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Literature teacher position for native english speaker

Published: 2 Jun, 2020

Sichuan Education Association for International Exchange (SEAIE)

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China, Chengdu
Full time

Job title

Literature teacher position for native english speaker

Job description

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· Insurance: Group Accident and Health Insurance coverage

· Holidays: all the Chinese public holidays, plus two days for Thanksgiving and one week for Christma s.

· Vacation: Based on school calendar, at least Six weeks paid vacation per Annam, this is in addition to the Chinese holiday sched ule.
Fully paid on summer and winter vocation

· Sick Leave: 3 days with pay per semester

· Visa application fees

· Professional growth Opportunity

· Housing Allowance

· Round trip flight to Chengdu each year


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Bachelor's and Master& rsquo; s degree in subject field from reputable
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Secondary education, subject-specific field
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- Teaching experience
- Degree in any field
- Passport holders

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