ESL Teachers Needed for Universities in Sichuan Province


9 November, 2023

China, Sichuan Province

Job Type
Full time

Job title
ESL Teacher

Job description

These are University Teaching Positions in urban and suburban areas of Sichuan Province. You will be teaching mainly oral English, 5 days per week with two days off on weekends, with no more than 16 hours face-to-face teaching per week and little or no office hours.

* Less Working Hours
* Less Stress
* Respected by Students
* More time to Experience China and Sichuan

Salary and benefits

* Salary and benefits package from 10k – 15k RMB, depending on experience and qualifications
* Free accommodation or housing allowance provided
* Airport Pickup
* Flight allowances upon completion of contract
* Free Visa Guidance


For this role you must:

* Be a Native English speaker from the UK, USA, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa
* Hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher
* Have a TEFL certification or two years teaching experience
* Have a clean criminal record check

How to apply

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