Jobs

Throughout the year, the IATEFL Jobs Market is the perfect place for top employers and English language teaching professionals to meet. IATEFL has a global membership of over 4,000 people, and with over 120 IATEFL Associate teaching associations globally, a wider reach of over 100,000. It is, therefore the perfect place for employers to post roles they wish to fill, and for English teaching professionals to look for new and exciting employment opportunities.

Current jobs

Click here to view current jobs
 

Sign up for job alerts

Add your name to our mailing list and be the first to find out about new jobs posted on the IATEFL Jobs Market.

Sign up for job alerts
 

 

Place a job advert

Placing a job advert with IATEFL ensures your vacancy is announced to the widest possible audience. Not only is the role posted on our main website, it is also shared with our database of ELT professionals who have signed up for job alerts. Each advert is also posted on our IATEFL Jobs Market social media platform, and then shared across other IATEFL social media platforms, and so  to tens of thousands of people around the world working in English lannguage teaching.

Anyone can post a job, you don't need to be a member of IATEFL. It's a cost effective way to promote your job, costing just £75 for a 1 month placement. In addition, discounts are available to Institutional members of IATEFL.

The next step...

  • Login to your account
  • If you don't already have an account, click on the link below to create one (this is free)
  • Select 'Post a job' from the left of your dashboard

Click to create a free IATEFL account


 

 

Careers Fair at the annual international conference

Find out more about our exciting Careers Fair at the IATEFL Annual Conference. Returning for a 2nd year for Manchester 2020, delegates will be able to visit the Careers Fair to meet course providers and employers, view job opportunities, have their resume reviewed at our CV Clinic and attend our 'how to' sessions on a range of ELT career areas. It is also open to the public allowing non-delegate teachers and students the opportunity to find out more about a career in English language teaching.