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SFLS Shanghai English Language Arts

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  • 18000-24000 /Month
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  • Posted on 2019/01/01
Posted on 2019/01/01 4 Openings

Company Description

Second Foreign Language School Affiliated to Shanghai Normal University (SFLS) was founded in 2000, it is a modern bilingual school located in Pudong, Shanghai. The campus covers an area of nearly 200 acres and is made up of a primary school, junior high, domestic high and international division. The international division runs a complete US high school program (grade 10-12) and serves highly motivated Chinese students who are preparing themselves to attend college in the United States.

Ideal Candidate

We expect our teachers to be; Flexibility and have an open-mind to a new culture, have excellent presentation, communication skills and Organizational skills.


  • Develop a curriculum that takes an overall approach to English study or focus on a specific aspect of language use, such as life skills, literacy, or vocational and workplace English. 
  • Keeping your students engaged with fun and exciting lessons. 
  • Assessing your student’s English abilities and completing the monthly or bi-monthly report cards. 
  • Attend weekly or bi-weekly staff meetings.

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’ middle or high school student level preferred) 
  • Relocate: Must be willing to relocate to China.

Position Details:

  • Student age range: 15-18 years old. 
  • Class size: 15-25 students per class. 
  • Class length: 45 minutes per class. 
  • Working Hours: 20 teaching hours; From Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm.
  • Curriculum: Develop a curriculum that takes an overall approach to English study or focus on a specific aspect of language use, such as life skills, literacy, or vocational and workplace English. 
  • Training: Paid trainning.

Your compensation will include:

Monthly income: USD 2800 – 3700 (18000-24000 RMB) before tax.

  • Base Salary: USD 3200 (21000 RMB) before tax.
  • Housing: USD 310 (2,000 RMB) per month, teachers need to provide the invoices of the housing authority, or this amount is deducted with the salary. 


Additional Payments:

  • Airfare Bonus: USD 1500 (10,000 RMB) can be reimbursed within 6 months of the contract period. 
  • Over time: The overtime shall be subsidized at USD 27 (175 RMB) per period. 
  • Public Holiday: Paid Chinese national holidays.
  • Annual Holiday: Summer & winter vacation (60% of salary paid).
  • Sick Leave: half a day per month. 
  • Visa: Sponsored legal Z Work Visa. 
  • Arrival: Airport Pickup assistance. 
  • On boarding: Ground service assistance. 

Other benefits include:

  • Organized team-building activities.

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

The Second Foreign Language School Affiliated to Shanghai Normal University

Bilingual high school education

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