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Native English Teachers Required For Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE

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Native English Teachers Required For Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE

1.English Language Centre); Saudi Colleges, Universities Riyadh ( Salary 3000$ - 3700$

Company Information: 
We are a part of the Educational Group in Saudi Arabia. We provide teaching professionals for educational institutions across the country.

Attractive salary package, at par with international standards (100% Tax Free) National holidays, as applicable to any other govt. institutions Annual vacation Air passage Status Medical Coverage.

Job description: The candidates will be teaching English to students of the university’s preparatory year. 
Nationality: Native English Speakers from Canada, The USA, UK, Australia, Ireland or South Africa 
Age:25-50 years. 
Gender: 50 Males and 50 Females. 
Qualification: BA or MA in English Language/Literature, Applied Linguistics or Education is essential. CELTA, DELTA, TEFL or equivalent Teaching Qualification. 
Years of Experience: Minimum 3 years of experience.

Location of position: One of these universities; University of Hail, Qassim University, University of Bisha, King Khalid University, Majmaah University, University of Tabuk, ,Northern Border University. Riyadh Language Centre

Ages of students: Adult. 
Salary: Based on experience and qualifications. Salary range ( $2600-$3700) 
Benefits: Housing, transportation, vacation for one month after completing the contract, Round-flight tickets, end of service and medical Insurance. 
Single visa or will family be paid for too? Single work Visa. 
Length of contract: One year contract.

Job description: The candidates will be teaching English to students of the university's preparatory year. 
Native English Speakers

You will be placed in one of the universities according to clients requirements

Living in Saudi Arabia & Teaching English

Friendly and welcoming, Saudi Arabia draws a large number of expatriates from around the world. The culture is relatively relaxed, and Saudi Arabia enjoy a diverse environment and a comfortable standard of living. You will have great advantage of visiting in the Persian Gulf, Bahrain is a comparative “oasis of liberalism” among the conservative Muslim countries of the region. It’s popular with travelers for its authentic “Arabness” but without the strict application of Islamic law upon its non-Muslim minority. Alcohol is readily available, attracting foreign residents of nearby Middle Eastern states. Bahrain is filled with extravagant hotels, ornate shopping plazas, and a large number of luxury tourist resorts. Plentiful oil resources throughout Bahrain have fueled a construction boom in recent years that shows no sign of slowing down.

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Cost of living in Saudi Arabia 
Living expenses vary by the individual, although most teachers are able to save a good portion of their monthly salary. Employment packages for teachers usually include generous benefits, which often extend to dependents as well. 
Furnished accommodation is routinely provided.

Things for teachers to do in Saudi Arabia 
Saudi Arabia a popular nighttime destination for visitors from its neighboring countries. Dining options include anything from Western fast food, to street stalls, to high-end restaurants. During the day, shopping is an extremely popular pastime. There are a number of shopping malls as well as markets.

Saudi Arabia Travel 
Many travelers find Saudi Arabia an ideal mix of traditional Arab culture and Western-friendly attitudes. Residents of Saudi Arabia’s neighboring countries, such as Bahrain, often come to Saudi Arabia to relax socially.

Living in Saudi Arabia: Culture 
Cultural life in Saudi Arabia has to be in agreement with strict interpretations of the Quran. In practice, this means that the visual arts, for example, are limited to geometric, floral or abstract designs, as representations of human beings are forbidden. Although there are some cinemas in larger cities, relinquishing the joys of theater comes with the territory of life in Saudi Arabia for expats. 
Music and dance form an important part of cultural life in Saudi Arabia, as does Bedouin poetry. Literature in Saudi Arabia in general is, however, kept in check by strict censorship rules. If a life in Saudi Arabia is planned for expats, they should be aware that, just as there is no freedom of religion, there is no real freedom of expression, either.

