English-In is hiring teachers in Klin, the Moscow region in Russia! Since 1997 “English-In” has been a private school in the city of Klin, Moscow region, Russia with a homely atmosphere at the school. We offer standard English courses to a wide range of highly motivated people of different age groups.
Academic Year and Students
We offer our teachers free fully furnished shared accommodation, a high local salary, a modern working environment and full support at work as well as during free time. This is a stimulating and challenging position for the right applicant. We seek to employ a teacher for the next academic year – until the end of May. Teaching is on a small class basis up to a maximum of twelve persons per class at all levels, from Beginner to Advanced and also Business English.
A teaching qualification at TEFL or above is essential for this post.
Newly qualified teachers will be considered although a teacher with at least one year’s experience would be preferred.
Some experience in teaching children and in ESP would be desirable.
Native English speaker
Over the age of 23
Bachelors degree or higher
Basic knowledge of the Russian language would be an advantage
Enthusiastic, talented, outgoing and motivated
Flexible and adaptable
Positive outlook and a sense of humor
Hard working, patient and a team player
Steady monthly salary (30 000 rub (about 650 euro (net) for max 30 academic hours per week.
Good quality shared accommodation very close to school. All utility bills are paid for except for telephone bills and the Internet.
Full visa support during the contract.
A free medical insurance cover will be provided throughout the teacher’s employment.
Reasonable flight allowance (The cost of the airfare will be refunded; 50% will be paid three months after arrival and 50% upon contract completion)
Meeting at the airport.
Registration of teachers, a necessity when staying in Russia, will be free and carried out by the company upon arrival.
Full academic support (teachers’ resources, consultation sessions, mentoring for less experienced teachers).
Free Internet access in the school; free coffee and tea.
Advantage of working in a small town:
friendly, cozy atmosphere and a close working relationship with just a few colleagues
plenty of variety in your teaching timetable
more relaxed pace of life than the frantic speed of Moscow
peaceful and homelike surroundings
If you really want to immerse yourself in the Russian language and culture, you can do it better in a small town.
Teachers’ Responsibilities will include:
a teaching schedule with a minimum of 24 hours and a maximum of 30 academic hours per week
teaching a variety of courses to adults and young learners
conducting level checks and placement interviews
taking part in social events (presentations, seminars)