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First Future Beijing ESL Teacher

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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.

  • 20000-27000 /Month
  • 219 people viewed this job
  • Posted on 2019/01/01
  • Young learners
  • Paid holiday
  • Airfare bonus
Posted on 2019/01/01 0 Openings

Company Description

First Future is a pioneer of online teaching cloud platforms, helping organizations build online English language teaching projects, and improving the English curriculum system.

First Future works with over 2000 organizations, so specifics vary, in 26 provinces, 180 cities, around 6000 campuses, and covering 1 million students. First Future is dedicated to providing quality education, online technology and teaching services.  

Ideal Candidate

We are looking for people who enjoy a good conversation and can communicate well with both children and adults. The main prerequisite for this position is for teachers to enjoy their time teaching, and be animated and engaging with their students, while guiding them through the lesson material. We hope you are:

1) Out-going, friendly and self-motivated;

2) Happy to teach a mix of children, adults, 1-on-1 and group classes.


• Perform offline and online classes.

• Travel (occasionally).

• Attend academic and marketing events hosted by the company.

• Perform International teacher’s academic training when not performing Demos.

• Substitute classes when necessary.

Requirements to teach 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.

Position Details:

• Student age range: 6-18 years old.

• Class size: 1 to 10 per class.

• Class length: 25 minutes per class.

• Working Hours: 30 teaching hours per week. Detailed schedule will be introduced in the interview.

• Curriculum: Appointed teaching materials and teaching plans.

• Chinese Teaching Assistant: You will be assisted with a bilingual Chinese teacher.

• Training: One-week paid training.

Your compensation will include:

Base Salary: USD 3000 - 4000 (20000 - 27000 RMB) after tax.

Additional Payments:

• Visa: Sponsored legal Z Work Visa.

• Arrival: Airport Pickup assistance.

• On boarding: Ground service assistance.

• Airfare Bonus: USD 1200 (8000 RMB) can be reimbursed once contract is fulfilled.

• An annual bonus: USD 1500 (10,000 RMB).

• Insurance: Social insurance.

• Public Holiday: Chinese public holidays paid off. 

• Annual Holiday: 5 days paid annual leave.

• Sick Leave: Paid sick leave 5 days per year.

Other benefits include:

• Free lunch and supper on working days.

First Future

First Future is a pioneer of online teaching cloud platforms, helping organizations build online English language teaching projects, and improving the English curriculum system.

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