Who wants to teach English in Russia Krasnodar as an ESL, TEFL instructor British Academic Centre
Interviewing for 2019/2020 academic school year.
B.A.C. British Academic Centre
B.A.C. British Academic Centre is the largest and most respected Language School in Krasnodar and the Krasnodar region. It offers job opportunities to qualified EFL teachers from all over the world. We provide a friendly and supportive working environment all our employees.
B.A.C. currently has 3 branches in the city and one in Novorossiysk and as well as one in Sochi.
We offer full-time and part-time 9 months contracts.
Points in the full time contract include:
5-day working week (workdays may be weekdays and weekends depending on the schedule), two days off per week. These may or may not be consecutive, 140 academic hours teaching per month. (1 academic hour = 45 minutes), 4 academic hours for stand-by teaching, placement testing, teachers' meetings, seminars, open days, conversation clubs, discussion clubs, English parties, promo-activities as part of the curriculum and/or plan of events of the Centre.
Shared accommodation provided by the Centre close to the office, reimbursement of 5 days of paid vacation plus all Russian national holidays.
Part-time contract include:
5-day working week (workdays may be weekdays and weekends depending on the schedule), two days off per week. These may or may not be consecutive. The amount of working hours shall be discussed with School Director. No accommodation provided by the Center No reimbursement of the flight and visa. No medical insurance expenses covered by the company. No paid vacation.
Requirements for native English speaking teachers:
University or College diploma.Certificate for TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, DELTA or equivalent.
Experience in teaching General English and Business English.
Able to work with children and adults. Preparation for international exams is a preferable.
The application should include the following:
University or College diploma
Certificate for TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, DELTA or equivalent.
Our website: www.bacstudy.com
Being prepared for your interview will help you greatly in the application process. Before your interview it is a good idea to think about why you want the job and what you can offer our company. Some questions that you should think about include:
What is your academic background? (Academic degrees, teaching qualifications)
What teaching experience and other work experience do you have?
Why did you decide to work as a teacher? What do/don’t you like about the teaching profession?
What courses can you teach? What age categories can you teach? (VYL, YL, teens, adults) What levels can you teach? (Beginners, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate, Advanced)? What Course books have you used? How will you involve students in the learning process?
How do you motivate students?
Why are you interested in this position?
You maybe also be asked about how you would explain a certain word to a certain group or how you would explain a particular grammar point to a particular level, so you may wish to spend some time thinking about how you do this.
Daniel Rennie, English Teacher, worked here from September 2014-July 2015
I've lived and worked in Russia for quite a while now (I spent 4 years in Krasnodar) and out of all the places I worked in I worked in Krasnodar, this school was by far the best. I worked in the Yubileniy branch and I can't think of a bad thing to say about it. The school itself was a very nice place to work, I was always paid on time, the students were great and, most importantly, the staff there are absolutely fantastic. They're really supportive and friendly, always willing to offer a helping hand and really make an effort to help you settle in.
I genuinely loved working here and leaving was probably one of the hardest decisions I've ever had to make in my life.