Teach, Travel and Earn Money in China!
Date 2013-06-11 09:06:04 Location : Asia:China
Seeking an international adventure funded by a meaningful job? Aclipse helps college seniors and graduates get the best jobs teaching English in China. Our clients are internationally respected and provide generous compensation and top notch benefits to ensure their teachers live comfortably, travel, save money, learn a new language and make a difference in the lives of their students.
Were looking for people who are adventurous, outgoing, and excited about working with children. Haven't graduated yet? We accept applications up to 8 months in advance.
You must have at least one year of teaching experience and a second year of full time job experience to qualify for a visa. Fluency in the language of the country you will be living in is also not necessary. All of your classes will be taught in English.
Our goal is to help motivated and adventurous university graduates experience living and working abroad. Job placement is FREE for teaching candidates. Aclipse recruiters have taught English abroad, and have the knowledge to guide your decision making process. We will put you directly in touch with our current teachers, and provide an online community through Ning, Twitter, and Facebook, as well as our teacher blogs. Youll have all the information you need before moving overseas!
o Hold a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university.
o Be a native English speaker (your first language is English).
o Hold a valid passport from the USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa.
o Completed 10+ years of education in one of the countries listed above.
o Be able to commit to a one-year contract.
o Have no criminal record of any kind.
o One year teaching experience plus additional year of full time work experience
Current Job Opportunities (our clients hire year round!)
China: Positions in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen.
Teach for the worlds largest private organization that currently has more than 100 schools throughout China or a well respected company currently expanding schools into China. Many of the learning centers are less than three years old, modern, and well equipped with in-classroom technology. Our client provides teachers with curriculum and instructor tools including a library of presentations, videos and other teaching materials. Chinese visa requirements include at least one year of teaching experience and one year of additional work experience. Competitive compensation and generous benefits, including a flight allowance and free Chinese lessons make this a great place to work. A great culture and close teacher network also make it fun and rewarding.
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