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Jun 182018
 

To Apply visit this link: http://cips.antianfan.com/8d4574

School

Name Training  Institution in Dalian

Dalian province,China

Requirements

Subject To Teach English Teaching Hours per week35h max
Working Days per week5 Students’ Age3-12
Class Size Average level Duration of each class45mins Nationalitynative speaker Degree bachelor or above
Major education is prefer ed Age Required Eligible for Z visa
Teaching Experience N/A
Arrival time’s
Contract Length15 months

Salary and Benefits

Salary 20000 Airfare Allowanceayes Insurance ayes
Apartment provide Over Work Allowanceayes Holidays 12days paid annual vacation, and 4-5days for the new year Paid Holidays statutory holidays
Visa I’s visa

Other
1. If the teacher need to study Chinese here, will get another 500yuan allowance
2. If the teacher could finish the whole contract, will get another 12000 bonus

Salary: 18000 CNY to 20000 CNY Monthly
Work visa provided: No
Work Location: Dalian

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

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http://cips.antianfan.com/8d4574

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