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Teaching Abroad Program - ESL Teacher

Teaching Abroad Program – ESL Teacher

- Suzhou, China


Our Client, one of the most famous ESL Institutes in China, is looking for 400 ESL Teachers to join their big family. It is a good opportunity for people who has a passion for teaching and wants to explore the world. This innovative position requires the educator to care for and promote a values-based approach to effective learning and student engagement in an atmosphere of mutual respect, understanding and security.



  • Plan, organize and implement high quality ESL provision to a wide range of grade groups
  • Identify students requiring ESL support
  • Facilitate and encourage students to provide a positive learning environment
  • Collaboratively assess the quality of ESL provision
  • Work with Curriculum Coordinator and faculties to enrich the curriculum learning opportunities for ESL students
  • Teach in private schools with small groups of students, top public schools, and corporates in Suzhou



  • TEFL/TESL/TESOL certificate authorized by Chinese Government preferred (Employer will provide on-boarding training session once hired)
  • Duration of one-year is preferred, but shorter periods are also considered
  • Confident to interact with teenagers and professionals
  • English as a Native language



  • Small-to-medium-sized groups
  • 5 days/week, with occasional overtime
  • A friendly informal working environment
  • Chinese Teaching Assistants (TA’s) stand by in each lesson
  • Free Chinese classes provided by the Chinese Teaching Department
  • Course textbooks and additional materials are provided



  • 8,000-9000 RMB ≈ (1307.50 USD) per month
  • International insurance plan provided – Reimbursement of 1,400RMB per year for those who purchased their own insurance in China
  • An unlimited subway or bicycle card, car service (drive by professional drivers) for off-site lessons, or taxi reimbursement provided
  • Work Visa sponsorship and Foreign Experts Certificate
  • Accommodation supports in terms of searching and dealing with local agencies/landlords. Financial instructions for deposits and/or limited advance rent payment, OR sharing a dormitory of 1,000 RMB per month if available
  • 20 days paid holidays each year (including the National holiday)
  • Flight reimbursement of 4,000 RMB per year
  • Contract completion bonus of 3,000 RMB
  • A two-month probation period
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