Teach English Abroad

Teach English in Poland

CITY: Warsaw

For the teacher we offer a legal full-time contract, that includes:

 administrative support in obtaining work permits and work visas
 a competitive local salary (4000-5000 PLN monthly)
 a bonus scheme based on performance
 career advancement opportunities
 support of a methodologist and teaching aids
 on the job and outside training sessions
 a dynamic teaching staff and friendly American environment
 excellent working conditions (spacious, well-equipped modern classrooms – DVD players and TV sets in every classroom, air-conditioning, kitchen access and internet access)
 opportunities to gain non-teaching skills such as customer service and sales, time management, etc.

Interviews for the position will be conducted through Skype video conferencing.

I Personal traits

 Optimistic with a ‘can do’ attitude
 Energetic and flexible
 Self confident
 Enthusiastic and a passionate for teaching
 High interpersonal and leadership skills that will motivate clients

II. Requirements

 A BA diploma
 A minimum of 1 year teaching experience, although we will consider newly qualified teachers
 A recognized certificate in TEFL /CELTA or equivalent welcomed

send your cover letter and resume (preferred with a photo) to:

Teach English in Poland (General Information)

In recent years, the demand for English teachers in Poland has been quite high and is continuing to grow. This is because most economic activites, business ventures and suchlike are generally conducted in English. Also, students who wish to take up business courses/careers, are required to take an English proficiency examination, administered by the government. Today, Poland is considered to be one of the largest market in the continent for EFL teachers. …  Read More

Teach English in Poland (Cost of Living)

Compared to many other European countries, Poland is a relatively cheap country in which to live. Teaching English in Poland offers an excellent opportunity to experience authentic European culture, cuisine and lifestyle. While the salary is not lucrative, the experience is definitely worth the stay. …  Read More

Teach English in Poland (Visa Requirements)

To legally teach English in Poland, most foreign nationals need a work permit and a residence visa. However, EU citizens no longer need permits or visas. Residents of some nations, which have a special agreement with Poland, are allowed to visit the country for a maximum of 90 days without a visa but will have to obtain a work permit to engage in employment. …  Read More