Positions For TEFL Qualified Teachers in China

Date posted:2015-09-22 | Writer: Teaching Nomad | Email: [email protected]

Teaching Nomad has positions for TEFL qualified teachers in Beijing Shanghai Shenzhen and Changsha. We are offering a 1 year contract teaching classes of 10-15 primary school age students working 35 hours per week, including office hours and teaching hours.


Monthly income: RMB 13,000~ RMB 20,000 per month (including base salary, housing allowance and teaching hour income)

Health Insurance

Up to 10,000 RMB airfare reimbursement

6,000RMB Annual completion bonus

5,000RMB Interest-Free Setup Loan

Multiple career development opportunities

Vacations in winter (Paid Holiday)

15 days free accommodation

One week paid training

Free Chinese lessons

Airport pickup

On-going training

Start up assistance


- Native level speakers from USA or Canada

- TESOL, TESL or TEFL preferred

- Bachelor degree

- Candidates without bachelor degree must have TESOL/TESL/TEFL certificate or 2+ years teaching experience


Contact us at the email address given on the job heading in the first instance.


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.


In my opinion and perhaps a very personal opinion having a viarity of activities is important and what also is important and is to change it from time to time so one, the students can be interested on learning and two because if every lesson is too repetitive the student may get bored. Following a good plan lesson and sticking to vocabulary and giving the necessary tools are very important.I feel that this unit was a great follow up to the listening and reading unit. Students in my class will be doing mostly speaking and listening so I feel this unit gave me some helpful insight into teaching speaking. Having students warm up and be very active during the speaking lessons will be my goal, and this unit helped me find some good ways to try and promote more speaking in class.