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Jun 172018
 

To Apply visit this link: http://cips.io/461fac

School

Name Beijing Chaoyang Kindergarten
Nature of the semiconducting
Introduction
The school is located in downtown and it is a foreign collaboration for preschool education, there are foreign teachers in our kindergarten, you will enjoy a wonderful life with our teachers and children.

Requirements

Subject To Teach English
Teaching Hours per week40
Working Days per week5
Students’ Age3-6
Class Size20
Duration of each class45mins Nationalitynative speaker
Degree bachelor or above Major preferred Education
Age Required24-55 Teaching Experience 2years Arrival time AUS, 2018
Contract Length2years

Salary and Benefits

Salary 20000-25000
Airfare Allowance5000/yearafter the first year’s Insurance commercial insurance Apartment ayes Meals Offeredayes
Over Work Allowance According to the school rules Holidays statutory holidays and school holidays. Paid Holidays winter and summer vacation
Visa I’s visa provided.

Salary: 20000 CNY to 25000 CNY Monthly
Work visa provided: Yes
Teaching Students age: kindergarten
Work Location: Chaoyang, Beijing,China

Requirements:
– Teaching experience
– Passport holders

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http://cips.io/461fac

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