|Company Name||Shanghai Private Language School|
|Date Posted||Dec 23, 2011|
|Salary||12,000 - 15,000 RMB|
|Contract Length||12 months|
|Accommodation||Assistance finding accommodation|
|Holidays||12 days public holidays plus 10 days extra holidays|
|Teacher Training||On-going training and academic support|
|Work Visa||Legal ‘Z’ work visa provided|
Our school is currently holding interviews for a new teaching position. If you are looking to teach in a modern, professional school and have the abundance of energy and creativity to teach English to young learners then do read on.
Our school is equipped with modern facilities and up to date technology as well as a variety of course materials popular with both teachers and students. We currently have 17 campuses all across Shanghai, and are seeking to grow even more. As a teacher, you will be assigned to a single location in which to teach mainly young learners aged 3 to 18 years old. Each student is placement tested on entering the school which means students studying together have the same level of English. Class sizes are kept small to ensure real progress is made.
We provide a challenging and supportive English Language learning environment that draws students and faculty together with a nurturing spirit in the pursuit of knowledge.
Shanghai – The city
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, Shanghai is truly an international metropolis in every sense of the word. The most vibrant and progressive city in China, Shanghai is the economic and cultural center, blending an incredible mix of Eastern and Western culture. On one side of the mighty Yangtze River flowing through Shanghai is the Pu Dong district, rural farm land just 20 years ago, it is now the financial and commercial hub with skyscrapers stretching ever higher. Along the western bank of the river, the iconic Bund is a reminder of Shanghai’s colonial past featuring grand European architecture.
For those who like to shop, party and eat, Shanghai has all you could possibly want and more. But despite its cosmopolitan reputation, pockets of quaint tradition remain alive and well, dotted throughout the city. Explore countless old markets, back streets crammed with local eateries and discover incense filled temples still central to the locals’ daily life.
For more information on the city of Shanghai have a look at these sites:
- Maximum of 18 hours teaching per week
- Lesson planning
- Take part in school parties and events
- Excellent salary: 12,000 - 15,000 RMB per month
- End of contract bonus: 5,000 RMB
- Legal ‘Z’ work visa
- Airport pick-up and assistance on finding suitable accommodation
- 12 days public holidays plus 10 days extra holidays: 1,300RMB
- Health insurance
- On-going training and academic support
- Promotion opportunities
- Bachelor’s degree
- TEFL Certificate (No TEFL? We recommend INTESOL, est. 1993, 30% discounts: INTESOL Worldwide)
- Native English speaker from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa
- At least 2 years of teaching experience post graduation
- Plenty of passion and energy