Full time teacher required to teach EFL in Ulaanbaatar, China

Date posted:2005-02-08 | Writer: Santis Educational Services | Email: [email protected]

SANTIS Educational Services (SANTIS) established in 1999, located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It is a joint venture company owned by Orgilmaa Doloonjin, Director General of SES and Edward Nef, the President and the majority owner who owns the Santis Corporation in Washington DC, USA, which operates as the Inlingua Language Service Centers. SANTIS reflects the same programs and high standards as Inlingua Centers do.

SANTIS is looking for dedicated professionals qualified to teach mostly adults and children.

Compensation and Benefits:
* Competitive salary
* Upon a successful employment of one year - $900 bonus
* Fully furnished housing within walking distance to work
* Local health insurance
* 10 days paid vacation

* To be a Native English speaker
* Bachelorí³ Degree or higher, certificate in TESL/TEFL
* Minimum 2 years teaching experience in overseas

Orgilmaa Doloonjin, Director General
Santis Educational Services
Tel/Fax: 976-11-326373
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Contact us

In order to speed up the process, please send us an email with followings:
1) Your resume
2) Scanned passport photo page
3) Your starting date
4) Reference letters

NOTE: ONLY SHORTLISTED candidates will be contacted.

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From this unit, i have learned what are the age range of young learners ,the course content of this course ,its aims as well as objectives and how it will work .After completing the study of TEFL certificate, this course is a more specialized study which will enhance the chances and prospects of a teaching career .Finally , i also learned about the different factors to consider while thinking about hunting for a teaching job .This unit gave an overview of future tenses. From this unit I learned how difficult and complex future tenses are. As a native speaker, I do not even think about them when I speak English. As a future ESL teacher, I will make sure that I clearly teach the seven most common tenses and the usages of them. I will also look at the teaching ideas from this unit and use them since I understand now how complex this subject matter is.