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    • #802

      St Albans Bilingual School, a new British-Chinese bilingual primary school opening in the beautiful coastal city of Lianyungang, China is hiring native English-speaking ESL teachers for this coming September.

      Competitive package and nice work environment. Start: this September.


      – Summer events and activities July-August

      – ESL teaching to primary school children from September 2017

      – Involvement in extra curricular activities

      – Professional feedback for parents


      – Native English speaker

      – Bachelor’s degree

      – 1 year teaching experience

      – Patient, caring and supportive


      – RMB 15-25k per month depending on experience

      – Accomodation

      – Full support attaining a China work visa

      – Contract completion bonus

      – Airfare bonus

      – Smart, attractive and caring work environment

      – Beautiful coastal city


      If interested, please email [email protected]

    • #1619

      British school. It must be something to do with Britain specifically, not just English language. However, English language was invented in England. I see requirement is native English speaker. Although, a lot of people out there speak English well (not their 1st language). Good there is help with China visa. What are the extra curricular activities?

    • #1902

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    • #2499

      I would like to apply there. I have 2 years experience as a teacher. 

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    • #2501

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      did not understand you ?!

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