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English Teachers - Dnepropetrovsk, Kharkov, Donetsk, and others
Date 2013-06-02 10:06:30 Location : Europe
AEC employs native English speakers from the US and Canada for 8- to 12-month contracts as conversational English instructors. AEC is the largest English school in Ukraine, with over fifty native speakers teaching in seven cities: Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Kharkiv, Kyiv, Luhansk, Odessa, and Zaporizhzhye.
AEC offers small classes of no more than 12 students. Our students are teenagers and adults ages twelve years and older; the majority are professionals in the 18-35 age range. Students receive grammar instruction from Ukrainian teachers and practice speaking skills with native English speakers.
We have several openings for a start date of July 3 and a limited number of positions opening up in August, September, and October. To ensure a timely reply, please indicate your desired start date in the subject line of your email.
• Native English speakers from the US and Canada
• 3- or 4-year degree from an accredited US or Canadian college or university
• Willingness to teach at any of our 13 branches in central and eastern Ukraine
• CELTA or other TEFL/TESL certification or equivalent experience
• Experience studying a foreign language
• Coursework in linguistics, second language acquisition, or related areas
• International experience
• Teaching is primarily in 4-6 hour blocks at a fixed location, but corporate work may also be required
• 26 standard student-contact hours per week, Sunday-Thursday; mostly evening hours
• Approximately $1000 (USD) per month
• Several bonus systems in place, including a student retention bonus
• Teacher support services including airport pickup, free introductory Russian language tutoring, and a mobile phone loaned to teachers
• Travel to and from Ukraine and visa-related expenses are the teacher’s responsibility and are not paid or reimbursed by the school