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Jun 152018
 

To Apply visit this link: http://link.cips.io/13d26e

Name Public primary school
Nature of the school primary school

Location Mentougou,Beijing, China

Salary and Benefits

Salary 18000
Airfare Allowance5000 /year Insurance Yes
Apartment Yes Meals Offered Yes
Over Work Allowance Yes
Holidays Statutory holidays
Paid Holidays Statutory holidays
Visa Z visa

Requirements

Subject To Teach English
Teaching Hours per week15h
Working Days per week5
Students’ Age6-12
Class Size:30
Duration of each class30-40mins
Nationalitynative speaker Degree Bachelor or above
Major N/A
Age Required22-55
Teaching Experience 2years prefer ed
Arrival time ASAP
Contract Length1 year

Salary: 18000 CNY /Month
Work visa provided: No
Teaching Students age: primary
Work Location: Beijing

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

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