EFL Teachers Needed in Moscow, Russia

Date posted:2017-11-09 | Writer: Fluentrussia | Email: [email protected]

FLUENTRUSSIA, an American-owned educational company headquartered in the center of Moscow, is the leading provider of corporate language and communication skills training throughout the Russian Federation. We are looking for energetic and highly motivated full and part- time TEFL qualified, native-speaking and native fluent English speakers to teach Russian professionals in Moscow and other cities in Russia. Courses include General, Business and Legal English, Specialized Business English for banking, finance, IT and pharmaceutical industries, business communication skills and other language learning programs and activities.

Highly competitive monthly compensation package, academic support and excellent working conditions. Visa support and accommodation/social package provided. Our teacher training center offers a wide variety of workshops and seminars to assist in teachers' professional development.

STARTING DATES: January 15, 2018 and throughout 2018


Native speaking and native-fluent English teachers with TESOL, TEFL, CELTA , ACELS or any recognized training programme.   


SALARY: Starting Salary: 90,000 Rubles per month (net) (125 academic hours a month); Opportunity to work additional hours on an hourly rate basis. Housing allowance as specified below.

TERM: Twelve, Nine or Six Months, renewable contract;

VISA: Complete Visa Support;

ACCOMMODATION: 25,000 Rubles per month housing allowance;

AIRFARE: Partially Reimbursed.

A career at FR is unique and challenging with clear rewards. We seek to hire the best and are always looking for talented individuals.


For further information, please send your CV/ resume to the email address given on the job heading.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


It was very helpful to hear about different techniques used to increase the effectiveness of the teacher in the classroom setting and how to deal with students in general. It was informative also to learn how to react to student behaviour. Many times a reaction might be personal but it is good that the lesson pointed out to not make the focus personal but more focused on the problem.This unit taught me about modal auxiliary verbs and modal auxiliary verbs are very important because they play a vital role in communicating. I learned that each modal has a differing degree of formality and can convey different expressions. I have also learned that there are two voices used in English: active and passive. The voices convey the same meaning, but the focus is different.