English Teachers Needed in Krakow, Poland

Date posted:2017-09-25 | Writer: The Stairway School of English | Email: [email protected]

The Stairway School of English is a long-established and successful English-language school located in the centre of Krakow, Poland. We have a number of full-time and part-time positions from October 2017. We are looking to recruit committed ELT professionals. The origin of our teachers is less important than their education, theoretical knowledge, and feeling for their language. What is equally important is that they be committed and open to new ideas and methods. It is not easy to be a ‘Stairway’ teacher, but the majority stay with us for a long time.

We teach groups of adults (including some teenagers, maximum 10 students per group) at all levels from elementary to proficiency. Some of our students take the Cambridge and IELTS exams.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Pay is very satisfactory and you will be able to live comfortably. We can provide help with finding accommodation and any paperwork which moving to Poland necessitates (minimal for EU citizens).

REQUIREMENTS

Essential:

• Recognised ELT qualification, e.g. CELTA or TESOL with practical component/teaching practice.

• Reliability and dependability

• Linguistic awareness and a sound knowledge of the English language

• Willingness to develop professionally

• University degree (in any discipline)

Desirable:

• Experience of teaching English as a foreign language

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send your CV and a covering letter to the email address given on the job heading.

The Stairway School of English,

Juliana Dunajewskiego 6,

31-133 Kraków,

Poland

Phone: +48 12 422 18 36

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