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1. Attached resume (CV) 
2. Copies of your degrees and relevant diplomas and/or certificate 
3. A copy of your passport (first page only to confirm your nationality) 
4. Letters of reference (optional at this stage)

CANDIDATE NAME :_______________________________________________ 
POSITION APPLIED :_______________________________________________ 
NATIONALITY :___________________________________________________ 
DATE OF BIRTH :__________________________________________________ 
Date of Availability ________________________________________________ 
AGE :_____________________________________________________________ 
MARITAL STATUS :________________________________________________ 
CURRENT POSITION :______________________________________________ 
CURRENT LOCATION :_____________________________________________ 
QUALIFICATION :_________________________________________________ 
TOTAL YEARS EXPERIENCE:_______________________________________ 
NOTICE PERIOD :__________________________________________________ 
CURRENT SALARY :_______________________________________________ 
TELEPHONE NO.___________________________________________________ 
CELLPHONE .______________________________________________________ 
SKYPE ID__________________________________________________________

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Dr. Christina Philips 
Managing Director 
English Today Recruitment 
(Middle East)Recruitment nbsp;

________________________________________________________________________ ____

Native English Teachers Positions in Muscat, Oman

Position description: 
The College has vacancies for qualified and experienced English language teachers to join its General Studies Department on 3-year renewable contracts. This position involves teaching Foundation Program Omani students, typically aged 18-20, for between 20-25 contact hours per week (Sundays-Thursdays). In addition to teaching a range of levels from Starter (A1) to Intermediate (B1+), teachers may also be required to teach IELTS preparation as all Foundation students must achieve an overall Band 5 as a pre-requisite for entry to an Engineering program.

• Plan and deliver engaging and interactive lessons aimed at achieving key learning outcomes 
Use initiative in supplementing and adapting materials according to the needs of the learners and/or context 
• Implement a student-centered approach and support the development of learner autonomy 
• Use digital teaching aids to enhance teaching and learning 
• Demonstrate cultural awareness and sensitivity at all times 
• Motivate students by developing a strong rapport and maintaining a fair and consistent approach to discipline 
• Actively participate in professional development 
• Other duties include: keeping up-to-date and accurate class records, reporting on student progress, invigilating and marking exams, and committee membership.

Requirements Essential

• BA/MA degree in English or Education (TESOL/TEFL) 
• CELTA/Trinity/equivalent 120-hour certificate 
• Minimum 3 years post- degree experience at tertiary level

• A competitive, tax-free salary including generous housing and travel allowance 
• 45 days paid annual leave 
• Travel expenses to and from Oman at the start and end of contract 
• Air travel twice per year to employee’s nominated home base 
• Access to free medical and dental care at Ministry facilities 
• Initial, temporary accommodation on campus provided free for a period of one month (permanent rental accommodation on-site depends on availability) 
• Opportunity for membership at Ministry of Defence club and mess facilities 
• Additional benefits for family members

• Experience in Smart Class, e-learning, self-access and personal tutoring (Desirable) 
• Experience in Curriculum design and teaching ESP (Desirable) 
• Age between 25 & 53

Condensed Contract:

Total Salary (Inclusive of Accommodation & Transport) – 1900 OMR Equal to (4935$)

Ticket – 2+1 or 1 + 3 (return) annually 
School Fee – 1500 /year up to two children annually from Grade/Standard 1 to Grade 12/Standard 12. KG 1 and KG 2 is within the Campus. 
Annual Leave – 45 Days 
Medical – MOD Head Service 
Contract- 3 Years, Renewed on mutual Interest.


1.Family visa is provided only to males candidates. 
2.No family visa provided to females. 
3 please note that, we would request you to provide the age, Nationality and photograph on the CV’s.

Teaching Jobs in Oman

Teaching in Oman is a great way to experience life in the Middle East while earning a competitive, tax-free salary. Teaching positions in Oman are Technical Colleges . Most teaching jobs in Oman have a contract duration of 
2 year.

Teaching Salary and Benefits in Oman

Teachers in Oman can expect to make between $2,000 and $3,800 USD per month, tax-free. Most teaching jobs in Oman include furnished accommodations or accommodations at very low cost. As such, teaching in Oman can be a great way to save money. Other teaching benefits in Oman can include return airfare, medical insurance provided by the employer, paid vacation time, and allowances for transportation and tuition for dependents.

