Join us to be part of an international organisation that works in more than 100 countries and changes lives around the world. 

We work in two ways – directly with individuals to transform their lives, and with governments and partners to make a bigger difference for the longer term.

You will be encouraged to pursue your personal and professional development via training, on-the-job-coaching and individual study. We offer flexible working patterns and other benefits such as the ones listed below:

  • SZÉP card fringe benefit system;
  • Home Internet reimbursement;
  • Regular training opportunities;
  • Full base salary paid for up to 15 days of sick leave per year;
  • Complementary payment in case of long-term sick leave after one year of service.

We want the British Council to be an inclusive place to work. We aim to create opportunities and reduce barriers for everyone, particularly under-represented groups. We are committed to making sure there is no unjustified discrimination in our processes for recruitment and selection, performance management and pay, and that promotion and retention is fairly granted across all our operations.

Freelance teachers

Freelance teachers are central to the teaching mix and are expected to work professionally to deliver high quality classes and support the centre. Freelance teachers are required to have a Czech business licence and to invoice the British Council monthly for work done.

The centre can offer reliable, well-paid and varied freelance work plus excellent development opportunities through our active and funded external training and INSETT programmes. We are particularly interested in teachers who can teach young learners weekday afternoons and are available to teach on Saturday mornings. 

Position 1 - More information about the post and how to apply can be found here

Position 2 - More information about the post and how to apply can be found here 

Position 3 - More information about the post and how to apply can be found here 

Position 4 - More information about the post and how to apply can be found here 

LMS Manager – Full time, located either in Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland or Romania, depending on where the successful candidate is based, definite or indefinite contract (as per local standards and legislation)

Job aim:

Overall responsibility for the development, configuration and on-going administration of learning management systems (LMS) to deliver courseware in support of the English SBU Strategy. The role works within a clearly defined budget and timescale to achieve results through applying specialist knowledge in eLearning and the deployment of LMSs. To manage a team of LMS administrators and internal stakeholders to ensure a high quality learning experience for customers. To take responsibility for the account management of a diverse group of external partners and suppliers.

More information about the post and about how to apply is to be found here

Starting date: August/September 2021 

Deadline for applications: Sunday 25 July 2021 23:59 UK time