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Native English Teachers needed for local schools in Hong Kong

Published: 15 Jan, 2019


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Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Full and part time

Job title

Native English Teacher (NET) / ESL Teacher

Job description

• Teach at secondary schools/ primary schools/ kindergartens/ learning centres in Hong Kong
• Provide an authentic environment for children to learn English
• Lead and organise English activities outside the classroom
• Develop lesson plans and teaching materials
• Collaborate with local teachers and the school's English Panel

Salary and benefits

• Career support and consultation
• Opportunities for full-time and part-time teaching in various institutions
• Teacher induction, training and development sessions
• Occasional cultural excursions and social activities
• Working visa sponsorship
• A competitive salary


A successful applicant has to be:
• A native speaker of English
• Passionate about educating children and youth
• A holder of university degree (in any subject)
• In possession of teaching-related qualifications (e.g.TEFL/TESOL Certificate, CELTA and PGCE/PGDE in English)

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