian and European Side)

- Full time or Part time contract: 10-12 months (Renewable)

- Full-furnished accommodation, or monthly rent payment (300TL)

-Wages are net and paid in Turkish Lira

- Residence Permit, Work visa, work permit,

-Professional approach and support

-Opportunity for personal and Professional growth

 -Monthly Salary Range (Min to Max): 2500TL- 4000TL  ( Per hour 20-22TL)

-Total Work Hours per Week: 30-40 hours

Start Date: Immediately

Classes to Teach:

*Juniors (age between 8-14)

*Teenagers (age between 14-17)


Class Size Average: 10-15


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

English Time

TEL: 0282 261 06 99


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.


Although there are so many future tenses, I actually think they will be easier to teach than some of the past tenses. I think the distinction between the usage of each tense is much clearer. I would separate the present tenses (used in a future context) into a completely different lesson instead of trying to associate them with future tenses, and I think that could only confuse students.I've learned through this unit that pronunciation is probably the most neglected aspect. After reviewing the different techniques for teaching pronunciation, it is apparent that I take for granted the different ways sounds are made from the movement of tongue and air passing through the oral organs. Intonation is another area that has been brought to my attention and now I am keenly aware.