ESL Position in China, more than 10K RMB/month, in big citiesBestlearning Published: December 11, 2015
Welcome to our teaching team. Whether you are a student trying to gain academic credit, degrees or working experience; a professional teacher looking for a new teaching position; or a retiree who wants to revive your life in an exotic destination, we have many teaching programs that will meet anyone's demands.
We have more than 70 candidate positions available all over the provinces in China. The 2016 program will start in January with a one-week training course for newcomers in the Beijing Office Center. We request candidates to be here one or two days in advance for orientation and training.
- 2-12 years old students
- 35 hours/week, including teaching hours and office hours, two days off
- Less than 15 students per class
- Chinese assistant
- Advanced teaching equipment
- Complete curriculum system
- 8,500~10,000 RMB monthly after tax
- 3,000 RMB per month housing allowance for the position in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen; 2,000 RMB per month in Changsha
- 35/50/80 teaching rate/hour
- TEFL provided for the position in Beijing
- 6,000 RMB bonus after finish one year contract
- Working visa provided as long as you are qualified for the working visa
- 10,000 RMB airfare allowance after one year contract
- 5 days in Beijing for free training, paid
- 15 days of free hotels
- Free airport pick
- Paid public holidays
QUALIFICATIONS for the new teachers:
- One year contract, at least
- English speaker (Native English Speaker Preferred)
- No requirement for degree or teaching experience, but you will get more if you have
- Formal teaching qualifications are desirable, but not strictly required
- Aged from 20-40 years old
Materials needed to Apply
If you are interested and qualified, please send a resume, recent photo, and your scanned passport photo page to my email.
Or contact me via Skype for more details. Skype ID is alma.zhao, but Skype name is Tina.
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