Teach English in Hungary
START DATE: September 2013
SALARY: Extremely competitive salary of between 1500 and 2000 Euros per month
An excellent opportunity to work in one of Hungary’s largest and most successful companies teaching general and business English to executives and senior managers.
Work at the company’s headquarters Monday to Friday in a busy and dynamic team of professionals and learn about the international food industry.
The successful applicant will be responsible for planning and delivering all lessons for the firm, assessing students and assisting management with English language meetings, contracts and updating the website, www.univer.hu.
Extremely competitive salary of between 1500 and 2000 Euros per month, local fully furnished accommodation, health insurance provided and other benefits including paid holidays and pension.
We are looking for a highly motivated, friendly and resourceful teacher who would be committed to the job from September 2013 until at least June 2014.
Applicant must be a native speaker with a minimum of 2 years teaching experience. Qualifications must include BA along with a CELTA, TESOL, PGCE or TEFL equivalent certificate. EU nationals are preferred.
Applicants should send their C.V. and a cover letter to [email protected]
Successful applicants will be contacted and interviews will be conducted by telephone and on Skype.
If you want to experience Eastern European culture with a touch of class and luxury, then you might want to teach in Hungary. English teaching jobs are not as plentiful as in other countries but can still be found.
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The average monthly salary of a teacher in Hungary is about 150,000 HUF (930 USD). You will not be able to save very much money teaching in Hungary, but you can enjoy a great European quality of life at a fraction of the cost of cities like Paris or London. … Read More
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