Online Tutoring-Shanghai or BeijingOpportunity China Published: May 21, 2015
Our client is one of the most reputable English language schools in China. Their operations have recently expanded to include the delivery of online tutoring. English tutors deliver lessons to working professionals (typically age 25-40) across China via skype, from the comfort of centrally based offices in either Shanghai or Beijing.
The company offer excellent career progression opportunities, and relocation opportunities.
- Conduct online lessons according to the methodology.
- Prepare and teach classes online as scheduled.
- Give feedback to students
- Help students reach the level of English established in their learning objective.
- Provide advice and assistance to students in the classroom.
- Be flexible to teach or support in multiple centers within the same city.
- Promote and preserve a pleasant and courteous atmosphere in the Centre and Online.
The successful candidates will be expected to work some evenings and weekends, and will have two consecutive days off each week. Teachers work for 35 hours a week, typically delivering 25 hours of teaching with 10 office hours.
RMB16000- 17000 (£1600- £1700) monthly salary
Possible RMB500 monthly performance bonus
‘Z’ work visa provided
End of contract flight reimbursement
Full Coverage medical insurance
6-10 nights hotel upon arrival; help finding an apartment
RMB10,000 interest free loan to cover initial apartment deposit and rent
11 days of Chinese national holiday plus 10 days of paid leave
Mandarin Chinese lessons
Airport pick up
One week of intensive training on arrival
- 2 years of teaching experience
- TEFL/ TESOL/ CELTA
- Excellent candidates with less than 2 years of experience may be considered if they hold a CELTA qualification.
- Successful candidates will be sociable, dynamic, inspiring, energetic, and organised.
Materials needed to Apply
Please apply online at www.opportunity-china.com/apply
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