Date posted:2003-05-02 | Writer: IEN English | Email: [email protected]
ESL Professionals needed: Shanghai, Hanzhou, Fuzhou, Nanjing, China
IEN English is looking for teachers to commence teaching EAP (English for Acadeic Purposes) at IEN Institutes in Nanjing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Fuzhou in September.
The International Education Network (IEN) is a consortium of leading Australian higher education institutions: La Trobe University, University of Tasmania, Macquarie University, Flinders University, the Northern Melbourne Institute of Technical and Further Education, and the Australian Centre for Languages. IEN Institutes offer Australian degree and diploma courses in cooperation with Chinese education partners. IEN English is the part of the IEN Group that provides English language teaching services at IEN Institutes, at Chinese Universities and at our own English Centres.
If you are a native speaker, hold (1) a qualification in education or (2) a post secondary qualification in an area other than teaching English but have a recognized RSA/TESOL/CELTA certificate, and (3) have ESL/EFL teaching experience in Asia, preferably China, we would encourage you to apply now!
IEN teachers are paid between RMB 5000 and 8000 per month, depending on qualifications and experience. They also receive an attractive accommodation allowance, an airfare allowance, have medical cover, annual leave, public holidays and sick leave among other things.
To apply for the positions:
(1) Email to [email protected] for the general information of IEN English.
(2) Forward a detailed copy of your resume indicating your availability, location preferences, qualifications, ESL or other teaching experience, referee(s) and other basic information.
(3) Please send copies of your diploma/certificate together with your resume.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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