IMMEDIATE JOB OPENINGS FOR ESL TEACHERS - ASAP (FEBRUARY 2017, MARCH, APRIL, MAY JUNE AND SEPT. 2017 Public and Private Schools - Dongguan, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Foshan: Salary RMB12,000-20,000 Online ESL Teachers (Beijing) - K-12 Level: Salary RMB16,000-25,000 Those interested may email attach Detailed CV with photo together with Skype or Wechat ID to: email@example.com English Specialist Campuses: Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Dalian, Xian, Jinan, Wuhan, Chongqing, Guangzhou (near Foshan) and Zhuhai. Requirement: - Age under 60 - BA+ and 2 years working experience after graduation - TEFL/TESOL at least 120 hs Certificate - English Native speakers from US/UK/Canada/Australia/New Zealand/Ireland/South Africa, applicants who are not from these countries need to have BA/MA from one these countries - Majoring in early childhood Education prefer Salary and benefit: - Beijing/Shanghai/Guangzhou 16,500-19,500 RMB monthly Other cities 13,500-16,500 RMB monthly - Annually paid leaves - EMTTA program and e-Master program scholarship - Insurance - Free accommodation - Work Visa - Ticket allowance after a year contract - Bonuses; among others 2. Montessori Lead Teacher Requirement: - Age under 60 - BA+ and 2 years working experience after graduation - Montessori Certificate completed, if not, they can work as English Specialist while they are finishing their internship - English Native speakers from US/UK/Canada/Australia/New Zealand/Ireland/South Africa prefer for visa purpose Salary and benefit: - 18,500 - 22,500 RMB monthly (only available in Beijing) - Annually paid leaves - e-Master program scholarship - Insurance - Free accommodation -Work Visa - Ticket allowance after a year contract - Bonuses; among others 3. International Kindergarten Principal Requirement: - Age under 60 - MA+ prefer - 10 years management experience - Kindergarten Principal experience - English Native speakers from US/UK/Canada/Australia/New Zealand/Ireland/South Africa prefer for visa purpose - Majoring in early childhood Education/Management prefer Salary and benefit: - 30,000 - 40,000 RMB monthly - Annually paid leaves - Insurance - Free accommodation - Work Visa - Ticket allowance after a year contract - Bonuses; among others 4. Campus Liaison Supervisor Requirement: - Age under 60 - MA+ prefer - 5 years management experience in Education firms - English Native speakers from US/UK/Canada/Australia/New Zealand/Ireland/South Africa prefer for visa purpose - Majoring in early childhood Education/Management prefer Salary and benefit: - 18,500 - 22,500 RMB monthly (only available in Beijing) - Annually paid leaves - Insurance - Free accommodation - Work Visa - Ticket allowance after a year contract - Bonuses; among others Dogguan, Foshan, Shenzhen Dongguan Dalingshan town position, 1. Full time teaching position in a public primary school. Free apartment with necessary facilities. 2.Schedule is from Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. All paid public holidays and weekends. 3. Part paid during the winter vocation if the teacher want to teach winter camp. 4. offer some necessary teaching materials and text books. The teacher has to prepare their own lesson plans. 5. No strict office hours. 6. We could offer or transfer the working visa. Salary range from 12000 to 15000 rmb a month. Training center teaching position in Shenzhen 1. Full time teaching position i, 4 to 12 years old. 2. Free apartment with necessary applicants. 2.Schedule is from Wednesday to Friday, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Sunday and Saturday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. 2 days off a week . 3 offer some necessary teaching materials and text books. 4 The teacher has to prepare their own . lesson plans. 5 very comfortable and relaxing working environment. 6. We could offer or transfer the working visa. The position salary in Shenzhen ranges from RMB13,000 up to 20,000 a month. Video: https://youtu.be/JVg7Jrh6yk0 10 REASONS YOU SHOULD DROP EVERYTHING AND MOVE TO CHINA Here are 10 convincing tidbits about China and why you should already be on the plane. Enticing Food Do you like great food? We thought so. Ask anyone living in China and they’ll tell you the same thing: Chinese food the best in the world. From the spicy essence of Sichuan cuisine to the subtle freshness of Zhejiang dishes, with over a dozen styles of food, there is nothing you can’t find in China to delight your taste buds. Diverse People In addition to the billions of Han Chinese that populate this massive country, China is home to 55 ethnic minorities and hundreds of thousands of people from across the globe. Friendly, funny and awesome are just a few superlatives I used to describe my closest friends and the strangers I’ve met during my travels around China. You’ll make lifelong pals and create memories with people you’ll only spend 15 minutes with. No matter who you meet, your life will be enriched by the stories and experiences they tell and share. Rapid Speed The country is growing in every way possible at a breakneck pace and shows no signs of stopping. Skyscrapers shoot 100 stories into the sky within a year, the bullet train network connects more and more cities on a monthly basis and shopping malls open almost daily. Seriously – China built 350 malls last year alone, according to the National Retail Federation. Magnificent Views Whether you’re looking out onto the modern skyline of Shanghai from the Bund or the rural landscapes of a nearby province from the bullet train, the sights of China are a visual feast for the eyes. Incredibly Cheap At 6.15RMB to the dollar and climbing, the cost of living in China is much cheaper than western countries. Famous Places The Great Wall, Forbidden Palace, Terracotta Warriors, Shanghai and Hong Kong are all at your fingertips when you live in China. And those are just a few of the hundreds, neigh thousands of places you can visit. With 47 UNESCO world heritage sites (the second-highest of any country), you will always have something to see. Very Easy It’s so easy to live here as a foreigner. The cost of living is low, western conveniences are everywhere; Starbucks reportedly opens a new store every 18 hours People are more than willing to assist no matter what the issue. Whoever says you can’t get around the bureaucratic red tape has never asked for help. Beautiful Language Moving to China means you get to experience the sounds and sights of a new language thanks to the 40,000+ set of Chinese characters used in their writing. It doesn’t matter how much or how little Chinese you know. If you decide to learn, take our advice and learn for free – ask locals to teach you or sign up for groups that have no cost. Truthfully, I have friends who don’t speak Mandarin at all and others who shame me with their linguistic skills – and both groups are equally comfortable with their lives here. Break Your Routine Living abroad actively encourages you to try new things on a daily basis and there’s a sense of freedom that comes with it. With new clubs and groups springing up every day, you can do anything from learning dim sum cooking to entrepreneurs meeting for a drink. It’s always your choice, your opinion and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Hidden History Did you know that during World War II nearly 20,00 refugees escaped from Germany to Shanghai? How about the fact that the Chinese invented the compass, gunpowder and paper among other things? There is literally 5,000 years of history spread throughout the country and it’s utterly fascinating to learn.