Urgent!!! A famous U.K-based kindergarten in Beijing and Shenzhen is looking for several full-time English teachers.

  1. Class size and ages:

2~6 yrs old kids and 20 students maximum

  1. Working hours and days:

9:00 am to 17:00 pm (from Monday to Friday)

40 working hours per week

  1. Competitive salary package

16,000 RMB after tax (plus free accommodation)

  1. Benefits

Endowment insurance

Medical insurance

Unemployment insurance

Employment injury insurance

Maternity insurance

Housing fund

  1. Start date


  1. Requirements

Native speakers with good communication skills

Relative experience preferred in kindergarten


  1. Location

Address: Beijing Capital International Airport, Beijing

And Baoan District, Shenzhen

If you are interested in this position, please send one of your photos and resume to my email box. Thanks very much~~

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