TEFL Teacher Beijing

CHINA / Teacher International Ltd

Teacher International are proudly in partnership with a large English Language Centre based in the North East of China for TEFL/ ESL Teachers. To apply for this position, you will need to at least hold a Bachelor’s degree in any subject and be a native-level English speaker. It will be an advantage but not necessary, for you to be certified in TEFL, TESOL or CELTA. If you do not have these certificates or the equivalent then our centre will put you through full training and you will gain the relevant certification to begin your new career path, fully supported along the way.

You will be working and learning alongside an experienced team along with new trainees so that you will never feel alone. We also have our HR office near the campus so you will always have someone to contact or speak to whenever you need it, aside from a line manager at your campus. We pride ourselves as leaders with a very strong reputation and invest heavily in our teachers and their well-being.

This is a fantastic opportunity if you are looking to teach abroad but do not have formal teaching qualifications as you will be given a guided path into the world of teaching helping you begin your new career. This is also an excellent opportunity for existing teachers as we also require a Senior ESL leader. This centre is well organised and established for anyone who is looking for a friendly and dynamic teaching environment to teach children age from 3 to 18. You will be working with ex-pats mostly from the United Kingdom, USA, Australia, Canada and South Africa.

This opportunity comes with an excellent package – attractive pay, free accommodation or accommodation assistance, free TEFL certification (if you don’t have one), visa assistance and flight assistance and reimbursement, free medical insurance, quarterly and summertime bonus and a lot more.

To apply, please send your cv to fayeaydin@teacherinternational.com

Expires: Aug 18, 2018

Teacher International Ltd


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