Living in Oman

Known for its friendly people, Oman is a country located on the Arabian Sea. Oman is one of the fastest developing countries in the Middle East. With a hot and dry climate, Oman is a great country for those looking to experience an authentic Middle Eastern way of living. Oman is made up of a vast desert region and mountains, and it is home to many historical forts, which are its best known landmarks. Traveling in Oman can include desert camping, a trip to the beach, and shopping at traditional markets.

Living in the Capital of Oman, Muscat

As the Capital of Oman, Muscat is the largest city in the country, as well as the seat of government. Since the ascension of the current Sultan, Qaboos bin Said in 1970, Oman has seen rapid infrastructure development. Muscat is home to many notable landmarks, including the famous Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, the Oman National Museum, and a brand new opera house (opened Late 2011). For those interested in shopping, the largest mall in Oman is situated in Muscat—the Muscat Grand Mall—with many smaller other malls scattered throughout the city.

Al-Ansab Wetland

This wetland, the eagle capital of the world, is the place to go birdwatching with more than 280 different species on view. To see flamingos, spoonbills and flocks of wading birds head to Barr Al-Hickman, one of Oman's 16 national nature reserves (


Don't miss the lively fish market here. Watch locals standing around the auction floor bid for fish of all colours, shapes and sizes, while fishermen young and old land the night's catches on the huge beach outside, running up the sand with filled crates and fish threaded on lines.

Bimmah Sinkhole

This enormous sinkhole is mesmerising, its wonderful geological shape and still green-blue waters (a result of salt and fresh water mixing together) creating a picture of beauty. It's worth the long climb down (and back up again) to dip your toes in the water and to get a closer view of the 40m-wide (130ft) basin.

Empty Quarter

The largest desert in the Arabian Peninsula, north of Salalah, is the place to enjoy an exhilarating 4-wheel drive off-road experience, exploring territory that had not been crossed until just 80 years ago.

Grand Mosque, Muscat

Be wowed by gold, crystals, Italian white marble, a 10-tonne crystal chandelier lit by 1,122 bulbs and a 21-tonne carpet woven in one piece by 600 Iranian women. The women's room is much smaller than the men's. It took six years to build the mosque, whose huge gold dome and tall minarets dominate the skyline.

Ras Al Jinz

Ras Al Jinz, near Sur, is the only place to spot protected turtles. More than 50,000 females make their way slowly up the beach every night to lay their eggs, before slipping back to the sea before dawn. July to October is the peak time for turtle watching.

Rustaq Fort

The sheer beauty of this mighty fort comes into view as you approach. It has been beautifully restored and is a maze of corridors, stairways, prettily-carved archways and fascinating rooms including the sultan's guest room, winter room, prison and women's and girls' rooms adorned with pretty bracelets, teapots and delightfully painted ceramics.

Wadi Sahtan

Explore the beautiful ravine of Wadi Sahtan in the Rustaq region on a 4-wheel drive guided jeep tour. Pass by small ancient villages, beautiful, still green pools, 14 million date palms, and craggy cliffs, stopping off for a picnic lunch beneath the towering peaks. Best of all, enjoy the thrill of splashing at speed through small rivers along the way.

Al Mughsayl blowholes

These blowholes provide an amazing natural water display. During the monsoon, when sea levels rise and currents become more active, water surges though rock cavities, resulting in a superb display of gushing water.

Al-Hoota Cave

You will encounter some of the country's limestone wonders at this cave, reached by Oman's only train ( It extends for 5km (3 miles) underground and the cave lake contains several species of blind fish.

Bahla Fort

This is one of the most impressive fortified settlements of its kind in the world and one of Oman's many World Heritage sites. Like several of its listed sites, it is not yet open to visitors. Before you leave, buy a souvenir pot from local Bahla potters but don't rub it - Bahla is famous for genies!

Beach picnic

Spend a day the Omani way with a picnic and the company of friends on the beautiful beaches of Yitti, Seifa or Quiryat or in the lush oleander-flowering wadis of Dayqah, Shab and Tiwi.

Forts and castles

Scale the battlements of one of Oman's many forts and castles in the old capital cities of Nakhal or Rustaq, and examine why honey wasn't always sweet for unwanted guests at the imposing Al-Hazm, Nizwa or Jibreen Forts.

