Teach English in China
CITY: More than 100 schools to choose from in 60 cities
START DATE: 1st September 2013
SALARY: 6000 to 7000 RMB Per Month
1.China’s largest American-managed English school group
2. Ongoing training and support to help you realize your full potential as a teacher
3. Schools in 7 of the top 20 cities for foreigners to live in China as voted in International Talent Magazine.
4. More than 100 schools to choose from in 60 cities
5. Opportunities for advancement with Aston, as well as our corporate training, kindergarten, overseas study, and Aston Workshop curriculum design partners.
6. Full work visa and residence permit provided
7.Flexible contracts: offering 16,20,25 teaching hours per week,choice of contract length: 6, 7.5 or 12, 13.5 months and contracts can be extended.
All contracts include paid holidays, health insurance, free accommodation, and 4 hours of Chinese lessons per week.
The Aston Educational Group is one of the largest English Educators in China. We have been in operation since 1996 and have developed a detailed curriculum for beginner, elementary, intermediate and advanced students.
If you have a passion for education and connecting with students then we want to hear from you.Teaching with Aston English is stimulating and rewarding and offers you the chance of a unique personal and career opportunity.
While teaching with Aston English you can learn Mandarin, travel the country and meet fascinating people and get an understanding of one of the oldest cultures on the planet.Our aim is to provide our students with the best English learning environment possible and to achieve this we need additional teaching professionals who take pride in their work, their company, and themselves.
*Native speakers of English at least 22 years old
*Nationalities preferred are American, Australian, British, Canadian, Irish, South Africa and New Zealander
*College degree in any subject
*Must enjoy the idea of teaching children
Since 1996 Aston English has helped over 1500 teachers experience China and we offer a simple and efficient recruitment procedure with Recruitment Professionals with you every step of the way as you embark on your career in China.
Applicants may apply and speed up the application process by emailing resume, college and TEFL/TESOL certificate, recent photo and passport information page to Gavin Parker [email protected]
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For a teacher to legally teach in China, you need a “Z” visa (for contracts of a year or more) or an “F” visa (for contracts of less than 6 months), and a Residence Permit.
The first thing that you should do is find an employer. They are responsible for obtaining a Foreign Experts Invitation Confirmation from the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs on your behalf.. This certificate is necessary to prove that the foreign teacher coming to China is in the field of work for which he/she is applying. Once approved, your employer sends the certificate (original copy) to the foreign teacher. Then, the foreign teacher is required to visit the nearest Chinese embassy and present the certification and the invitation letter (from host school) to obtain “Z” visa. … Read More
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