Are you looking for opportunities to realise your potential and develop both professionally and personally?



We at Savvy set an ambitious goal to deliver more than just Corporate English classes. We understand that as teachers we have the chance to support and inspire, to help team members learn each other better and build trust, improve intra and extra team communication, to develop critical thinking skills and raise self-awareness.



Does it resonate with your values?

We are always open to teachers who share common aspirations with us. 



What are the advantages of working with us:
  • you start with an initial training in using coaching and neuroscience in teaching English;
  • we put you into IT context so that you can understand the mindset of people you teach and speak the same language with them,
  • you have your Personal Development Plan and a mentor who constantly gives you feedback and helps you grow;
  • you can become a coach, a Business trainer, and even launch your own project;
  • you work with interesting clients (corporate group lessons and individual lessons with managers, specialists and business owners);
  • you become part of a team of life-changers (we will tell you later what it means)).
Who are we looking for?
  • an enthusiastic English teacher with C1 and higher level of English;

  • qualifications like CELTA, DELTA, TKT, etc are great, but we hire people not the certificates, so we will look at who you are, your real skills and readiness to develop;

  • a person with a proactive approach to life happy to accept challenges and seeing opportunities everywhere.

Sounds too good to be true?

Well, you can talk to any member of our team to check if it works or simply join us and start building a great future together.

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Contact

Well, you can talk to any member of our team to check if it works or simply join us and start building a great future together.

Anna Krasilnik

Anna Krasilnik

Head of Corporate English

Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.