Geological attractions

Get up close to Oman's world-famous geological attractions and go rock climbing in the wadis (dry river beds) of the Al Haja Mountains. Less ambitious visitors may prefer to enjoy the mountains by hiking up to jabal Al Akhdar, Oman's Green Mountain, where a variety of soft fruits and prize pomegranates are grown.

Haggle at Muttrah Souk

This fairly small labyrinthine souk in Muscat is the place to haggle for gold, silver and other trinkets you thought you could never afford. Pick up some frankincense at a bargain price and delightful spices too. The good news is that the vendors are not too persistent here.

Jabal Shams

Ascend Jabal Shams (Mountain of the Sun) either on foot or by 4-wheel drive jeep and peer into the shadows of Wadi Ghul, the Grand Canyon of Arabia, pausing to buy a goat-haired carpet from the mountain's itinerant weavers.

Mud baths

Join the locals in a gnat-infested mud bath at beautiful Wadi Darbat in the heart of Oman's southern, subtropical region of Dhofar. During the autumn, water from the mountains forms magnificent waterfalls which cascade from a height of 100m (330ft).


To get a true feel for Oman's whitewashed capital, follow the Muttrah Corniche from the lively fish market, past the balconied buildings of the Muttrah Souk and old Muscat to the Sultan's Palace, which shelters beneath the 16th-century Portuguese forts of Al Jalali and Al Mirani.


Renowned for its early-morning livestock market, winding alleyways and silver handicrafts, Nizwa was the country's capital during the sixth and seventh centuries. Buy copper and handicrafts from artisans at the souk.

Oryx sanctuary

The Oryx Natural Living Sanctuary is situated in Jallluni, in the central region. Go in search of the Arabian oryx in the dawn mists at and enjoy a visit to Huqf Escarpment led by a member of the local Al-Harasi tribe.

Ride a camel

Ride a camel across Sharqiya Sands in the Deserted Quarter. As dusk falls, return to your campsite for a barbecue of camel and goat kebabs - and a night under the most amazing starry sky.

Traditional dhow

Drift slowly in a dhow off Khasab, where these traditional boats have been used by fishing families for generations. If you are lucky, you may be accompanied by dolphins. The area in the Musandam Peninsula is often described as the Norway of Arabia because of its beautiful khors (fjords).


Enjoy a variety of water sports, including diving (, windsurfing, sailing or deep-sea fishing from one of the many outlets in Muscat and Salalah, or take a trip on the wild side and organise your own fun in the sun off the desert island of Masirah.

Nightlife in Oman

You'll find the main nightclubs and bars in Muscat and Salalah, although most of the nightlife centres in the hotels. A new convention centre with an 8,000-seat auditorium is being built, which will double as an entertainment and sports venue. It will include new hotels and shopping facilities and is due to open in 2014.

As part of its long-term plan, the country is investing in more entertainment venues such as the Oman Royal Opera House which opened in 2011. It will showcase Oman's cultural heritage, as well as bringing international music to the local audience and visitors. Famous names to grace the venue will include Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli, soprano Renée Fleming, cellist Yo Yo Ma and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the American Ballet Theatre and trumpeter Wynton Marsalis with New York City's

Jazz at uincoln Centre Orchestra.

The Royal Opera House shares the grounds with a small theatre, restaurants, luxury shops and extensive gardens. 
There are a number of modern cinemas in Muscat, such as the Al-Shatti Multiplex, Ruwi and Star, showing a variety of international films. 
There is very little in the way of nightlife in other Omani towns with the exception of Salalah which comes alive during the khareef (rainy season in July and August) with festival activities.

