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15k to 20k American run kids training school teacher in Beijing
NOTE: EXCHANGE RATE 1 USD = 6.88RMB IT’S SUBJECT TO CHANGE
♢ Baishiqiao Nan station, Line 6 and Line 9 transfer station, Haidian District, Beijing
♢ American run training center Great FT teaching positions
♢ Class organized in small group, one to one
♢ Most of our students are between age 3-18
♢ class sizes are under 10
♢ 30-40 hours/week, including 20-25 teaching hours and 5-10 office hours.
* Hold TESOL, TEFL,CELTA or equivalent certificates
* Speak Standard English.
* Native Speakers from US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
* Near Native European also can apply
* Meet other requirements for Working Z-visa.
* Candidates should be reliable, team playing, energetic, and fun.
* Candidates should have a BA degree or higher (not necessary in exceptional cases
* Good with children and can teach very well or no experience but have a good personality and strong desire to learn
* For native speaker the pay range is 15-20k RMB / Month, for non-native speaker the pay range is 12-17k RMB / Month
* Apartment is available.
* We sponsor work visa if you meet the right qualifications.
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 HAIDIAN, BEIJING, CHINA
Haidian District (simplified Chinese: 海淀区; traditional Chinese: 海淀區; pinyin: Hǎidiàn Qū) is a district of the municipality of Beijing. It lies towards the northwestern part of the urban core.
It is 431 square km in area, making it the second-largest district in urban Beijing (after Chaoyang), and is home to 2,240,124 inhabitants (2000 Census); however, in comparison to other districts, a higher percentage of its inhabitants do not have the governmental residential certificates for long-term residence, because Haidian District is where most universities are located and therefore many[quantify] of its inhabitants are college students.