Teach English in China
CITY: Anyang and Jiaozuo, Henan province
START DATE: September 2013
We are recruiting English teachers for universities in the cities of Anyang and Jiaozuo, Henan province. Contracts will be from September 2013 – June 2014.
University in Anyang (CV287) – 1 vacancy
Salary and benefits:
*5000RMB/month for 18 teaching hours per week
*Fully furnished apartment
*Return airfare reimbursement
*Work visa assistance
*Bachelor’s degree (graduated for at least 2 years)
*Native English speaker
*At least 1 year’s teaching experience
E-mail your resume, certificates, passport photo page and reference letter(s) to [email protected] Please apply ASAP – deadline for applications is Monday 8th July.
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