18k after tax kids training school ESL teacher in Lianyungang
NOTE: EXCHANGE RATE 1 USD = 6.88RMB IT’S SUBJECT TO CHANGE
♢ Jiangsu Lianyungang city,
♢ kids training school ESL teacher
♢ Teaching Related Work (Teaching Hours: 25 hours, 2 days off per week)
1. Course creation and conduction must meet the school curriculum requirements.
2. Teachers are required to generate teaching resources, complete administrative paperwork, and check and grade students’ work.
3. Teachers must ensure a safe learning environment for the children.
4. Teachers need to keep the classrooms neat and tidy.
5. Teachers must arrive at school 15 minutes earlier before each class.
6. Teachers must do the “Door-Check” after each class.
♢ Administrative Work (Office Hours: 10 hours, 2 days off per week)
♢ Hold at least Bachelor degree or above
♢ Hold TESOL, TEFL,CELTA or equivalent certificates
♢ Related teaching experience required
♢ Speak Standard English.
♢ Native Speakers from US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
♢ Near Native European also can apply
♢ Age under 60 years, but can also will try to help over 60s
♢ Meet other requirements for Working Z-visa.
♢ Recommendation Letter (s)
♢ 2 weeks paid holiday in summer and 2 weeks paid holiday in winter.
♢ flight allowance 6000RMB per year
♢ Working visa
♢ 18K +apartment after tax,
Our school will assist in obtaining:
♢ Legal Z-visa
WORK VIZA REQUIREMENTS:
BELOW DOCUMENTS TO BE CERTIFIED AT THE LOCAL CHINA EMBASSY
♢ Medical Certificate of the applicant
♢ Applicant Passport or International Travel document
♢ Certification of 2years or more of Service
♢ Bachelor degree or Postgraduate Certificate or Relevant approval documents or Vocational qualification Certificate
♢ Certificate of Absence of Criminal Record issued by the official of the State of Nationality or Permanent residence of the applicant
♢ One inch ID white background photo.
ABOUT LIANYUNGANG, JIANGSU PROVINCE, CHINA
Lianyungang (simplified Chinese: 连云港; traditional Chinese: 連雲港; pinyin: Liányúngǎng) is a prefecture-level city in northeastern Jiangsu province, China. It borders Yancheng to its southeast, Huai'an and Suqian to its south, Xuzhou to its southwest, and the province of Shandong to its north. Its name derives from Lian Island (formally Dongxilian Island) the largest island in Jiangsu Province which lies off its coastline, and Yuntai Mountain (Jiangsu), the highest peak in Jiangsu Province, a few miles from the town center, and the fact that it is a port.