Urgent! High-paid ESL Teaching Positions in China

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in China

CITY: Shandong
START DATE: July 2013 onwards
SALARY: 7078RMB/month

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Urgent! High-paid ESL Teaching Positions in Shandong

Job Description
Dongying, Shandong province
Vacancy: 20 Start at July, August and September (Renewable)
20 teaching hours/week 45minutes/class
15 students/class Age 3-15

Treatment
Salary: 7078RMB/month
Public holidays with full salary
Round trip /One way airfare reimbursed (no more than 4200RMB)
Bonus Name of retention(up to 8000RMB) and contract completion (3000RMB)
Free housing provided
Z-VISA provided

REQUIREMENTS:
Native English Speakers
BA/BS Diploma or above required
22-45 years old
TESOL/TEFL certificate required
One year or above work teaching experience required

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Required Documents and Contact Details

Resume
Diploma/Certificate scans
Passport scan
Recent Photo

Application Email: [email protected]

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