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May 222018
 

About us

Established in 2009 as part of Haizhinan Education Group. Haikou Castle Kindergarten is a bilingual preschool, it has a beautiful campus, a very professional team and a unique teaching system.

(Hats on Top English Teaching System/Area Education) With this system, We try to build a truly bilingual environment and train them be positive/confident/independent. Our mission is to guard the child’s only childhood. Extracurricular activities include art/swimming/golf/baske t ball..

Job Description: Looking for FT English teachers (full-time teachers) for 3-6 years old children
Our teaching style: You will be a main teacher in international class with our teaching book provided Requirements:we prefer English native speaker and European teacher having experience with international stu dents. Benefits: Full time: 12,000 RMB/Month, 6 working hours a day, housing allowance, working visa, Half paid summer/winter holiday
Please contact Eline at A1146@directapply.findworka broad.com for more information, we look forward to hear from you

Salary: 12000 CNY(RMB) to 13000 CNY(RMB) Monthly
Housing: Allowance provided & support in finding suitable accommodation
Contract type: full time
Work visa provided: No
Teaching Students age: Array
Work Location: Haikou

Requirements:
– Proven work experience in the related field
– Passport holders

To apply visit this link:
http://cips.antianfan.com/r/6584d9

click here for more details and apply to position

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