The School of Foreign Languages at Beijing Normal University, Zhuhai Campus, Zhuhai, Guangdong, P. R. China is looking for native speakers of English to teach around 20 hours per week.
Duties will be to teach a mixture of academic classes and English language classes. The School is keen to recruit teachers qualified to PhD level in the fields of Linguistics, Education, or Literature who are able to teach classes in one or more of these subject areas in addition to ESL classes.
Applicants qualified should ideally hold a certificate in teaching English as a second language, and have at least 2 years experience of ESL teaching or of teaching abroad.
Because of work permit restrictions, applicants should be under 59 years of age.
Summary of Benefits:Salary is paid on a monthly basis for a 12 month contract, and is based upon classroom teaching hours. For teachers holding a PhD, salary ranges from 12540 RMB per month (before income tax) for 18 teaching hours per week to 15326 RMB per month (before income tax) for 22 teaching hours per week. For teachers holding a Masters degree, salary ranges from 9120 RMB per month (before income tax) for 18 teaching hours per week to 11146 RMB per month (before income tax) for 22 teaching hours per week.
Individual accommodation free of charge (an apartment with sitting room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom; air conditioners, TV, washing machine and refrigerator). The teacher is responsible for gas, electricity, and water bills.
Air ticket reimbursed upon completion of a one semester contract up to a maximum of RMB3500, and upon completion of a whole academic year contract (two semesters) up to a maximum of RMB7000.
To apply for a position, please email a covering letter, resumé, colour scans of your passport information page and degrees, and a recommendation letter from your most recent employer to Martin Stannard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-ordinator of Overseas Staff
School of Foreign Languages
Beijing Normal University, Zhuhai Campus
University Website www.bnuz.edu.cn
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