Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Do you need a break from the "same ole same ole"?
Are you ready to have a rewarding life adventure, travel and make some money?
Do you love meeting new people, discovering new cultures and having conversations?
Buckeye English is looking for teachers like you to join our team in Ukraine beginning March 12, 2016.
Since 2011, Buckeye English has provided useful, interesting and fun English language instruction to
corporations, language schools and individual students. Our programs are unique and we are passionate
about what we do because we know English can open up new opportunities for our clients. That's exciting!
The EU and Ukraine signed a historic trade agreement which means Ukraine has begun to modernize and
make reforms. English teachers are in high demand. As a native speaker, you are a "celebrity". We teach in a
safe region and do not travel to eastern Ukraine.
Buckeye English hires native English speakers from the US and Canada. We offer 3, 7, or 9-month contracts
as conversation English instructors in Dnipropetrovsk, the second largest city in Ukraine.
Classes are usually no more than 10 students. Our students are professionals in the 22-35 age range.
Students receive grammar instruction from Ukrainian teachers and practice speaking skills with native English
speakers. Your job is fun and conversation based! You have been speaking English your whole life: this
makes you an expert!
If you meet these essential requirements, please apply today:
•Native English speaker from the US or Canada
•2- or 4-year degree from an accredited US or Canadian college or university
•Ability to adapt to and appreciate a foreign culture
•Strong people, communication and presentation skills, creative, flexible, friendly and energetic attitude with
a high level of professionalism
•CELTA or other TEFL/TESL certification or equivalent experience
•Experience studying a foreign language - punctual, willingness to learn, international experience
•Teaching is primarily with corporate clients, IT companies, language schools and private lessons.
•10-20 hours per week, Monday-Friday, Saturday 1 or 2 classes. Sunday and Ukrainian holidays off.
•Your salary is based on your teaching load: 10-15 thousand Ukrainian Hryvnia (UAH) per month (this is a
good, upper-middle class salary for Ukraine and more than enough for all your living and entertainment
•Teacher support services include train station 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 Buckeye English
Skype interviews begin as soon as a candidate meets the above essential requirements. Only serious
candidates who are ready to travel to Ukraine are encouraged to apply. Email your resume and cover letter to
Andy Allinson, Hiring Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org