Job For Motivated EFL Teacher in Poland

Date posted:2014-08-21 | Writer: KALA English School | Email: [email protected]

KALA English School is a friendly and professional school located in the centre of Gliwice, Poland. We are currently looking for a motivated and enthusiastic EFL teacher to join our team. We primarily teach adults using the direct method. We teach using the Avalon Quantum English Method from London. Our School was opened by two native speakers who wanted to teach students in a friendly atmosphere. We teach at a number of local companies in addition to classes held at the school.

The successful candidate will be required to teach a range of classes including Business English, Avalon Quantum English (Direct Method) and conversation classes. Although the majority of students are adults, we also teach a number of teenagers.

The City:

Gliwice is a growing city in the south of Poland. Krakow, Katowice and Wroclaw are all within easy reach, as well as the Czech and Slovakian borders. It is in an excellent location for those wishing to visit the mountains and surrounding countries.

For more information:

Contact us at the email address given on the job heading.

KALA English School

ul. Wrocławska 10

Gliwice, 44-100


Telephone: 690 820 680

Contact person: Kamelia Ali/ Leanne Atack, School Director/Academic Director


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