English Teacher

Published: 15 Oct, 2020

Shane English School Jiangyin

ThomasCodieFleming@gmail.com
China, Jiangyin
Full time

Job title

English Teacher

Job description

ESL English Teacher in China,

Teach English as a second language to children aged 3-18.

Contracts are based on 18-20 hours teaching per week (90 hours in a month) and 8 administrative hours per week.

Any hours taught over 90 in a month will be paid extra at the end of that month

Salary and benefits

Our one-year salary package includes;
-15,000– 17,500 RMB starting salary depending on experience and qualifications
-10,000 RMB end of contract bonus
-A month paid holidays throughout the year
-Airport pick up and transportation to accommodation upon arrival in China
-A week of paid training and observations of classes before starting teaching
-Weekly Chinese lessons can be arranged
-Health insurance
-Ongoing support throughout the year

Requirements

All applicants must be:

1. A native English speaker
2. A Bachelors degree
3. TEFL certification
4. No criminal record
5. A clean bill of health.
6. Be a citizen of the UK, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa.

How to apply

Please message me directly with your resume if you're interested.

ThomasCodieFleming@gmail.com

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