In this study, it is aimed to examine Burnout Levels and Job Satisfaction Levels of Physical Education Teachers. Screening model was used in the study. The study group consists Physical Education Teachers who work in Kirsehir Province. The personal information form prepared by the researchers, the Maslach Burnout Scale and the Minnesota Job Satisfaction Scale were applied to the participants. Examination of burnout levels and job satisfaction levels of participants were evaluated in terms of occupational year, marital status, extracurricular exercise / training status, place of duty and average number of students taking the classes. The level of job satisfaction of physical education teachers is generally at a level of "satisfied". However, when the sub-dimensions of the scale are examined, it is seen that the intrinsic satisfaction is at the level of "satisfied", while the extrinsic satisfaction is at the level of the "indecisive". When the independent variables considered to be effective on job satisfaction level were examined, no significant differences were found. It is seen that there is a negative intermediate relation between the job satisfaction and burnout levels of PE teachers. When the sub-dimensions forming the Maslach Burnout Inventory and the Minnesota Job Satisfaction Scale were examined, it is seen that the highest relations are between negative and moderate emotional exhaustion, personal accomplishment and desensitization dimensions and intrinsic satisfaction and emotional exhaustion with extrinsic satisfaction.