Job Teaching Young Learners EFL in Shanghai, China

Date posted:2018-01-25 | Writer: Reach to Teach | Email: [email protected]

Reach to Teach has EFL teaching positions in Shanghai. Teach at bright, beautiful and spacious English learning centers at a well recognized school that offers Western management support.

Work at a school that understands their foreign teaching staff and that provides you with the support you need to do your job well. Happy teachers makes happy students! Teach young learners between the ages of 3 and 15 years. Teaching experience is not required for these positions, although you must be creative, adaptable, and passionate about working with kids.


Full BA

Native Speaker from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, South Africa and the United States

Two years of post graduate work experience


Criminal Record Check

You must be willing to work weekday nights and weekends


MONTHLY SALARY: 15,000 RMB per month 

AIRFARE: Roundtrip airfare included

ARRIVAL/RELOCATION BONUS: 3,000RMB to 5,000RMB arrival bonus to help get set up in your new home

HOUSING: Included

PAID VACATION: 10 days + National Holidays


Free accommodation provided upon arrival

Assistance in finding housing

1st month salary advance available

Two consecutive days off

Z visa and Foreign Expert Certificate

Performance and attendance bonuses throughout the year

40 hours per week (25 teaching hours plus office hours)

Health insurance provided

Free Chinese lessons


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


Productive skills has to do with speaking and writing. Teachers can use these two most important skills to help students express themselves well through speaking as well as writing. Students can be guided with so many creative activities to build on their fluency and writing. Frequent debates, discussions and writing contest are all ways to improve on productive skills in the school.The unit puts forth ideas into classroom management, and gives general management theory. Techniques to gain rapport, encourage learning and interest in the course, as well as maintain dominance in the best way within the classroom is focused upon. The suggestions are vital to understanding classroom dynamics and give the reader a brief understanding of how best to manage a classroom.