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Fancy a year teaching in China starting September 2017?

ALL costs are included: Flight subsidised, Accommodation subsidised and Assisting getting a working visa

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Various English teaching opportunities are available in cities such as Ningbo, Hangzhou, and Shenzhen in China. This is the perfect opportunity for students and graduates who wanted to fully experience living and working in China.

You will be teaching both spoken and written English to young learners aged from 4 to 18 and also adult learners. No teaching experience required. Structured teaching materials and lesson plans are provided to assist your lesson preparation and delivery.

Responsibilities and Requirement:
• Speaks English at an idiomatic level
• Hold a University Bachelor’s degree or above( 1st and 2nd year students are welcome), we welcome applicants from all disciplines
• Passionate, energetic and enjoy working with children
• Friendly, patient and responsible, with good communication skills
• Genuinely willing to work and live in China for at least one year
• No Teaching experience required, training will be provided once the candidate arrives at school
• The Ability to obtain a clear background check i.e. no criminal records
• Support for obtaining TESOL certificate will be provided
• Structured teaching materials and lesson plans are provided to assist your lesson preparation and delivery

Package includes:
-Annual Salary from 144,000 RMB up to 216,000 RMB (£16,961-£25,442*) based on experience. * Exchange rate may vary, above quoted offer depends on fluctuation of RMB(currency)

Other bonuses:
- Flight subsidy
- Accommodation subsidy
- Professional training provided once arrive China
- Assistance of obtaining a working visa in China for the selected candidates

Please send your CV to ying.zhou@ironbowl.co.uk

Posted by Yingzh 06:26 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged culture china year work language gap abroad exchange placement

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