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  • aodengedu
    aodengedu wrote:
    <p>Teaching English in 4 cities of China.Englsih ntive speaker needed. 6000-8000RMB/Month.+Visa Provided.+House allowance. +6000 bonus . </p> <p>Job description: *Salary: 6000-8000/Month after tax. *Work time: Wednesday to Sunday. Less than 28 hours/week including office hours. *Trainees: 2-10 years old student. *Work place: Beijing北京,Nanjing南京,Guangzhou广州,Shenyang沈阳 *Teaching subjects: Such as maths, drama, art, music, global leadership… *Advantage: 1. Visa help 2. Medical insurance 3. Offer Accommodation 4. 2000RMB House Allowance(Beijing) 5. 6000RMB Airticket Allowance after one year contract. 6. Paid time off including Chinese national holidays, sick days and vacation 7. You can get a TESL Certificate after finish your one year contract in our school</p> <p>Requirements for candidates:</p> <ul> <li>A passion for educating children</li> <li>Ability to commit to a one year contract</li> <li>Energetic, enthusiastic approach to delivering content to learners</li> <li>English Native speaker with at least one year teaching experience about kids *Ability to command the attention of large groups of children in an engaging manner </li> <li>Use immersive learning techniques such as story-telling, singing, dialogue and role playing in combination with formal exercises to deliver curriculum </li> <li>English language fluency including but not limited to: proper grammar, sentence structure, word tense, subject-verb agreement, and proper use of adjectives and adverbs</li> </ul> <p>If you want to apply this position. You can send your documents(Resume; Photo; Visa Passport and Degree Copy ) to my Email:</p> <p>Email:aodengedu@hotmail.com Skype:aodengedu QQ: 1603514681 TEL:13146022090</p>
  • Ajantha Manohar

    I only have a High School Diploma, is enough?

    oh! Im black, is this a problem?

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