Teach English in China
START DATE: September 2013
SALARY: 8000 RMB
Chengdu Aston is part of the Aston Education Group which was established in 1996 and now is largest chain of American managed schools in China and we welcome applications from experienced, motivated and enthusiastic people for an immediate start to work with Chengdu Aston.
Chengdu Aston provides you with full training, guidance and support to enable you to become a great teacher. All candidates should be responsible, hard working, energetic, creative and fun loving to teach English to children five to 17 years of age.
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 .
We are seeking Native English Speakers from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England, America or Ireland or any country where English is your FIRST language. The candidates must have at least 1 years experience a college degree and some type of TEFL certification. Teachers who are already in China who have successfully completed their contract with their present school are welcome to apply.
Apply now to teach at Hefei Aston and speed up the application process by emailing a cover letter, resume, college and TEFL/TESOL certificate, recent photo and your passport information page. Please include any questions you may have at that time to Gavin Parker [email protected]
China is a fantastic clash of modernity and tradition. Endless modern glass skyscrapers line the streets, while a few steps away you can find fishmongers gutting fish in the streets. With hundreds of new English schools popping up around the country, China currently offers the most abundant opportunities for English teachers around the world. … Read More
Teaching English in China can be a fantastic experience, even for those who are traveling to teach for the first time. The cost of living in China is inexpensive. Monthly salaries of teachers in China vary, depending on experience, teaching hours and employer size, etc. Most jobs expect about 15-25 teaching hours per week. Additional time spent for preparation of materials and lesson-planning does not count as teaching hours. … Read More
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
Interviews with English Teachers in China
Interview with Kelly Sandor, teaching English in China
Interview with Roger Jones, teaching English in China
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