Job Teaching Young Learners English in Switzerland

Date posted:2018-04-27 | Writer: Wall Street English | Email: [email protected]

The Swiss Learning Group is an educational organisation that has taught languages to more than 10,000 students per year since 1986. Wall Street English is the best known brand of the group, and is present in 28 different countries. Our 8 English language schools in Switzerland are located in city centres, close to railway stations, and therefore easily accessible whatever your means of transportation.  We have in immediate opportunity for a TEFL qualified teacher in our Lausanne school close to Lake Geneva.

We are looking for someone who is flexible, interested in working with students at different language levels/abilities and willing to work part-time hours and especially during intensive holiday periods such as Easter, all summer (July/August) and autumn. This person would also be on-call to cover sick teachers or teachers on vacation during the school year for Young Swiss Learners.


You are a TEFL/TESOL qualified, English mother tongue language teacher who is committed to delivering fun, practical lessons centered on student communication and confidence. You also have a good level of English, previous teaching experience and an enjoyment of different cultures developed through your travels.

You also have a valid work permit for Switzerland.

Full training will be provided.


Please send an email with your CV, cover letter & picture to Katie Bokan Smith at the email address given on the job heading.

We are always looking for talented and motivated new teachers who can contribute to our success.

Wall Street English,

Rue du Simplon 34,

1006 Lausanne,


TEL: 021 614 66 14

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.


Preparation is key to planning a lesson. By documenting a lesson plan, it keeps a record of what the class has done so far, the objectives of the lesson for both the learners and the teacher, anticipate problems and solutions as well as time estimations for each lesson task. Also the planning of subsequence lessons will allow for more flexibility, revision and balance to the lessons.With conditionals it can be quite confusing when using \"If/When,\" when writing. I find speaking in conditional form is much easier than writing. While learning this unit I have a better understand of all form of conditionals. I find reported speech is a little difficult and bit confusing, as I mention about conditional forms, speaking is much easier than writing in reported speech.