Jobs for Enthusiastic EFL Teachers in Moscow, Russia

Date posted:2018-01-03 | Writer: Smile English School | Email: [email protected]

Smile English School provides English lessons for children aged 1-6 years. We are currently looking for enthusiastic TEFL qualified candidates who eager to work with kids and want to join our Moscow team from February 2018. This position is for English teachers from UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa with at least 1-2 years of experience. Preferences are given to female teachers.

Certificate in the field of child development (nannies and governesses) is a competitive advantage!

Position will give you a chance to grow as a professional, get ongoing support from experienced team, gain international practice and deep dive into Russian culture.  You will deliver group and private classes. During the class teachers motivate children to speak, play active games, explain basics of English grammar, watch and discuss cartoons.  Classes take place in our office or student’s house in Moscow and in the Moscow region.

We guarantee the contract, visa support, help with accommodation if necessary, academic and culture support, Russian lessons and friendly working atmosphere. Salary depends on the interview results and starts from $1500.


Give it a go! Apply to the email address given on the job heading with a CV, photo and cover letter.  

TEL: +7 (495) 278-08-79

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.


This unit was a lot of fun and reminded me of my days as a student learning German. Minor changes in punctuation or alternative modal verbs can make a huge difference in how one is perceived by a native speaker. Without a good understanding of all the nuances associated with a modal verb, one could easily come across as harsh, rude, or blunt, despite having the nicest of intentions.The first unit of this course introduces the content of all six units into which the course is divided. It describes how the course works and how to proceed through the entire course, lays out the course design and objectives, explains general terminology and defines the term “young learners.” The unit concludes with an overview of employment opportunities for TEFL teachers.