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****SHENZHEN**** Public School Vacancies K-12 from Nov. 2017 - March. 2018 | Teach EFL in China's Most Metropolitan City - Just 30-minutes from Hong Kong!

Posted By: ESL Suite <[email protected]>
Date: Tuesday, 31 October 2017, at 3:49 a.m.

Public School Teaching Jobs in SHENZHEN
Now hiring for fantastic public school teaching positions in Shenzhen | Start dates from November - March, teaching vacancies from Grades 1-12 | Apply today to find out more!
  • Start dates from November 2017 - March 2018
  • Competitive salary and housing allowance
  • Work (Z) visa
  • Monday-Friday schedule, weekends off
  • Maximum teaching hours: 18 per week
  • Classes are about 45 minutes long each
  • About 13-weeks annual holiday
  • Student ages (you may choose):
    • Pre-K / Kindergarten
    • Grades 1-6 (Primary School)
    • Grades 7-9 (Middle School)
    • Grades 10-12 (High School - these jobs will be filled fast!)
  • Class sizes: About 50 students
  • Textbook: The teacher may select courseware
  • Classroom fully equipped with computer, projector, board, and microphone
  • Job Req. #ASZ1436
About Us
We aim to accelerate the process of cultural exchange and education, meanwhile cultivating students' career vision and international competitiveness. We plan to introduce foreign teachers for our English departments in private kindergartens and public schools grade 1 - 12. Our hope is not only to help students improve English fluency, but also to promote international understanding and cooperation.
About Shenzhen
Shenzhen sprung up on the border with Hong Kong almost literally overnight - what was fields and forests just twenty years ago has become one of the most vibrant young cities in mainland China. One of the fastest growing cities in the world, Shenzhen has become the heart of foreign direct investment in China with a thriving tech industry and home to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Because of its tropical climate, proximity to Hong Kong and promise of economic opportunity, Shenzhen has become one of the most popular destinations for expats to live and work.
  • Native English speaker from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, South Africa, the United States, or the U.K
  • Bachelor's degree (notarized and authenticated at the Chinese Embassy)
  • 2+ years of verifiable post-graduate teaching experience -OR- a TESOL, TEFL, CELTA (notarized)
  • Criminal background check from the local police or federal government (notarized and authenticated at the Chinese Embassy)
  • Excellent physical and mental health
  • Salary from CNY 8,500 to CNY 13,000 (commensurate with qualifications and experience)
  • Monthly housing allowance
  • CNY 5,000 flight reimbursement (paid one week after arrival)
  • Social and accident insurance
  • 11-days paid public holiday per year
  • Holiday: 4-weeks' winter / 8-weeks' summer (paid at 50% salary)
  • Z-Visa
  • Contract renewal bonus
  • Weekly Chinese lessons
  • Ongoing teaching mentoring and assessment
How to Apply
If you are interested in applying, we kindly request you prepare the following materials:
  • Your CV
  • A recent photograph
  • Scan copy of your passport information page
  • Scan copy of your degree
  • Scan copy of your TEFL/TESOL certificate
  • Your current location and time zone
  • Your earliest available starting date
  • Your Skype ID
  • Write a description of the job you're applying for in the SUBJECT LINE of the email (e.g. "PUBLIC SCHOOL IN SHENZHEN" or Job Req. #ASZ1436)
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