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Jun 132018
 

To Apply visit this link: http://cips.io/1f7606
Location: Chang Ping district, Beijing,China
Type: Kindergarten Bilingual Teacher International school
Working hours: Mon – Fri: 8:00 am-5:00pm
Students age3-6 years
Class size: 10-15 students
Class length:25 minutes each class

We are looking for cand idates that:

1. Bachelor Degree or above in English, Education, or Early Childhood Education, or at leas t one-year full-time teaching experience about Montessori ( Teaching License or language teaching certificate preferred).
2. Native or Near-Native level of proficiency in En glish.

Salary & Benefit

Employment Benefits:
1. C & B Package: RMB 18000-30000/month.
2. Health insurance provided (Vision and Dental excluded).
3. Yearly round trip airfare from Beijing to your home country.
4. Relocation allowance provi ded.
5. Thirty-day paid vacation and all Chinese holi days in one school year.
6. Free accommodation within a five-minu te-walk from campus.
7. Subsidized meals at school cafete ria.
8. Regular/Annual physical checku p.
9. Assistance in Work Visa obtainment or renewal.
10. Free Chinese language lessons on campus.
11. Field trips each semester, holiday gift / allowance, etc.
12. Ongoing Professional Development Opportunities.
13. Faculty’s children free schooling provided on campus.

Please contact us for more details
Email: connectbeijing@126.com

Salary: 18000 CNY to 30000 CNY Monthly
Housing: Yes, provided
Contract type: Full time
Work visa provided: Yes
Teaching Students age: kindergarten
Work Location: Beijing

Requirements:
– Teaching experience
– Degree in any field
– Passport holders

To apply visit this link:
http://cips.io/1f7606

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