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English teacher for 12-18 years old students in Shenzhen

Published: 13 Dec, 2019

Haida Education
China, Shenzhen
Full time

Job title

Public Middle/High School Teacher

Job description

Plent of English teaching positions in middle/high school in Shenzhen in the south of China, the city without winter for the whole year.

Located in Nanshan district, Shenzhen, Guangdong province of China

8am-12pm, 2-5:30pm, no office hours

Age group: 12-15, 15-18 yrs

Salary and benefits

Salary: RMB15,000 to 18,000 monthly

+ Accommodation on campus or RMB3,000 housing allowance
+ Reimbursement on degree notarization/authentication, provide working permit and invitation
+ Free working meals
+ Fully paid winter vacation and 11 days Chinese holiday
+ Sightseeing activities once a month
+ Medical and accident insurance
+ Performance bonus RMB 6000 per year
+ Air ticket RMB 8000 per year
+ Settle down assistance
+ Teaching training monthly
+ Free mandarin class once a week


• Bachelor degree or higher
• TEFL certificate
• Native English teacher preferred

How to apply

Please send following to -

• Resume
• Cover letter
• Copy of certificate

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