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3 positions in a beautiful city, Chengdu

Date 2012-11-09 20:11:58 Location : Asia:China

our school was established in 1977 and has now more than 350 schools in five different countries (Japan, China, South Africa, Poland and the UK)
We have a well established teaching system which focuses on teaching quality. We provide professional training, teacher's books, course guides, flashcards and a friendly environment. Every class we teach has a Teaching Assistant. TAs mark homework, can help with classroom management and in setting up activities.
Our students range in age from young learners to adults. Students are grouped by age as well as ability and the average class size is 12 students. One class takes 100 min (two 40 and one 20 minutes long modules).
Monday and Tuesday are the days off.

Job Description:
Teachers’ Qualifications:
English Native Speakerï¼›
Bachelor degreeï¼›
TESOL/TEFL/CELTA teacher’s certificateï¼›
Young learners or relevant teaching experience preferred
Working Starting Date:Immediately/ASAP
Working hours:22hours/week
Contact Duration: One-year contract. If you like here, the contract time can be extended.
(depending on experience and rising with quality work) while this is not a lot of money, the average Chinese salary is 1,500 yuan a month. You will not be rich, but you won’t have any trouble enjoying life here either.
Preferential Treatment:
Flight ticket on coming to Chengdu:2,000~5,000RMB
Working visa as well as the health insurance will be sponsored.
Contract completion bonus:3,000RMB per year.

Chengdu is one of China's largest and fastest growing cities in the west. It is often described as a 'second-tier city,' which means it has all of the conveniences one would expect in a modern city, while at the same time preserving a more traditional attitude. Also, the cost of living is significantly lower than the major cities like Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.
It is a city of opportunity and potential, full of fascinating sights, friendly people and delicious food. It lacks the frantic hurry and scurry of the coastal mega-cities, while yet providing a welcoming atmosphere for foreign guests and residents. Come to Chengdu and you’ll experience something new every day.