English Teacher Wanted(Four-day Workweek)--King's International English Job Available
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King's International English has been providing high-quality language training for both adults and kids. We devotes to building an interesting and advanced English environment to help students learn the language in a happy way. Our goal is to help students become a confident user of English in an international business, academic, political or social setting, particularly with strong skills in Listening and speaking. And we finally help students to build up the English thinking, divergent thinking, abstract thinking and logical thinking.
King's International English is looking for talents to join us. If you become part of this big family, you would experience an extraordinary life together with all our students and coworkers, and improve yourself as well.
About the Job:
•School: King's Xiamen
•City: Xiamen, Fujian Province
Overview of Xiamen: http://english.xm.gov.cn/ ;
Life in Xiamen: http://www.whatsonxiamen.com/
•Students' levels: 5-60
•4-10 students per class
•Type: Full time (Four-day Workweek )
•Preferred periods: one-year contract
•Native English speakers;
•Bachelor’s degree or above;
•Teaching experience: at least two-year teaching experience preferred;
•Teaching certificate(TEFL, TESOL);
•Positive, outgoing, passionate commitment to teaching.
•free training on teaching;
•competitive salary & benefits;
•work visa application, foreign expert certificate & residence permit;
•variety of activities
How to apply:
Should you want to apply for this position, please contact us with the following documents:
•one recent photo;
•Scanned/copied diploma and teaching certificate (if you have).
(Wrong) If you are seeking to improve your English, that I can suggest you to think about your writings first.
(Better) If you are seeking to improve your English, then I suggest you consider your writing.
Writing essays is not a good way to learn English or any language. Did you learn Chinese by writing essays?
Step One: listening, then, speaking Step Two: reading, then (lastly), writing