Enthusiastic EFL Teachers Needed in Russia

Date posted:2015-11-04 | Writer: Britannica International School | Email: [email protected]

Britannica International School is now looking for a professional and enthusiastic EFL teacher to start in November/December 2015. The position involves teaching mostly children and teenagers. Britannica has been running schools for 5 years now. We have 2 more openings in Lyubertsy.   


University degree

TEFL /TESOL qualification

Experience in teaching ESL according to the Communicative Approach is necessary (1 year at least).

Native English speakers from the UK and US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or Ireland.


- a stable salary ranging from 40,000 up to 50,000 rubles (to be paid monthly) for 30 academic hours per week (after tax) depending on an applicant's education, experience and the interview results,

- 9 or 12 month contract,

- shared accommodation of high standard (within walking distance of the school. Both rent and bills (excluding Internet) PAID FOR BY THE SCHOOL),

- multiple-entry work visa, medical insurance and registration (paid for by the school),

- flight reimbursement is paid up to 20,000 rubles from UK/Europe to Moscow; 35,000 rubles from beyond Europe (the USA, Canada and etc.) to Moscow.

- a monthly bonus,

- free airport pick-up,

- free Russian language lessons with a certified Russian as a second language teacher,

- paid public holidays,

- 24-hour help in case of emergency,

- full academic support, supervision, mentoring and workshops,

- course and resource books in abundance.


Please send the following documents to us at the email address given on the job heading:


TEFL certificate

University diploma

Recent photo

Skype contact

Tel: +7(495)768-70-76



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.


There are several techniques to teach pronunciation, beyond the basic phonetics that I teach as a Kindergarten teacher. I worry that one of the greatest challenges for English Language Learners is that the English language is spoken by so many people with such different accents. Within a single country a word may be pronounced many, many different ways. It is hard to say which is 'correct'.This once more was difficult because my tendency is to use these tense correctly without ever thinking about what they do or don't do. However, it is important to learn these differences to be able to explain them to speakers of other languages. Clearly I will need to work hard when planning classes for the verb units, which are the ones I have struggled the most with so far in this course.