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  • Byron Logue
    Byron Logue wrote:
    <p><em>SDX Education Technology is a joint venture between the world's largest E-learning Software company Aurolog and the long running Chinese Education Group Shi Da Heng.</em></p> <p>Aurolog has been developing top of the line E-learning software for the last 30 years and is recognized as the world's largest and most modern developer of such software.</p> <p>Shi Da Heng has been providing pedagogy training to the Ministry of Education for the last decade as well has operating a successful corporate training company.</p> <p><em>SDX provides E-learning solutions to vocational colleges around the country, providing service, development and training to ensure that all of our partner schools are able to deliver a 1st class modern education to their students.</em></p> <p><strong>The Current Position:</strong></p> <p>We are currently looking for an education specialist to work in a project development function, developing complimentary material which enhances and increases the value of our core product.</p> <p><strong>The Package:</strong></p> <p> RMB15,000 per month<br /> 26 days annual paid leave<br /> Mon &ndash; Fri work schedule (Double time on weekends if requested)<br /> Visa provided<br /> Health Insurance<br /> Advanced Training in Pedagogy and teaching techniques</p> <p><strong>Responsibilities:</strong></p> <p> Analyzing and developing learning paths<br /> Creating value adding material<br /> Developing E-learning contact class material<br /> Assist in the filming of demonstration material<br /> Supporting the Corporate Training Department (Max: 20 teaching hours per week)</p> <p>Long Term Development:</p> <p>For the right individual who shows promise, there are good prospects for personal and professional development within this company. In addition to promotion opportunities there is also the opportunity for travel throughout the country on expenses paid business trips for 2 - 3 days at a time to work closely with our vocational partners at their schools. These include Chongqing, Dalian, Qingdao, Shanghai, Fuzhou, Guangzhou etc. Additionally Salary increases by 1000(NET) every year.</p> <p>Requirements:</p> <p> English native speaker from the UK, US or Canada<br /> 25 years old minimum<br /> At least 2 years teaching experience<br /> Business experience preferred<br /> Experience in corporate training necessary<br /> A genuine commitment to your craft<br /> Presentable, intelligent and in possession of prodigious interpersonal skills<br /> Organized and punctual<br /> Have a positive outlook with regards to your work</p> <p>If you are interested and meet our requirement criteria please send your CV, recent photo and a quick explanation as to why we should hire you to<a href="mailto:sdx_edutech@rocketmail.com">sdx_edutech@rocketmail.com</a></p>
  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahaha ... that individual certainly lacks "prodigious interpersonal skills" ...

    Byron, any details on the "health insurance"?

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... I see ... my slight dilemma (spelt wrong? not qualified?) is that I belong to the group of "foreigners" who do not need visa ... anyway, let me check that on my end and then get back to you ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... hmmm ... on second thought, I will need to check whether that "thing" is called a visa ... heehee ...

    FYI ... I myself is a foreign citizen, but also a (legal) Hong Kong resident, so I get one of those long-term working permit, which might (or might not) be a visa ... I know as a fact that I dont need to "step out" every year to get my visa done, until my ten-year permit expires, and then I will need to make a short trip to HK ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... HK is one of the SAR's, the others are Macau and Shenzhen, but HK and Macau are not part of the China's legal system ...

    ... but your point is, what?

    [5 min later] ... maybe this can help ...

    If HK (and Macau) is part of China, why do Chinese residents need to get "special passes" if they want to go to HK or Macau, whereas they are free to travel anywhere across China?

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... it is not common knowledge and it's a confusing mass anyway, so no apology required, many locals (such as Rhenzi) also think that HK is 100% China owned, when it is not ...

    Funny enough, I have been advised by the embassy to un-use my HK residency but swapped back to the visa system, so that they can protect me, heehee ...

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... heehee ... and I had never denied that either ... certain individual discovered that I am an Australian spy, and now she is running for her life :)

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