Job for Enthusiastic EFL Teachers in Russia

Date posted:2018-08-09 | Writer: Talisman Language Schools | Email: [email protected]

Talisman Language School has been operating 28 years and now has a network of of 12 language centers in Russia. Our Yekaterinburg center is looking for enthusiastic and motivated native level EFLTeachers to teach General English and exam preparation courses to children and adults. We are currently offering full-time positions for 2018 (September) - 2019 (June) period.


·         Candidates must be native level speakers of English;

·         Hold TKT, CELTA, TESOL, TEFL or equivalent;

·         Have at least 1 year's EFL teaching experience (no teaching experience is required for those who are currently studying)

·         Be open-minded and easy-going with great team spirit

Talisman is also a certified Preparation Centre for Cambridge ESOL (the best internal examination centre 2016-2017) and a certified ETS Global partner for the administration of the TOEIC family of tests. Everybody who's had the Talisman experience will agree that the relaxing, caring, and family-like atmosphere is one of the company's greatest advantages.


- accommodation in Yekaterinburg

- a competitive salary

- friendly atmosphere and competent adaptation and support system

- a ticket is fully covered

- full visa support throughout the contract period


If you are interested in getting a job in Yekaterinburg, please contact us at the email address given on the job heading.  

TEL: +7 (343) 357-90-32

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.


one of the major points of this unit was to make us aware of the importance of selecting the vocabulary that will be taught, and even an example of how it could be taught. What will be important in the future will to be able to find a way to use these different lessons in an order so that what the students learn can be built upon appropriately, and so that they do not become bored.This unit explores many different aspects of classroom management. Topics covered include classroom arrangement, establishing rapport with your students and how to use your voice effectively. It also refers to the complex subject of classroom discipline. Recall the previous class experience, I learned practical ways to manage a class and understand where I should work on to improve.