Australia TEFL English Teaching Jobs. Teaching English in Australian cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth is a great way to travel and work abroad. Australia has been an important destination for TOEFL, TESL and TEFL jobs for many years and still has good potential for both new and experienced teaching job seekers. Discover a new job teaching English in Australia this year. If this is the time you’re going to start teaching English in Asia, you’ll want to know about these following Australian website links and sources to find the job just right for you. Australia Teaching Jobs and SEEK Australia website. Australia’s number one job site with over 150,000 jobs online. And visited 14.7 million times each month. This job site has made it even easier to navigate the advertising and search process. By creating areas to meet job type and country-specific needs.
Australia TEFL English Teaching Jobs (TOEFL)
Australian Teaching Jobs and Career Fairs are also a good source of information on job openings. Some expatriate websites, like the Sydney Forum Australia also might give advice on job hunting. And, we have our own Australia Expat Teaching Job Blog, where you are very welcome to provide the latest news and your own comments. Other Search Venues. If you have a clear idea of which schools you wish to work for. You may check out their websites and write to them directly. Most schools and institutes advertise Australia English teaching jobs vacancies online. Newspapers. You may also wish to check out the recruitment sections of the local newspapers. And visit online sites for Australia Daily or Business News Australia newspapers. Companies and search firms regularly advertise their career opportunities here. Australia TEFL and TESL Jobs – Other Popular Sites in the Country: (Links are being prepared today – please visit back in a few days). Thank you.
Australia English Teaching Jobs – Country Information
Australia is the 6th largest country in the world by land area. Its fairly small population is heavily concentrated along the eastern and south-eastern coasts. The most-populated states are Victoria and New South Wales. The largest land area is Western Australia.
- Australia: Population 23 million (2013).
- Capital: Canberra, Population 379,600 (2013).
- Major Cities: Sydney (4,400,000), Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide.
- Area: 7.68 million sq km (2.96 sq miles).
- Government: Parliamentary Democracy (Federal Constitutional Monarchy).
- Major Religion: Christianity.
- Major Language: English.
- Currency: Australian Dollar.
- Internet Domain: .au.
- International Dialing Code: +61.