Teach English in Sichuan (China)
Teach English in Sichuan, famous for spicy food, pandas and mahjong. There are branches in 26 locations in the province of Sichuan.
- Students are 3-12 years old.
- 20 teaching hours + 20 office hours/week.
- Prepare lessons and materials in advance for all classes.
- Give lessons to the highest standards of English language teaching.
- Continually strive for self-development and attend regular developmental meetings.
- Maintain student and class records.
- Be responsible for students’ welfare and progress.
- Administer and record the results of progress reports, tests and assessments for students.
- Student recruitment, responsible for the DEMO class and assist relevant student recruitment activities.
- Assist in the placement testing and interviewing of new students.
- Carry out teaching related responsibilities including but not limited to demonstration classes, monthly activities, monthly show, tutorials, seminars, presentations, and attend kindergarten events and other activities.
- Substitute for absent colleagues, possibly on short notice or off-site.
Salary and Benefits
- Month salary: 16,000–25,000 RMB (2,475-3,860 USD).
- Housing allowance: 1,500–2,000 RMB.
- Health benefits: commercial insurance.
- Summer and winter break.
- Free on weekends.
- One month paid training.
- Up to 10,000 RMB/year flight reimbursement.
- 5,000 RMB end of contract bonus.
Job Requirements to Teach English in Sichuan
- You are a native English speaker.
- You have a bachelor degree.
- You have a teaching certificate (TEFL/TESOL/CELTA).
Why Teachers Love to Teach English in Sichuan
Sichuan is most well-known for friendly people, spicy hot pot, pandas, and kung pao chicken.
Spring and fall are the best seasons to see the natural beauty of Sichuan. There are many interesting natural landscapes like the UNESCO World Heritage site Jiuzhaigou National Park. This dream-like place hosts 108 lakes and 3 groups of waterfalls, along with endangered plants and animals. The province is also home to the Leshan Giant Buddha, the biggest stone carved seated Buddha in the world at 71 meters/233 feet tall.
The capital city Chengdu is one of the most liveable mega-cities in China. Unlike Shanghai and Beijing, the experience is more authentic Chinese. Don’t miss Jinli Ancient street, dating back to 221 BC, and the Wuhou shrine.