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1.Family visa is provided only to males candidates. 
2.No family visa provided to females. 
3 please note that, we would request you to provide the age, Nationality and photograph on the CV’s

1. Attached resume (CV) 
2. Copies of your degrees and relevant diplomas and/or certificate 
3. A copy of your passport (first page only to confirm your nationality) 
4. Letters of reference (optional at this stage)

CANDIDATE NAME :_______________________________________________ 
POSITION APPLIED :_______________________________________________ 
NATIONALITY :___________________________________________________ 
DATE OF BIRTH :__________________________________________________ 
Date of Availability ________________________________________________ 
AGE :_____________________________________________________________ 
MARITAL STATUS :________________________________________________ 
CURRENT POSITION :______________________________________________ 
CURRENT LOCATION :_____________________________________________ 
QUALIFICATION :_________________________________________________ 
TOTAL YEARS EXPERIENCE:_______________________________________ 
NOTICE PERIOD :__________________________________________________ 
CURRENT SALARY :_______________________________________________ 
TELEPHONE NO.___________________________________________________ 
CELLPHONE .______________________________________________________ 
SKYPE ID__________________________________________________________

Please send everything at and send CC to

OR click on the link to apply online at

Dr. Christina Philips 
Managing Director 
English Today Recruitment 
(Middle East)Recruitment nbsp; 
_________________________________________________________________________ ___

All Subject Teachers are required for UAE Schools 
Home Room Teacher- Class Room Teacher 
• Computer science teacher 
• English teachers 
• Math teacher – elementary and all level 
• Special Education Needs 
• English as a Second Language teacher 
• Science teacher 
• Biology teacher 
• Chemistry teacher 
• Physics teacher 
• curriculum coordinator - US nationality or experience 
• Arabic teacher

Job offer abstract

a- You will be entitled to a furnished room in a shared apartment, with a kitchen equipped with basic functional electrical devices once only, maintenance or changing any of the appliances will be your responsibility. You will be entitled to a monthly coverage of your Dubai electricity and water authority bills (DEWA) not exceeding AED 200/month. 
b- Upon termination or resignation from the position, the Employee shall vacate and handover the accommodation which has been provided by the Employer within two days after the last working day of employment. The Employer will endeavor to release the balance of the funds as soon as possible once the apartment has been handed over to the Human Capital. 
Transportation Employees residing in school accommodation will be provided with transportation to & from School for free.

ETR will provide you with a Medical Insurance Scheme as per the School’s policy, and in accordance with the UAE’s Labor Law. This scheme may be extended to cover your eligible family members upon your request and approval for deducting the premium from your monthly salary.

You are entitled to a one yearly economy air ticket DXB/ home county /DXB. All air tickets will be issued in accordance with company policy. Tickets may not be accumulated or converted to cash. 
Upon commencement of your employment, you will be provided with an economy class air ticket from your home country to Dubai.

You will be entitled to: 
Annual Leave: Upon completion of the academic year (September through June) you will be entitled to a paid annual leave of 50 to 60 days during summer. 
Public Holidays: You will be entitled to all official public holidays declared as per UAE Labor Law for the private sector. Any public holiday that falls during your annual leave cannot be claimed or availed. 
Sick Leave: You will be entitled to sick leaves as per the UAE Labor Law.. 
Sick leave must always be supported with a medical report issued from a hospital, clinic or general physician approved by AMSI even if you are on probation. Absences immediately prior to or after days off (including holidays. weekends, etc...) will incur docking inclusive of those days off. Absences during probation period will be docked in full. 
Employee shall report his/her illness within a maximum of two days (Medical Report must be submitted). The employer shall thereupon take the necessary measures to verify his/her illness.

Hours of Work 
Working hours will be as follows: 
You will be working on a full time basis, as per the school’s schedule. 
Sunday – Thursday: from 07:20 to 16:00, plus all meetings & activities

You will be on probation for the first three months of your official employment unless agreed on a different period as per the probation period mentioned on the official Labor Contract. Your conduct, abilities and performance will be monitored and evaluated by the School, and only if deemed appropriate, at the sole discretion of the School, your appointment will be confirmed. 
During the probation period either party may terminate the employment without notice.

Contract Period 
Your official employment will start on 01/09/2017. The Employment Contract may be renewed for further periods by mutual consent of the teacher/employee and the School

You will receive a monthly salary payable in local currency (AED), by bank transfer. During your first two months of employment half of your salary, which is total of one month salary, will remain with the School. It will be paid back to you with your end of service indemnity. However, in case you breach your contract you are obliged and irrevocably undertake to pay the School a compensation equivalent to 45 days salary as per article (116) of UAE labor Law. Thus by signing below you are authorizing the School to retain your one month salary being part amount of” the compensation mentioned above.

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