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  • Beijing

    Being capital of the People's Republic of China, Beijing is the nation's political, economic, and cultural center. Located in north China,it also serves as the most important transportation hub and port of entry.

  • 17500-23333 /Month
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  • Posted on 2019/01/01
Posted on 2019/01/01 1 Openings

AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics


Company Description

RDFZ Xishan School is a public school founded in 2009. We have advanced teaching facilities, management team, excellent teacher team.

Our Vision: a Blissful, Different Future School

Our Mission: Developing Students with 21st Century Skills

Our Value:  Just Believe & Let It Be

Our Goal Global Perspective with a Chinese Heart

Our Teacher Code of Honor: Love, Respect, Trust

Our Principles of Education: Respect, Responsibility, Relationship, Reflection


Ideal Candidate

      Must be able to obtain a work visa to work in China.

      Must be able to provide authenticated documentation (a list will be provided to the successful candidate upon offer of contract) required by the school and by Chinese authorities.

      Must have excellent organizational skills and classroom management skills.



Responsibilities for AP economics teachers in China; Student age range: 15-18 years old. Class Size20-30 students in one class. Class length: 40 minutes


Requirements to teach in China:

      Speaks English at an Idiomatic level.

      Degree: Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in subject area, or equivalent experience. A Bachelor’s degree in Education, or equivalent. Consideration will be given to teaching certificates or similar.

      Experience: A minimum of 2 years of teaching experience. Demonstrated experience, or equivalent, and knowledge of Advanced Placement (AP) curriculum.  Demonstrated experience, or equivalent, working with second language learners.

      Relocate: Must be willing to relocate to China.

      Demonstrated ability to use a variety of teaching strategies. Must be able to communicate effectively. Demonstrated ability to work independently or as part of a team.


Position Details:

      Student age range: 15-18years old

      Class size: 20 to 30

      Class length: 40minutes

      Working Hours: 24teaching hours per week, from Monday to Friday 7:50am-16:00pm

      Curriculum: Advanced Placement (AP) curriculum.

      Chinese yes.

      Training: yes.


What We Offer our Teachers:

      Flight: One way to China.

      Visa: Sponsored legal Z Work Visa.

      Arrival: Airport Pickup assistance.

      On boarding: Ground service assistance.


Your compensation will include:

Monthly income: 17500RMB - 23333 RMB before tax

Base Salary: 17500RMB - 23333 RMB before tax

Housing: Provide apartment

Bonus: None


Additional Payments:

      Airfare Bonus: yes.

      Demo class bonus: None

      Over time: No overtime work.

      Insurance: Health insurance.

      Public Holiday: Chinese public holidays paid off.

      Annual Holiday: Summer holiday & Winter holiday paid off

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