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8000--9500 rmb --5 positions for native english teachers in a beautiful city,chongqing  

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5 native  english teachers needed urgently in a english training school  in  a beautiful city, chongqing

if you want to know more about our city,visit the website pls:



1. Teaching Experience preferred,

2. No degree requirement

3. Teaching Certificate Holder Preferred,

4. under 40 years old

about the job:

 Students age: 3--12 years old  students

- Salary:  8000--9500 rmb  per month

              Workload:  25 hours per week

.- Accomodation: free apartment, good living conditions.

---6000 rmb air ticket after one year contract

----z visa provided by the school

Start Date: asap

For other available teaching offers visit us at: http://chinajobcenter.blog.163.com/

please send your resume ,the copy of your passport and visa ,your recent colour photo to us :

Email: 1157641432@qq.com 

QQ: 1157641432 SKYPE:jobinchina99

talk online PLS, we are online all day.

About US:


our school is one of the most recognized English schools in Chongqing, South West of China. it is an after-school English program for young learners from 3-12 years old in Chongqing. it  currently has 2 schools in Chongqing. it  teaches Reading, Math, Science and Social Studies through its K-6 program which are on level with American school systems.


We already employ 4 native English-speaking teachers and have some experience working with people just like you. In addition to our competitive salary, we offer a housing allowance, hourly teaching pay, and contract renewal bonuses.


We have positions throughout Chongqing, offering a variety of lifestyles and ensuring we can accommodate individuals, couples or friends who wish to live or work together. Our Recruiting Managers are former Enhance Subject English teachers who will walk you through your application, help plan your living in Chongqing and complete your pre-arrival documents. Once here, we organize all of your documentation for working at Enhance Subject English.


 50% classes are taught by native speaking foreign teachers, with Chinese local teachers on site for support. Most English teachers have a TESOL/TEFL certificate to ensure the best teaching quality in the classroom. Foreign teachers are responsible for teaching lectures, while Chinese teachers are mainly responsible for communication with parents and hear their feedback. our English teachers are professional, meticulous, experienced and caring.it has good training programs to support both foreign teachers and Chinese teachers to ensure the quality of teaching.


Living In Chian

Welcome to China

History of China


China, one of the countries that can boast of an ancient civilization, has a long and mysterious history - almost 5,000 years of it! Like most other great civilizations of the world, China can trace her culture back to a blend of small original tribes which have expanded until they became the great country we have today.


It is recorded that a Yuanmou man is the oldest hominoid in China and the oldest dynasty is Xia Dynasty. From the long history of China, there emerged many eminent people that have contributed tremendously to the development of the whole country and to the enrichment of her history. Among them, there are emperors like Li Shimin (emperor Taizong of the Tang), philosophers like Confucius, great patriotic poets like Qu Yuan and so on.


Chinese society has progressed through five major stages - Primitive Society, Slave Society, Feudal Society, Semi-feudal and Semi-colonial Society, and Socialist Society. The rise and fall of the great dynasties forms a thread that runs through Chinese history, almost from the beginning. Since the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1st, 1949, China has become a socialist society and become stronger and stronger.


Religions & Beliefs in China


Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism are the three major religions in China; although it is true to say that Confucianism is a school of philosophy rather than a religion.


Generally speaking, Chinese people do not have a strong religious inclination, but despite this the three main faiths have had a considerable following. The fact that Confucianism is a philosophy rather than a religion meant that it became the orthodox doctrine for Chinese intellectuals in the days of the feudalist society. However, these intellectuals did not stick to their doctrine as a believer clings to his belief. Someone summarized the true attitude of Chinese intellectuals as - they followed the teachings of Confucius and Mencius when they were successful but would turn to Taoism when they were frustrated.


Many people say they are Buddhists yet have never read the sutras. Most people will say they believe in gods, destiny, fate, luck and an afterlife. Even so, on most occasions, rather than rely on prayer, people will make decisions all by themselves or resort to either family or friends for help. A visible human being is considered far more reliable than invisible gods or spirits.


Get to China

We pick you up from the airport, provide complimentary hotel accommodation and guide you through over 40 hours of theory and practicums training before you teach.


