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Native English (preferred) speaking governor/ tutor for B7 and B9 in Moscow, 1000gbp/ week

Published: 27 Mar, 2018
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Job title

Governor/ tutor for B7 and B9

Job description

A family residing on the outskirts of Moscow close to Rublevka are looking for a native English speaking (preferred) British (ideally) governor, ideally aged 23-36, to work with their two​ sons 7 and 9 years old.

The children already speak English fluently. The family would like to hire experienced staff who have teaching qualifications, and have taught English as second language. The candidate should be well presented, positive and sporty. Knowledge of a musical instrument would also be beneficial.

The family are looking for a governess ready to work up to 50 hours a week, 5 days a week. The 2 days off are to be negotiated, and the family can provide an apartment close to their residence for the right candidate if necessary. Travel with the family is a big part of this position, with regular trips to France, Italy, the Seychelles and occasionally other parts of Russia.

Salary and benefits

Salary from 1000 gbp per week
• Separate accommodation provided
• International travel


• Native English speaker (preferred, ideally male with British accent)
• Experience in a similar role
• University degree
• Teaching experience
• Strong role model
• Be prepared to travel with the family when required
• Engaging and fun individual

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Please go to and apply quoting job reference CAZ002.

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