Teach English in Russia
SALARY: Monthly salary from 28,000 – 45,000 RUBLES (gross)
Our teachers usually work Monday – Friday 12:00-21:00 (there are minor exclusions)
Full time contract at least 9-12 months in length, with option to renew
Monthly salary from 28,000 – 45,000 RUBLES (gross)
Full visa & work permit support and fees reimbursement upon arrival
Apartment (single or shared) provided and paid by school
Paid holidays, annual paid leave – 56 days
Bonus: Upon compliance with school standards at the end of the contract – additional 25,000 rubles (net)
We are looking for native English speakers from the USA, Canada and UK.
Bachelor’s Degree (Degree in Education, Linguistics, as well as other BAs)
Preferably with formal teaching experience, with either of TEFL/CELTA/CELTYL/DELTA/TESOL certificates, 22-35 years old
Hardworking, creative, energetic, positive!
To apply for the position send:
2. Copies of your diplomas & certificates
3. References (if available)
5. Short letter stating your own views on teaching, living in Russia and your expectation.
[email protected] (Topic: Native ESL)
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