Welcome to Teaching Jobs in Tunisia. With cordial and warm residents and easy going spirit, Tunisia is the highlight of the Mediterranean coast of Africa. It has many teaching jobs for licensed and ESL teachers.
Teaching is an important and well regarded profession within our community and people from all walks of life find it a professionally and personally rewarding career choice. Teaching in Tunisia is possible in international schools and language training centers. Teachers can apply to teach in British or American schools. For individuals looking to teach English in Tunisia, there are many teaching opportunities in language centers throughout the country, although the city of Tunis has the highest concentration of these centers.
International school teachers can often expect a high salary (tax free). In addition, schools provide many advantages including accommodation, flights as well as medical insurance. Language training centers also provide a tax-free salary that allows teachers to live comfortably.
Teaching as a profession is divided into many areas of specializations, each requiring different expertise and mastery. Some of the major areas of specialization include teaching at nursery schools, middle schools, high schools, colleges, universities, institutes, etc.
There are innumerable Teaching jobs in Tunisia. A few of the most popular vacancies are:
Tunisia has teaching/ education jobs present in the following cities:
Tunis, Sfax, Sousse, Ettadhamen, Kairouan, Gabès, Bizerte, Aryanah, Gafsa, El Mourouj.
These are the most famous Educational institutions and schools in Tunisia. Look for a vacancy appropriate for you on their career pages.
American Cooperative School of Tunis- ACST
British International School of Tunis
Kheireddine Tunisian International School (KTIS)
Mediterranean School of Business (MSB)
These recruiting agencies can help you find Teaching Job in Tunisia. Either submit your CV or apply for a job that you like.
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ONE THING YOU DEFINITELY WANT TO AVOID IN YOUR RESUME - LYING...
Telling the truth is absolutely necessary. Making stuff up might get you the interview, but getting caught mid- interview in a lie will be pretty embarrassing and will obviously not get you the job. Be as real and transparent about your work history as possible. False claims get caught most of the time and you will sit wondering why you didn’t get an interview call.
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