17K to 20K High school English teacher in Haikou
NOTE: EXCHANGE RATE 1 USD = 6.80RMB IT’S SUBJECT TO CHANGE
♢ Haikou City High School EN Teacher
♢ Job Responsibility:
1.Make the teaching plan based on the curriculum provided by school
2.Weekly teaching time is 20 classes, 45 minutes per class
3.Weekly office time is from 8:30 AM-12:00AM, 14:30PM-18:00PM
4.Participating in teaching and research and coordinating with the supervisor to accomplish research tasks
5.Attending orientation, professional conferences, weekly meetings
6.Participation in Open Days and Parent Conferences
♢ Hold at least Bachelor degree or above
♢ Hold TESOL, TEFL,CELTA or equivalent certificates
♢ Related teaching experience prefer
♢ Native Speakers from US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa
♢ Age under 60 years, but can also will try to help over 60s
♢ Meet other requirements for Working Z-visa.
♢ Recommendation Letter (s)
♢ 1.Salary: RMB 17,000-20,000 per month before tax based on your qualifications and experiences.
- Free and furnished school apartment or housing allowance of RMB 2500/month
- Medical insurance
- The taxable airfare allowance of RMB 10,000 after completing 10 months’ teaching task
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 HAIKOU, HAINAN PROVINCE, CHINA
Haikou is the capital and most populous city of Hainan province, China. It is situated on the northern coast of Hainan, by the mouth of the Nandu River. The northern part of the city is the district of Haidian Island, which is separated from the main part of Haikou by the Haidian River, a branch of the Nandu.