For B5 in Summer
A Russian family, well recommended to us, is seeking a temporary Governor/Governess from mid June to the end of August 2019 for their son aged 5. The family is currently looking into where they will spend the summer months, possibly Turkey or somewhere in Europe, however they are yet to decide.
The governor or governess shall spend 5 days per week 8-10 hours daily with the boy teaching him English through fun and engaging age appropriate activities inside and outside of the home. The boy is very active and energetic, therefore a candidate that enjoys running around, playing football and genuinely likes high energy activities daily would be a good fit for the boy. The ideal candidate will work well within a team as he/she shall be working alongside the family’s current nanny as well as family members throughout this period.
The boy knows some basic English vocabulary and the family is hoping for him to improve in English and feel comfortable learning the English language in a natural environment, whereby he is looking forward to playing and learning with the governor/governess.
A person with a cheerful disposition is sought that is also organised, with previous experience working in private families, preferably overseas although not necessary.
The salary on offer is from £1000 net per week. The accommodation will be either provided wihting thier home – separate bedroom and bathroom, or a separate apartment. This will depend on where they decide to visit during the summer months. A return flight shall be covered by the family to the employees home destination.
The family is ready to start interviewing candidates immediately either by video call or in person if the candidate already resides in Moscow.
- Fluent English speaker
- 3+ years of experience
- Experience teaching English as a second language
- Excellent previous references
- Up to date Police Check/DBS
- Salary £1000 net per week
- Live-in or live-out accommodation
- Return flight
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