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Come Teach English in Poland!

Published: 30 Mar, 2019

English Wizards

Visit website   hello@englishwizards.org
Poland, Various Cities
Full and part time

Job title

TEFL Teacher

Job description

English Wizards is looking for qualified Native English Teachers to join our community of teachers all over Poland. We work with a diverse range of language schools and private clients giving our teachers the opportunity to teach a wide assortment of classes. This includes, but is not limited to:

• Small-group conversational classes
• Beginner and intermediate classes for kids and teens
• Bilingual kids programs, preschools, and summer camps
• Onsite Business English classes for companies
• Private tutoring with students of all ages and abilities

We provide all of our teachers (Wizards as we like to call ourselves) with access to our entire database of teaching materials at the click of a button and 24/7 support to ensure that you are as prepared as possible for every class.

The fact that we are a community of teachers and not a physical school also allows your schedule to be extremely flexible. Simply let us know what hours and how much you´d like to work, and we´ll schedule your classes around that! Also want to take a week or two off to travel? No problem! Most incoming Wizards will be offered a set of "core" hours (between 15 and 25 per week), and then upon showing good performance will have the opportunity to pick up additional hours if they wish.

We hire teachers and accept applications on a rolling basis to match our constant need to fill open teaching positions. Typically, there are some positions open for immediate start, and others that will start at the beginning of the semester (September and March, and June for summer camps). As such, feel free to apply at any time of the year. Just let us know when you will like to start, and we will let you know what openings we have.

We are willing to hire qualified EU and non-EU passport holders. This is a great opportunity for those without EU citizenship looking to Teach English and legally work in Europe!

Salary and benefits

We offer a competitive rate of pay of between 30 and 60 PLN per teaching hour depending on your job and qualifications. Most of our teachers who work full time earn well over 4000 PLN (about €1000) per month. On top of your salary, we offer a wide range of benefits and support that you'll usually only find on expensive teach abroad programs including:

• Pre-departure support
• Arrival and accommodation assistance
• Work permit and visa support
• Onsite training and 24/7 support
• Access to our exclusive database of lesson plans and teaching materials
• Regular social events

We do not offer free accommodation, but we can help you arrange accommodation to meet your needs and budget. Rent in Poland is extremely cheap, you can easily live in the city center for under 1000 PLN per month.

Requirements

All teachers must be native English speakers. We can accept non-natives on a case-by-case basis assuming that you can speak English at a native level of fluency and have a clear accent. Applicants of all nationalities are welcome to apply - we pride ourselves on having a diverse community of teachers from every corner of the globe. Currently our teachers come from 12 countries and 5 continents.

At the bare minimum, you must possess at least ONE of the following requirements:

• A TEFL, CELTA, or equivalent (or be willing to obtain one)
• At least one year of prior teaching experience

As we work with such a wide variety of schools and offer a range of positions, we do not ask for any additional requirements, although the more qualifications you have, the higher paying of position we will be able to offer you.

How to apply

Apply on our website OR email us your CV and a cover letter

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