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University English Teacher - less than 16 teaching class + full paid 60 days vacation

Published: 22 Jan, 2019

Jianghan University
China, Wuhan
Full time

Job title

University English Teacher

Job description

We are looking for excellent university English teacher.

Teach English to adults, 16 classes with 3.5 days per week, full paid 60 days vacation, starts in Feb. 2019, allowing you more time to travel worldwide and relax.

Job Summary
• Location: Wuhan
• Age: 18-22 years
• One academic year contract, starting Feb 2019
• Weekends off, 16 teaching periods per week, 3-4 days work average, could be less (according to schedule)


Native English speaker with a bachelor degree or higher.

Salary and benefits

RMB 8500-9000 monthly after tax (bachelor degree)
RMB 9500-10,000 monthly after tax (master degree)

• RMB 10,000-15,000 airfare allowance and RMB 3000 travel allowance per year
• Provide free work lunch and independent apartment
• Accident and health insurance provided
• Full paid Chinese public holiday and full paid two months summer vacation
• Settle down assistance

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