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  • International Primary School Teacher in Nanjing, China

    By: Natanz Loetawan < Show E-mail >

    Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2020

    Location: China (Asia)

    UPDATE: China has opened its borders to teachers from the UK and Ireland


    Nanjing is as friendly and safe a place as one can find in China, and one of the better places to live in the country as it balances a high standard of living while not being overly expensive.


    • Develop and prepare lesson plans, deliver classes in different ways such as project based learning, activities, and play.
    • Teach English Math, English Language Arts, and Science.
    • Help manage and teach classes from 8-15 students.
    • Maximum 24 teaching hours per week.


    Salary and Benefits


    • Monthly salary 11,000-16,000 RMB after tax.
    • 10-month contract.
    • Free campus accommodation, commissary card used to buy lunch, snacks, and daily need items (800 RMB per month).
    • All official holidays paid and 10 paid sick leave days, paid winter holiday (usually 3-4 weeks).
    • 5000 RMB air ticket reimbursement.
    • Accident Insurance.
    • Visa and Foreign Expert Certificate provided.




    • You have a passport from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, United States, United Kingdom or Ireland.
    • Bachelor degree or higher.
    • TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certificate or 2 years teaching experience preferred.


    Apply Here

    Application form

    For questions, send a message to applications@saxoncourt.com.

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