Teach English in Nanjing (no office hours + free accommodation)

Teach English in Nanjing (no office hours + free accommodation)

Nanjing is a big city of 8 million people and has a brilliant history, good nightlife, and food of all cuisines around the world. It is one of the better places to live in China as it balances a high standard of living while not being overly expensive.

 

  • Teach English, Reading, Writing, and Speaking skills.
  • Taking responsibility for the progress of all classes taught.
  • Maximum 24 teaching hours per week.
  • NO office hours.
About us

With over 500,000 alumni, 85,000 students and 300 schools, we know you'll love teaching with us!

What we offer
  • 11,000-18,000 RMB per month after tax.
  • 10-month contract.
  • Free accommodation, free utilities, free internet.
  • All paid official holidays, paid Winter Holiday (usually 3-4 weeks).
  • Accident Insurance.
  • Visa and Foreign Expert Certificate provided.
What we want
  • You have a passport from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, United States, South Africa or United Kingdom.
  • You have a bachelor degree or above.
  • TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certificate or 2 years teaching experience preferred.

You need to have the requirements below:

English Level
Native
Age
22
55
Nationality
American
Australian
British
Canadian
Irish
New Zealander
South African

AND one of the following sets to apply:

Degree
Bachelors
TEFL Certificate
TEFL/TESOL Certificate
Hours on TEFL Cert.
120
How to apply

Please fill in the application form.

Extra Information

Why Teachers Love Nanjing

 

Nanjing is a big city of 8 million people and has a brilliant history, good nightlife, and food of all cuisines to keep your palate busy. Nanjing is a great place to live for numerous reasons, like its great sightseeing spots like the city wall, hotspots like 1912 for nightlife, or Purple Mountain for natural beauty. As a major travel hub, Nanjing also offers up access to the rest of China through the country’s high-speed rail system.

 

While hardly a small city, it’s not as hectic and huge as Shanghai or Beijing, and thanks to recent efforts the pollution has improved markedly in the last few years.

 

Nanjing is as friendly and safe a place as one can find in China, and one of the better places to live in the country as it balances a high standard of life while not being overly expensive.

Uni Cert.
Preferred
TEFL Cert.
Preferred
Passport Photo Page
Preferred
Personal Photo
Preferred

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