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Learnroom Children’s House English Teacher

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Location: Beijing.

Requirements to Teach English in China:

  • Speaks English at an Idiomatic level.
  • Degree: BA or above (Education, linguistics or English degree given top priority).
  • Experience: TEFL / other teaching certificate OR 2 years teaching experience required.
  • Relocate: Must be willing to relocate to China.

Responsibilities for Teachers in China:

  • Student age range: 0 – 6 years old.
  • Class size: 8 – 10 students in one class.
  • Class length: 45 minutes to 90 minutes per class.
  • Working Hours: Sat – Mon working days / Tue – Fri choose two days off and two days working.
  • Curriculum: MSP Montessori Sensory Program Pre-training curriculum.
  • Chinese Teaching Assistant: You will be assisted with a bilingual Chinese teacher.

What We Offer our Teachers:

  • Visa: Assistance in sponsored legal Z Work Visa in your home country and in China.
  • Arrival: Airport Pickup assistance.
  • On boarding: Ground service assistance.

Your compensation will include:

Net Monthly income: USD 2000 (RMB 14,000) before tax.

 

  • Base Salary: USD 2000 per month (RMB 14,000) before tax.
  • Public Holiday: Chinese public holidays off*

Other benefits include:

  • On-going training.
  • Annual Team Trip.

*Subject to working location details will be specified during the interview process with the recruiter or school.

 

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