- You must have a CELTA, Trinity TESOL, or equivalent initial teaching qualification
- The role is open only to those with the right to work in the EU.
- Mastery of English at CEFR level C2/IELTS band 9 or above.
- Experience of teaching Young Learners and Teenagers is an advantage.
We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated teachers with EU citizenship + CELTA/CertTESOL who want to pursue teaching English as their career and are looking for teacher development. The position will start in September 2020 and will last until 30th June 2021 (with the possibility of staying on for the 2021/22 academic year). International House Torun has an excellent reputation for its continuous professional development that it offers its teachers. Come and be part of our team!
*DUE TO VISA CONSTRAINTS WE CAN ONLY CONSIDER APPLICATIONS FROM EU CITIZENS.
If you are looking to develop as a teacher, then IH Torun is the school to work at. We offer teacher development sessions once a week as well as weekly free basic conversational Polish lessons with a qualified Polish teacher. You will be teaching up to 25 teaching hrs of English (25 x 45 mins) each week in a fun, friendly and supportive school. Your classes will include a mixture of Young Learners (10-12) as well as teenagers (13-17) and a couple of adult 1-2-1 or group classes at a variety of CEFR levels.
There is no weekend teaching, though on some Saturdays (no more than 4 a year) you'll be involved in some social events.
We welcome enthusiastic teachers who have some experience, though newly-qualified will also be considered.
Flights: We cover return flights from within Europe with a low-cost airline. The one way inbound flight is reimbursed at the start of the contract and the outbound return flight is reimbursed at the end of the contract.
Accommodation: Accommodation is provided in a single room in a shared flat (shared with one other teacher). The flat is a 20 mins walk away from the school. All flats are modern and fully-furnished.
Holiday: Poland has quite a few holidays (e.g. Christmas, Easter, the 2-week winter break, 1st/3rd May, etc). You will be paid the full monthly salary regardless of your time off for these holidays