English Learning Centre Teachers Needed in China and Hong Kong

CHINA / Global Teacher Recruitment

Are you ready for a new and exciting opportunity? Work in a fun and energetic environment as an English teacher in the leading learning centres in Hong Kong, Macau or China. You will be teaching a variety of English classes to students aged between 3-12 years old in a fun and engaging environment.

Role and Responsibilities:
• Teach a diverse variety of classes such as phonics, reading comprehension, creative writing, and grammar.
• Plan and implement lessons, crafts, and activities.
• Administer student progress reports to parents.
• Organise and prepare necessary class materials (all resources provided.)

Benefits:
• Full visa cost, processing and sponsorship provided.
• Optional staff accommodation provided.
• Approximately 28 days paid annual leave per year.
• Paid training period provided on arrival.
• Working 5 days a week with a maximum of 30 hours of teaching.
• Small class sizes- between 4-8 students.
• Permanent in-country support team.
• End of contract flight reimbursement/bonus.
• Placements available in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Hong Kong and Macau.

Qualifications:
• Required certificates: TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certificate (at least 120hrs.)
• Level of education required: Bachelor’s degree.
• Some teaching experience required for particular locations.

Skills:
• Passionate about working with children.
• Energetic and enthusiastic.
• Team player.
• Native-proficiency speaker of English.

To apply please send a copy of your C.V. to careers@globalteacherrecruitment.com

Nationalities Accepted: UK, USA, South African, Australian, New Zealand.

Expires: Oct 19, 2017

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