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Native Speaking EFL teachers in Moscow Needed in Windsor, Russia

Posted By: Windsor English Language School <job@windsor.ru>
Date: Thursday, 16 January 2014, at 7:47 p.m.

Windsor English Language School is looking for native speaker EFL teachers in Moscow starting in January-February 2014

Windsor provides a range of general and specialized courses to students and professionals. In addition to general English, our school provides IELTS preparation and ESP courses in finance, law, medicine and IT. Along with this, we offer Content-based courses in a range of subjects and an English Club.
IELTS is the world's leading test of English for higher education and migration, and Windsor has a high profile in preparing candidates for this exam. We are an IELTS Pretesting Centre and an official partner of University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations. We work closely with the Moscow Examination Centre, and many of our teachers, once sufficiently experienced, go on to become certified Examiners. This professional development brings the possibility for regular examining work in Moscow and the possibility of paid working trips all around Russia and Ukraine.
Other opportunities for professional development include regular seminars and the chance to contribute to the development of our CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) program.
As the capital city of Russia, Moscow is a city of rich significance, promising an unforgettable experience for anyone with an interest in history, culture or international affaires.

Qualifications:
- Candidates must be natives of the US, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia or New Zealand.
- Hold a certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (The Cambridge CELTA, the Trinity TESOL etc).
- Bachelor's Degree or higher (preferred).
- From 1 year EFL teaching.

Compensation:
- 9/12 month contract with full academic support.
- A teacher's monthly salary from 30 000 rubles (approx $1000) for 26 academic hours a week or 36 000 (approx $1200) for 30 academic hours a week. There is the possibility of extra hours during a week or on weekends for attractive remuneration.
Please take into consideration that the salary on its own is only a part of the remuneration package. The school provides the following free of charge:
1. Good quality shared accommodation very close to a metro station. There is a free repair and replacement service. All utility bills are paid for except for telephone bills. An accommodation allowance is an option and can be discussed.
2. Full visa support during the contract.
3. A free medical card is provided for insurance purposes throughout the teacherís employment.
4. Metro travel card (which covers trips within Moscow and its suburbs). All branches are situated on, or near metro line.
5. Reasonable flight allowance.
6. Meeting at the airport on arrival.
7. Paid induction period.
8. Academic support (including in-house training, consultation sessions, mentoring for less experienced teachers). Teachers with sufficient experience will be encouraged to undertake the IELTS Examiner Training. Being an IELTS examiner is not only a step forward in your career but also an opportunity to earn money and travel all over Russia and Ukraine.
9. Free Russian lessons for all levels given by a professional teacher.
10. Free Internet access in the school; free coffee and tea.
11. Bonus.

More vacancies and information about our school you can find on our web-site: www.windsor.ru/eng/tefl.
If you are interested in applying please send us your CV to job@windsor.ru or apply now.

We look forward to hearing from you.


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