January 27, 2014


If you are an ESL/EFL professional or administrator eager to excel in the field, experience effective and innovative approaches to teaching, and make a transformative difference in the lives and on the education of your students, please study the job postings below closely and then apply.

U.S. Student Services AssistantU.S. Instructor

INTERLINK has always welcomed educators with a strong commitment to the profession and a learner-centered approach. Providing employees fulfilling careers in international education and opportunities for professional growth, INTERLINK offers competitive salary and benefit packages and a flexible teaching environment where teacher creativity and autonomy can have a positive impact on student learning.

Since its establishment in 1979, INTERLINK has been offering language training, academic preparation, university placement services, and cultural orientation to students, scholars and professionals from around the world. With institutes on university campuses in the US and Saudi Arabia, INTERLINK is comprised of an international community of ELT professionals and administrators fully committed to helping students succeed in academic, professional, and personal realms.

Guided by the values of quality and fairness, our faculty promote a higher order thinking, enhanced ways of learning, and respectful attitudes. INTERLINK’s project-based, experiential, learner-centered approach has not only enriched the lives of thousands of students  but has also given many in the field opportunities to look at teaching and learning in a new and refreshing light.

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David Sauve, English Instructor –

As I reflect back on my experience, joining INTERLINK was a great decision for me and my family. I have nothing but positive things to say about INTERLINK management and faculty. INTERLINK’s curriculum is unique and allows for instructor autonomy. The instructors working for INTERLINK are qualified and dedicated to their craft. The management team and support staff do everything in their power to help with new instructor transition, professional development and even maintenance on the accommodations. In addition, the faculty go out of their way to help new instructors adapt and align themselves to the INTERLINK curriculum. The instructional coordinators work closely to help instructors develop as professionals and the director and assistant director are an integral part of the process. I would highly recommend INTERLINK to anyone considering teaching in the Middle East.

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