The demand for people teaching English in the Czech Republic is increasing. Work can be found in small towns as well as in larger cities of Brno and Prague. Most jobs for English teaching positions are listed in the Prague Post, which is the weekly English language newspaper and the best place to look for possible job opportunities. The TEFL qualification is not essential to secure a teaching job in the Czech Republic but you are more likely to find work with one. Visit the TEFL website for more information.
The chances of finding any other paid work are fairly slim. However, there are opportunities for voluntary work such as conservation, construction, renovation, care and social work. The International Voluntary Service is a British organisation which provides voluntary work in the Czech Republic, please see check out their website for further information.
The Employment Service in Czech Republic provides information from the area of employment and social security. A jobseeker would need a passport to register at the Employment Service.