College position in Baoding city, Hebei province, ASAP

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in China

CITY: Baoding
START DATE: ASAP
SALARY: 6,500RMB

WORKING CONDITIONS:
College in Baoding city, Hebei province, ASAP

Teaching position: English teacher
Teaching subjects: English
Level of institution: College
Location: Baoding city, Hebei province
Students: 21-23 years old
Time to start: ASAP
Contract Duration: One school year

Salary: 6,500RMB per month
Teaching hours: 14-18 teaching hours per week
Apartment: Well-furnished apartment
Airfare reimbursement: Round-way air tickets upon the completion of the contract
Visa: Z work visa

REQUIREMENTS:
Native English speaker: Required from UK/USA/Canada/Australia/New Zealand
Bachelor degree: Required or above
Teaching experience: At least two years teaching experience
Age: 22-59 years old

CONTACT INFORMATION:
If you are interested in this job, please send your resume, photo, passport copy, degree copy and cert copy to [email protected], thanks! Look for more teaching opportunities: http://www.rememberesl.com!

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