After completing your initial training, we help you find accommodation that suits you, whether it is with training group friends or finding your own apartment. We know getting started is tough, so if money is an issue when you arrive, you can apply for an interest free loan of up to 8,000 RMB ($1,200) to help you settle down in China.


Settle Down

Once in Chongqing, we provides 10 day hotel accommodation, so you only need to organize your personal needs during this period. You will be paid on the 15th of your second month for all classes taught in the first month. It is also possible for FT's to arrange midmonth pay advances to tide them over. Although general living is cheap, initial deposits on rental apartments vary, and many come unfurnished.




Housing standards here are generally quite acceptable, but usually smaller than you're used to. Rent varies considerably depending on location, sharing arrangements and quality of apartment. The majority of our teachers in “Chongqing, pay between 1,500 and 3,000 RMB per month. Elsewhere rent is cheaper. The typical arrangement for our foreign teachers is to have a room in a shared apartment. Often new teachers find flat mates during the large group initial trainings. Most apartments have two or three bedrooms.Rental security istypically two months’ rent. Deposits of one month are also required.  The settle down cost typically runs from $1,000- $1,500.




Eating out is very affordable. There is a great range of tasty Chinese meals for as little as 15 to 50RMB.


Western food is expensive. Local food is very cheap. You can easily find a filling local rice, noodle, soup or dumplings dish for between RMB 10 and 30. A Big Mac fries and coke combo from McDonalds costs 25 RMB. Dinner for two in a good Italian restaurant will cost about 100 RMB. Supermarkets sell local and imported produce at average prices. Traditional markets sell fresh local produce at much better prices. Some western luxury items are simply exorbitant, but even these are slowly coming down as China becomes more international and its cities more cosmopolitan. While all manner of cuisine is available in the bigger cities, in some places choices are limited. Finding vegetarian food is always easy - China seems to have more kinds of tofu than street names.




The Mass Rapid Transit system, MRT, is a cheap and efficient way to get around China.  


In Chongqing, the ERT urban subway system is inexpensive and efficient - you can get to one side of the city to the other for 2-6 RMB. The high population density across China means that buses run regularly just about everywhere. Fares are very cheap (2-5 RMB).


It's never cheap to make a habit of taking taxis everywhere you go, but cab fares here aren't too bad. This is useful because often taking a taxi is the easiest way to find a new place. The cab fee starts at 8RMB and 1.6 for each extra mile.




The variety of Eastern and Western entertainment never leaves you with nothing to do.

Drinking is one of the fastest ways to use up your money in China. A few drinks at home won't really dent the budget, but if you're into partying hard on the weekend there's plenty of establishments willing to sell you a great time, it just costs a lot. The two most popular beers are Tsingtao Beer and Yanjing costing 10– 20 RMB per can or bottle from the convenience store. In a bar, you'll usually pay about 30 for a beer and about 50 for a cocktail. Depending on the venue, these prices can run higher. Most clubs have cover charges and they tend to charge about 100 – 200 at peak times during the weekend.


A movie ticket costs about 30-80RMB. A year's gym membership can be as little as 3,000.  


For the younger generation in China, KTV (karaoke) is pretty much the national pastime. A room costs about 100/hour plus expect to pay around 30/person on top of that. Some of the older generations like to relax by doing indoor shrimp fishing in manmade pools. It would set you back around 200/hour to join them.


Working In China

Job Description


Working hours


The contract salary for the contract terms is based upon a forty-hour work week,which includes teaching hours and non-teaching hours. Non-teaching duties include but are not limited to, lesson planning, practicing class with Chinese teachers and performing other administration duties such as academic meetings, parent-teacher meetings, workshops, marketing activities and demo classes.  The forty working hours per week includes one hour per day for meals.  The Employee shall receive two full days of rest per week.


our school calendar


our  English centers open 9 AM – 9 PM daily. Teachers have 2 days off during the week and work within 35 hour per week. Please check with center manager for individual working schedule.

Teaching Contracts


There is a standard working contract offered by our school. New teachers are expected to sign the contract 1 day after arriving to China or prior to the start of their first class.


Opportunities for Advancement


After your first year, there are opportunities to take positions in teacher management, adult teaching, training, recruiting, marketing, multi-media design and curriculum development.  


