Native English Teachers in Kindergarten and Primary Schools in Hong Kong

Published: 25 Oct, 2017

English Education Services (HK)

Visit website    recruit@eeshk.com
Full time

Job description

We work with Munsang College (Kindergarten and Primary Sections) providing them with English courses and activities that supplement the school curriculum. We currently have 2 positions for the 2017/2018 academic year working in the kindergarten with K1 (3-4yrs). Positions start Nov/Dec and run through to July 2018 (with on-the-job training provided).

Classes cover all skills with an emphasis on reading, phonics and conversation.

We are looking for positive, confident and energetic native English speakers to join our team of over 20 teachers.

Salary and benefits

Salary starting from $21,700 (exc. accommodation) or from $13,000 (inc. fully furnished serviced apartment with pool & gym)

• Completion bonus ($6,000)
• Holiday set around Xmas, Chinese New Year and Easter (+ public holidays)
• Medical
• Visa provided

Requirements

Applicants should:
• hold a degree
• have an EFL teaching certificate e.g. CELTA, TESOL, TEFL
• be familiar with British English (spellings, pronunciation & grammar)

How to apply

Interested applicants should send their CV and cover letter to the HR Manager at: recruit@eeshk.com

Those shortlisted will be sent our information sheets which give details about the posts & the remuneration package.

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