Regular Vacancies For EFL Teachers in Russia

Date posted:2012-10-22 | Writer: Language Link | Email: [email protected]

Language Link Russia is the largest provider of educational services in Russia today. With over 200 native speaking teachers in its employ in over 50 locations throughout Russia, Language Link has regular opportunities for TEFL course graduates.  

Language Link students come in all ages (mainly adults and with differing levels of language proficiency). Our students are also taught in classes of varying sizes: one to one and small groups (6-8). For these reasons Language Link offers its teachers on-going academic support in anticipation of the academic challenges that they will encounter during their time as teachers. Each year, especially in September, January and June, Language Link offers employment to over 150 native-speaking teachers. If you are planning your next teaching assignment and it coincides with either September, January or June, then  contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading for information about our application process. 
In order to apply for a position as an EFL Teacher with Language Link, you must hold a certificate or diploma in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Language (TESOL) or an equivalent qualification from a programme of between 100 and 120 hours in length and incorporating 6 – 8 hours of practical classroom teaching.
Language Link offers its teachers a full benefit package, not simply a salary. This package includes a competitive salary, company paid income taxes, free accommodation (or salary supplement if the teachers has his/ her own accommodation), travel allowance, paid holiday, full visa support and as importantly, on-going academic support.

Tel: +7 (495) 730-6399

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.


The idea behind this unit was to demonstrate good and bad instruction behaviors. There was a marked difference in the attitude of the instructor and the students in the different videos. Having a positive attitude, engaging the students, and bridging the elements of the lesson together all build up the confidence of the students and allow for clearer communication and better retention of the lesson.English is a complex language with many specific rules regarding tenses. The mastery of these tenses is the difference between being understood and being fluent. Common mistakes in verb tense make learners sound like non-native speakers and can cloud understanding. A teacher's ability to understand the mechanics of the English language will be beneficial in assisting students to master the language.