I am really interested to work in Ukraine as secondary modern teacher.
May, it is allowed to introduce myself in short lines. For more than 15 years I work for several institutions in the European Union as German Trainer for Business German, German as foreign language, e-learning, virtual trainings and scenario technique, e.g. Den Haag (Constantijn Huygens Institute), London (Economic Research Council) and Bordeaux (Goethe Institute) and actually for TUI Cruises on board of "Mein Schiff" to teach the international housekeeping-, restaurant-, bar- and casino-crew, so, I know how to introduce communicative, situative task-based scenarios centred around communication skills, how to introduce e-learning concepts and how to create, write and introduce (intercultural) role-plays.
Before I worked for RWE in Essen, one of the biggest energy groups in Europe as communication and language trainer for Business German and German as a foreign language.
I always was inspired visiting countries and meet people. Maybe it is because of my spontaneousness, openness and intercultural abilities in discovering other people, because nothing is more exciting than the person in its unique individuality, landscape and history.
I work extremely aim-oriented and result-oriented and consider in my action the relation of expenditure and use. It is easy for me to penetrate a subject or problem fast and thoroughly and to win a comprehensive overview. Also from complicated information and data I draw quickly suitable conclusions and judge circumstances and solutions realistically, well-balanced and differentiated.
I dispose of some experience in organisation and management by the university apprenticeship, can set priorities and keep the overview, even if it is hectically. I have continuously learnt the german language as a craft, and it is easy according to me to formulate contents appropriate for addressee and mediate.
Besides, I am married with an ukrainian woman. In 2004 we married in Mariupol, where she was living with her family, friends and relatives. We are going to visit her family once a year for 6 weeks, so, I know something about the country and the people there.
Finally, I studied Intercultural Education, so, I know about specific cultural differences with a special impact on building working relationships–including the approach to relationship-building, teamwork, types of communication, motivating people and customary codes of behaviour between Germany and EU countries.
I would like to support the team with fresh ideas, high motivation and good interpersonal skills. I really enjoy working together with multi-cultural teams and appreciates the helpfulness of my colleagues. It would be a great pleasure to consolidate your special position in teaching German language and to maximize the grade of quality and professionalism. I would be very proud to get a new area of responsibility, the enlargement of the social and communicative competence and amplification of the professional and family experience in changed surroundings.
I hope you will consider my application and if you require further information, do not hesitate to contact me. Unfortunately, I can not send my references and documents right now, because in Ukraine I do not have these things yet, so, I could send everything to you back in Germany.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Thank you for your time and consideration.