Teach English in China
SALARY: RMB7,000-10,000/month depending on experience and teaching skills.
Golden Maple is expanding rapidly & we need teachers to join our team of foreign experts. We are currently seeking 2 experienced, outgoing, fun & professional teachers.
Salary: RMB7,000-10,000/month depending on experience and teaching skills;
Teaching hours: 20-25 hours a week;
Free accommodation: Your own well furnished apartment;
Yearly flight reimbursement: USD $1,000
Arrival Support: Airport pick-up;
11 days Chinese National Holiday + 6 days paid annual leave + 2 paid sick leave, 5 extra paid holidays for an additional year;
Extra weeks off during school holidays:
12 months health and accident insurance for a one year contract;
A legal Z Work Visa and Expert Certificate provided.
Golden Maple was the first school to own the foreign teacher recruitment permit in Shanxi province and has an excellent relationship with local PSB.
Orientation & pre-job Training;
On-going training and academic support;
Free weekly Mandarin Chinese lessons;
Taiyuan is just 2.5 hours from Beijing. Teachers can save up to 90% of their wage as the cost of living in Taiyuan is unbelievably low.
You’ll be dealing with a foreign management team who understand the working conditions that you’re used to. Join our team & experience the real China!
Native speaker: UK, USA, NZ, AUST, Canada
Bachelor Degree or higher
Available start date: March/April
Email – [email protected]
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