Teach Kindergarten Kids in and around Shanghai
A Shanghai education group is looking for teachers to teach in their kindergarten schools in Shanghai and some other provinces nearby Shanghai.
||Employer:||Hongfei Education Global|
|Weekly contact hours:||No more than 15 teaching hours per week and no more than 20 preparation hours per week in total|
|Monthly salary:||10,000-15,000 RMB/Month|
|Contact name:||Jennifer Wang|
–Placement location: Shanghai, Xuzhou(Jiangsu Province), Changshu(Jiangsu Province) and Wenzhou(Zhejiang Province)
–Number of vacancies in total: 10
–Start date: anytime
–Deadline for applications: anytime
–Ages taught: The centre caters to the needs of students from the ages of 0-6.
–Class size: about 20 students
–Main duties: Customizing lesson plans
–Working days: 5 Days/Week, From Monday to Friday, 8:00am-16:30pm
–Accommodation type: You will be living in a private, shared apartment along with at least one other teacher.
–Visa: 12 months’ X1 visa or Z visa (with 2 years work experience)
Native English speaker.
Bachelor degree or higher (giving priority to people who has work experience)
Responsible, outgoing, friendly, hardworking and easy to work with
10000RMB/Month -15000 RMB/Month and free accommodation and meals
lAirport pick-up & transfers, Welcome pack and welcome dinner
lOrientation detailing Chinese customs, laws and other essential information
lAccommodation & meals (weekdays only at your teaching placement)
lMandarin classes, Cultural and social activities
l1 year contract
l24/7 support from Hongfei Edu and local support staff throughout your program
lContract completion bonus
lFurnished one bedroom apartment with kitchen, front room and bathroom
lAdditional 16-17 paid public holidays
Shanghai is a renowned international metropolis drawing more and more attention from all over the world. Situated on the estuary of Yangtze River, it serves as the most inﬂuential economic, ﬁnancial, international trade, cultural, science and technology center in East China. It belongs to the south of China. In addition to its modernization, the city’s multicultural ﬂair endows it with a unique glamour. Here, one ﬁnds the perfect blend of cultures, the modern and the traditional , and the western and the oriental. New skyscrapers and old Shikumen together draw the skyline of the city. Western customs and Chinese traditions intertwined and formed the city’s culture, making an intern’s stay truly memorable.
Xuzhou is located in eastern part of China as a strategic point linking north and south; therefore, it has been a place of vital military importance in every dynasties and periods. Numerous wars that took place there, from Three Kingdom War in ancient time to Huaihai Campaign in modern times. It has produced brave and faithful people and legendary stories of their times. The city covers an area of 11,258 square kilometers with a total population of 9.41 million. It is recognized as National Historical and Cultural City, National Favorable Tourist City, National Hygienic City and National Garden City. It is also one of the four mega cities on the key construction project list in Jiangsu Province and one of the central cities of the three major cosmopolitan zones.
Changshu is a county-level city under the jurisdiction of Suzhou, located in the south-eastern part of eastern China Jiangsu Province as well as the Yangtze River Delta. Due to the mild climate and terrain there, it has enjoyed a high level of agricultural civilization since ancient times and named after this. Chang in Chinese means always and Shu means crop harvest. Changshu first became an independent county in 540 AD, but in 581 AD it was made subordinate to Suzhou. It was promoted to seat of a full prefecture in 1295, rebuilt and fortified in the 14th century. And in 1370, it was reduced again to the level of a county. It has traditionally been a market town for locally-produced rice, corn, wheat, tea and mulberry leaves. Since the 13th century, it has been a major cotton-producing district. Although administratively still a subordinate city to Suzhou, it is a provincial base of foreign trade.
Wenzhou is located in south-eastern of Zhejiang Province. It has a history which goes back to about 2000 BC. By that time, it was famous for its pottery production. In the 2nd century BC it was called the Kingdom of Dong’ou. In Tang Dynasty, it was promoted to prefecture status and given its current name in AD 675. The name Wenzhou was formed from the nearby Wenqiao Mountains and the addition of the –zhou prefecture suffix. Throughout its history, its traditional economic role has been as a port giving access to the mountainous interior of southern Zhejiang Province. In 1876 it was opened to the foreign tea trade. During 1937 and 1942 the WWII, Wenzhou achieved importance as one of the few ports still under Chinese control.