English Teacher Wanted

Teach English abroad in Asia and do rewarding work!

Teach English in one of the best cities for expats in China, Dalian!


A passport from the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand or South Africa.

A bachelor’s degree or better.

A 120-hour TEFL certificate or better.

A clear criminal background.


Up to 18,000 RMB (~2580 USD) per month.

5 working days per week with 2 consecutive days off.

22 days paid holiday.

Health insurance.

Visa assistance and costs within China covered.

Airport pickup, and arrival hotel costs covered.

Flight reimbursement up to 5,000 RMB.

Up to 12,000 RMB salary advance.

End of contract bonus of 5,000 RMB.


20 teaching + 4 office hours per week.

Students: 3-18 years old, 12-14 students per class.

Your Teaching Assistant will assist you with marking homework, communicating with parents and classroom behaviour.

All courses have complete course and syllabus guides, so you can concentrate on how to develop your teaching, rather than worrying about what to teach. The school provides all the books, CDs, educational toys and other teaching resources needed to teach the curriculum. You are welcome to bring any music, games, and other teaching materials to adjust classes to suit your style. Each classroom has a projector and internet access, so it is easy to demonstrate something to students.

What you need to know:

Location: Dalian, Liaoning, China
Contract Length: 1 Year(s)
Job Type: Full Time
Age Group: Young Learners
School Type: Language School
Pay: 18000 Per Month
Accommodation Included: No, but assistance provided
Start Date: 1st Sep 2020
Application Deadline: 2nd Nov 2020
Degree Required? Yes
TEFL Certificate Hours Required 120+ hours
Job Reference CHINA38215
Number of Vacancies 4

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