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Non-native/native English teacher wanted urgently in Shenzhen

Published: 13 Mar, 2019

Shenzhen Middle School
China, Shenzhen
Full time

Job title

Public School English teacher

Job description

Non-native English speaker wanted in Shenzhen, a coastal city closed to Hong Kong.

Starts ASAP, less than 16 teaching hours per week, flexible office hour, allowing you relax and explore the worldwide. We provide you free Mandarin class per week, you will get more knowledge about China.

Job summary
• Location: Futian or Luohu district or Longgang, Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China
• Contract term: one academic year, starts ASAP
• Courses: English, subject
• Student age: 6-12, 13-15 years old
• Work days: Mondays to Fridays. two days off on weekends
• Work hours: 8am-12pm, 2pm -5:30pm, up to 16 teaching hours per week, office hours are flexible

Salary and benefits

Salary: RMB 9000-10,000 monthly.

Accommodation: three options:
a) Provided by school
b) Apartment rent allowance of RMB 3000 monthly
c) Hotel room

• Vacation: fully paid one month winter vacation, fully paid 11 days Chinese public holidays
• Airfare allowance: RMB 5000 each semester
• Medical and accident insurance provided
• Tour in China: twice a year, arranged by employer
• Working permit and invitation: yes
• Degree notarization / authentication: reimbursed
• Chinese Mandarin classes: once a week
• Site-seeing activities: once a month
• Airport pick up and settling-in assistance


• 2 years teaching experience preferred
• Bachelor degree or above, major in any subject, such as English, Chemistry, Art, Math, etc.
• Native or non-native English speaker as long as you have a good accent
• TEFL certificate

How to apply

Contact email:
Phone: (86) 158 2749 1525

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