ESL Teachers needed in Hong Kong

HONG KONG / Global Teacher Recruitment

Are you ready for a new and exciting opportunity to travel, explore and teach English as a foreign language?

A firmly established English learning center, Monkey Tree, in Hong Kong is looking for passionate and outgoing teachers to join the team. By incorporating play and songs into their tailor-made curriculum, their teaching philosophy is one of fun and lots of energy. You will be teaching children aged between 3-12 years old. You will teach a variety of classes ranging from beginner phonics through to spelling and grammar.

Come and join our growing team in this stimulating and rewarding career.

Salary and benefits:
• Salary: £23;00-£32’00 per annum
• HK$ 5 000 bonus upon completion of contact
• HK$ 5 000 will be received after the comprehensive 8 day training program
• Over time payments of HK$ 1 200 per day
• Small class sizes (4-8 children per class)
• Fully sponsored visa
• Fully prepared and tailored curriculum
• Accommodation: Optional and affordable
• Orientation information and assistance prior to arrival
• Social network connections prior and post arrival
• Opportunities for career advancement in numerous fields within the organisation

Requirements:
• Bachelor degree (in any discipline)
• TESOL, CELTA or TEFL (100-hour minimum)
• Native Proficiency English Speaker
• Creative, enthusiastic and a genuine love of teaching and children.

Role and Responsibilities
• Teach a diverse variety of English classes such as phonics, reading comprehension, creative writing, and grammar.
• Prepare and implement lessons, crafts, and activities
• Administer student progress reports to parents

Rebecca Lodo
careers@globalteacherrecruitment.com

Expires: Sept 15, 2017

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