Teachers of English Required in Saint Petersburg, Russia

Date posted:2017-05-25 | Writer: Lexica Centre | Email: [email protected]

Lexica is a well-established language school located in the cultural capital of Russia. We are committed to providing the highest quality of foreign language tuition in a friendly and welcoming environment. At the moment we have an urgent opening for experienced, qualified, native level EFL teacher starting from September 2017.

Applicants should have a qualification that includes teaching practice (TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, DELTA, etc.) or two years teaching experience. You should expect to teach a mixture of kids, teens and adults at a variety of levels. Teaching exam preparation classes and in-company groups is also possible.


We offer a good basic salary for a 24 x academic hour schedule, plus overtime - so your workload and earnings are flexible to suit - from 50000 to 90000 rubles per month net of tax is typical. The package includes paid holiday, medical insurance, visa and registration support. Accommodation can be arranged as required. Standard contracts starting from September are for 9-months, which can be extended.


If interested, please send a cover letter and your CD to the Director of Studies at the email address given on the job heading.

LEXICA Centre of European Languages

Ligovsky prospect 73



Russian Federation

Telephone: +7-812-5755720

Fax: +7-812-7641692

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.


These videos proved to be very enlightening because it put into perspective as to the little things that a teacher should do when in the classroom. Even simple things like making sure to speak slowly and clearly and smile to the class make a huge difference in the learners' reception of the lesson. Also it should be presented in a fun and comfortable way to ensure everyone participates.This unit reviewed different strategies for arranging class activities to maximize the amount of time students speak and to best integrate time for corrections and practicing new words and concepts. I found this unit extremely helpful because it not only presented clear strategies for arranging lessons, but it also gave suggestions for new engaging activities that I had not seen before.