English Teachers needed in China

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in China

CITY: Beijing
START DATE: any month
SALARY: 5000 Yuan

WORKING CONDITIONS:
: Language training schools and kindergartens. The students are 3-12 years, just teach them English. Curriculum and training provided.

3) Timetable: For the language training schools, it is Wed to Sunday, Wed to Friday 2-8pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am to 8pm. For kindergartens it is Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm. One week not more than 25 teaching hours/week

4) Salary and benefit: Free accommodation, 5000 Yuan/month as net salary, visa provided, if you can finish one year contract give you 6000 Yuan as airfare

5) Requirement: Native English speakers. No experience required. Short term is ok. But at least six months.

REQUIREMENTS:
Native English speakers. No experience required. Short term is ok. But at least six months.

The expenses in China are much cheaper, normal Chinese people earn about 2000 Yuan/month. So the salary of 5000 Yuan is definitely big enough for you to have a good life in China.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
http://www.chinaesl.com.cn/program.htm

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