Looking For English Teachers in ChinaAston VILLAI English Published: December 3, 2015
Competitive salary, up to 7,000-9,000 RMB for a regular contract
- Full work visa
- Free accommodation
- Free four hours of Chinese lessons per week
- Free airport pick up and free insurance
- Plenty of free time
- Ongoing training and support
- Paid holidays
- Opportunities for career advancement
Living and teaching in China can be an amazing endeavor and we understand one of the reasons you come to China is for the unique experience this fascinating country offers.
Teaching with Aston gives you ample time to learn Mandarin, enjoy the cuisine China is famous for and travel and explore around this culturally rich nation all the while gaining valuable international experience. Teaching with Aston English also offers you the chance of a unique personal and career opportunity.
We can offer you the chance to develop a career with Aston in one of the world’s most important dynamic and fastest growing economies. Aston takes pride in the fact all our management team, trainers, recruiters, curriculum designers etc, have all come from initial teaching experience with Aston.
We are looking for native speakers of English from USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand Ireland and South Africa.
You must have a university degree (in any subject), TEFL Certificate, clean criminal record and be between 23 and 45 years of age.
Aston English’s student body consists mostly of students between the ages of 4 to 15 so you must enjoy the idea of teaching children and be enthusiastic and fun loving.
Materials needed to Apply
We have a simple and efficient recruitment procedure with Recruitment Professionals with you each step of the way.
Get your job now and speed up the application process by emailing your resume, college/university degree, TEFL/TEOSL Certificate, recent photo and your passport information page to the Aston English Recruitment Department .
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