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ABIE Huai'An ESL Teacher

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  • 13000-16000 /Month
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  • Posted on 2019/05/28
Posted on 2019/05/28 2 Openings

School Description

ABIE opened its first center in China in 2009. At present ABIE has over 80centers in tier 1,2 and 3 cities around China. From our Shanghai Head Office, we manage the brand expansion and image, assist all centers with training, material development and overall center operations. ABIE plans to include up to 200 centers by 2017. ABIE English Training is based on an American Educational System style, but specially adapted to meet the needs of our local Chinese students. ABIE English classes follow and aim to employ the latest educational psychology and styles for Young Learners English training. ABIE takes constant steps to include 21st Century Skills into all our training programs.

 

Details of Position

As an ABIE teacher, your responsibilities will be to plan lessons according to our ‘Star fall my world English’ books, teach classes, attend school meetings, attend marketing activities for the school and give the students a fun learning experience.

 

We expect our teachers to be responsible, imaginative and to provide a nurturing environment for our young learners.


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 Kindergarten Teachers in China:

  • Student age range: 3 – 12 years old.
  • Class size: 6 – 12 students per class.
  • Class length: 45 minutes per class.
  • Working Hours: 40 hours; office hours and teaching hours (days off stipulated in interview).
  • Curriculum: The Kindergarten uses ‘Starfall my world English’ as their curriculum, it is provided by the school.
  • Chinese Teaching Assistant: You will be assisted with a bilingual Chinese teacher.
  • Training: Initial 7 – 10-day Junior training, monthly training online *


What We Offer our Kindergarten Teachers:

  • Flight: One way to China.
  • Visa: Sponsored legal Z Work Visa.
  • Arrival: Airport Pickup assistance.
  • On boarding: Ground service assistance.
  • Insurance: Basic health insurance.

 

Your compensation will include:

Net Monthly income: USD 1900 – 2200 (RMB 13,000 – 16,000) before tax *

 

  • Base Salary: USD 1400 – 2000 (RMB 10,000 – 13,000) before tax *
  • Housing: Provided studio or 2-bedroom apartment *
  • Bonus: Monthly bonus for every class after 6 classes: USD 140 (RMB 1,000) *
  • Bonus: Monthly bonus USD 73 – 290 (RMB 500 – 2,000) *
  • Airfare completion contract bonus: Provided once contract is fulfilled USD 890 (RMB 6,000).
  • Demo class bonus: USD 7 (RMB 50) per student *
  • Over time: Paid at class rate stipulated by the school *
  • Public Holiday: Chinese public holidays off.
  • Annual Holiday: 3 Paid annual leave *
  • Sick Leave: 5 paid days’ sick leave *


Other benefits include:

  • Team Building activities during the year.

 

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

 

ABIE

ABIE – American Baby International English Ltd. is a franchise based English training center for young Chinese learners

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