My husband & I moved to Berlin just wanting to experience life abroad and continue to develop his language skills (he is a German major).
He found work fairly quickly through an unconventional route. It was American football season and we found a bar that showed the games. we started frequenting the games and made friends, American, German, etc that connected us with where they worked. He became an English teacher at a sprachcenter for children and though it is not a well payed job at first, he has enjoyed it. I found work writing online travel guides by checking English listings on Craigslist.
This allowed us to scrape together a living in very cheap Berlin, but in other cities, like Munich, you might need more income. Working at a bigger school (especially with your training) should be useful. I would also, of course, recommend learning as much german as possible before leaving. If you wait till you are there, the volkshochschule offers intensive courses for around 150euros a course. For more information, log onto http://www.mvhs.de/
Here is a list of sites to find work:
: a listing of various jobs in Munich
: focuses on multi-lingual jobs in Munich
: a listing of low-level, freelance/part-time jobs
: a website that offers English speaking jobs in Germany, mainly Munich
: a listing of jobs for foreigners along with advice on salaries, terms and conditions etc
: a listing of English speaking jobs in the Netherlands
: an overview of head hunters, salaries and jobs across various sectors
hope that helps! Prost