Reach To Teach has several kindergartens in Shenzhen that are looking for American teachers that have experience working with young learners and that are willing to learn their teaching methodology for young learners.
A Western management team ensures that you'll be well taken care of during your year abroad, and your classrooms are bright, spacious and beautiful learning centers with plenty of current teaching materials and resources.
Class sizes are small. You'll have 8-10 students per class and a Teaching Assistant to assist you in class.
This school uses an American curriculum and will only consider American teachers.
Bachelor's Degree (bring original degree to China)
Native Speaker from the USA
You must be willing to work weekday nights and weekends
You must have experience working with young learners between 18 months and 6 years of age
Clear Criminal Background Check
MONTHLY SALARY: 13,000 – 15,000 RMB per month depending on experience and qualifications
AIRFARE: Up to 5,000RMB
HOUSING: Free housing provided
PAID VACATION: 18 days + 12 unpaid days of annual leave (inclusive of national holidays)
5-day workweek with two days off each week
40 hours per week (20 classes per week that are 60 to 75 minutes in length plus office hours)
Cost of entry visa reimbursed
Assistance with Z visa and Foreign Expert Certificate and costs of your documents are reimbursed by the school)
Medical exam and insurance provided
TO APPLY: http://www.reachtoteachrecruiting.com/apply-now-to-teach-english-abroad.html#/jobdetails/job_20170322063942_HIKPOJWFSAQOQZW7
Reach To Teach is a FREE ESL Teacher Placement Agency. We never take a percentage of your salary and there are no hidden fees.
The Reach To Teach program encourages upcoming graduates and recent alumni to explore paid opportunities teaching English to children in countries such as South Korea, Taiwan and China.
This is an excellent opportunity for upcoming graduates and recent alumni that want to encounter new cultures, work with children, learn a new language and perhaps pay off some student loans! It’s a great way to ‘give something back’ while also developing one’s own resume and skill set over the course of a year.