Jul 172018

Job Description



The best in the field!

We are looking for ‘one native teacher’, and ‘three bilingual teachers’
from the end of July.2018.

1) Start Date : Bilinguals – Aus 1st, 2018
Native – Aus.30th, 2018
(1 week Training ahead – negotioble)

2) Working days: Monday to Friday

3) Working time:
MWF 13:00PM – 21:00PM
TTH 12:00PM-20:00PM

4) Target Students: age 7-13 (mostly elementary)

5) Salary: housing will not be provided, salary is definitely negotiable upon experience.

6) Benefits : Pension, Medical Insurance, Severance, 2 separate Vacations(1week each)

* Applicants families are welcome and treated equally.

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Tipical Questions
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Questions to ask
Do you have any hesitations about my qualifications? I love this question because it’s gutsy. Also, you’ll show that you’re confident in your skills and abilities.