Workload for teachers


Unlike many other jobs in an office or in the service industry, working in education has its own rewards and demands. Very few occupations offer the satisfaction of successfully reaching a child and seeing them learn from your teaching. With this satisfaction also comes the demand of being an educator. Being a teacher means your job is not finished when the bell rings. For many of you this position will have more work outside of “working hours” than you are used to. There is no worse situation than a teacher who is not prepared for the workload and then gives his or her students less than what they deserve. The educator's first responsibility is to their students, and the best educators will give that needed “extra” effort.


We want our teachers to experience China and make the most of their time here but also be aware that it's more than an extended vacation- it's a job.


We equip you with thorough training, support and a full curriculum to help you along, but realize providing a quality education doesn't come without effort. After all, a cake doesn't bake itself even if you have all of the ingredients!


Marking homework, preparing lessons and proper grading and assessment of each student takes time and will take up a lot of time when you're first getting started. A 35 hour work-week may not seem like much at first glance on paper, but when you factor in learning how to do your new job, getting a handle on classroom management, preparation and homework grading, and learning your new job will simply take time. But, like anything else you do, the more you do it, the better and more efficient you become. Time management and efficiency are key components to teaching, especially when you are teaching various classes at different levels of ability. We realize these skills do take time to build, develop and improve and don't come over night.


If you've ever worked a full time job, you know what we're talking about. If this is your first serious job, you're in for a good surprise! It might be overwhelming at first, but it will strengthen skills you didn't know you had. Remember that at the end of the day, job satisfaction comes from being good at what you do and we want to help you achieve that. By giving as much as your students deserve, you will learn what true job satisfaction is. The dream of all successful teachers is to hear a student suddenly state, “Now I understand!”


Z working visa:


If you have bachelor’s degree, 2 years working experience and over 25 years old, you are eligible for applying for the Z working visa. Please contact the school HR department to organize all the necessary papers needed to obtain (Z) working visa. You may come to China with any proper visa; then the company will process it in Beijing and get you a Z working visa.However, you may be required to re-enter China from overseas (usually Hong Kong) with proper papers issued by Beijing authorities.


F Business visa


As some candidates are under 25 years old with less than 2 years of working experience from graduation, you can also come to China first by applying for the F business visa. The school will email you a scanned copy of your business invitation letter. Please print it in color and take it to the nearby Chinese consulate to apply for the F visa. After you land in China, the school will assist you in getting a visa extension and pay the visa extension fee. It is quite common for teachers to come to China with a F visa. It is up to your judgment to evaluate your qualifications to apply for the Z or F visa.


our school will sponsor those who are employed as teachers and give assistance to teachers during the visa process. Every effort will be made to help you apply for and receive your proper visa. Details of the visa process and the documents required will be sent to you once you have been accepted.


There are five basic requirements that are necessary to apply for this position. Please do not apply if you cannot fulfill these five requirements, as all teachers must meet the China government's regulations to qualify for legal working status. There are no exceptions.


Native English Speaker


You must have fluent use of English. If English is your second language, it should be just as fluent and clear as your first language. Remember, you are applying for a position to teach young children. You are there to teach proper pronunciation, intonation and grammar. The market in China prefers the American phonetic system. However, don't panic if you are not American. If you are willing to sound a bit 'American' while teaching phonics and vocabulary, you'll do fine. All it comes down to is attitude and effort.


Hold a passport from a native English Speaking country


Only the following countries are recognized by the China Department of Education as English-speaking countries: The United States, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom and Australia.


Minimum Education Requirements


Teachers must have one of the following qualifications to meet the Chinese government's minimum educational requirement

l  A Bachelor's degree in any discipline OR

l  An Associate's degree with a TEFL / TESOL Certificate.


l  Authority does not recognize any other form of certification including diplomas, unless you can prove from your school that what you have studied is the equivalent of a Bachelor's degree.


Must be able to sign one year contract


All our contracts are one year in duration. In order to follow Chinese law, we cannot offer short-term, seasonal or summer contracts.


Must be physically and mentally healthy


All our teachers must pass a health check in order to gain legal working status.









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