English Language Teachers needed in Saudi Arabia

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in Saudi Arabia

CITY: Riyadh
START DATE: Urgent Start
SALARY: US$ 50,000 in salary and allowances (TAX-FREE PER YEAR)

WORKING CONDITIONS:
English Language Teachers (30 positions available) needed for a Technical Training Institute in Riyadh, working with young adult males. These students undertake employer-sponsored English training before progressing to technical and specialist courses. It is a professional working environment and has good prospects. Short and long term contracts available

BENEFITS:
-30 days annual leave (or pro-rata) – in addition to Saudi Arabia’s public holidays.
-Furnished un-accompanied accommodation, in which case utilities will be included (or else a ‘living-out allowance’ at employee’s choice).
-Expatriation/repatriation airfares.
-Local transport to and from work is provided.
-Medical Insurance and supporting documentation will be provided.
-Saudi Arabia is a unique and interesting place. People have different reasons for deciding to work there – but Riyadh is a very modern city with all conveniences at hand. The cities are very cosmopolitan since there are many nationalities living and working all over Saudi Arabia. All other Gulf countries are accessible from here.
The company supplying these positions has excellent prospects and progressive aims.

Those successful applicants who are available immediately or from February will be given precedence and contacted during this month of January – so over the next two weeks. For later start dates we will contact people invited for interview, throughout February.

REQUIREMENTS:
GENERAL: Must be a native English Language speaker & male.

EXPERIENCE: You also need to have 3 years experience working as a full-time EFL/ ESL teacher in an educational institution, exclusively teaching adults across a variety of levels. Two employment references are required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Educated to degree level (any field) and with a CELTA or equivalent teaching qualification (i.e. 120 hours minimum of tuition, formally observed teaching practice, accredited by an authorized body). On-line course certificates not accepted by this particular company, apologies.

PREFERENCES: M.A. in TESOL/ TEFL or the DELTA is preferred, plus experience teaching IELTS or experience as an IELTS examiner or trainer. Experience in KSA or Middle East is helpful. Technical English teaching experience is advantageous. Familiarity with using Interactive media for teaching is useful. Degrees in English and any other recognized EFL/ESL qualifications are supportive.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Please send your latest resume (attached) to email address: beaniejob1@yahoo.com

Secondary email: be@beaniejob.com

Please quote in the email subject line: “REF: 1-1.2013-KSA”

In the main body of the email it would be very helpful if you could please write a brief letter noting the following items: 1) The earliest date you could start if required. 2) Your nationality. 3) Your highest level of academic education & subject. 4) Your main vocational/ EFL qualifications. 5) Number of years experience in teaching EFL & the location/s where you taught.

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