Regular TEFL Jobs in China

Date posted:2014-04-09 | Writer: Findworkabroad | Email: [email protected]

Findworkabroad has regular opportunities all over China for TEFL graduates. Our recruitment service is completely free to applicants, who benefit from our contact with over 600 employers across the country. We are one of few recruitment companies in China offering you a direct contract with the employer. This means higher salary, fewer communication issues and a far more enjoyable, memorable experience. Here is one example of our many current openings, and we look forward to receiving your CV/ resume and cover letter at the email address given on the job heading.

Enjoyable teaching opportunities in top high Schools in Putian, Sanming, Longyan and Fuan cities of Fujian Province is available for native level English teachers to start at  the end of August, 2014.

The salary is 8000RMB per month, a monthly bonus up to 2000rmb depending on your performance in your school. You will get a well-furnished apartment. And medical insurance will be offered. After one year contract, you will get 8000rmb airfare allowance and 5000rmb travel allowance.

You will get an easy schedule of less than 15 teaching hours and 2 office hours per week. Weekends off. The students are of ages from 15 to 18 years old. Working visa will be processed.

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.


I`ve learned about tense system (form, usages, typical students errors) and about present tenses. Present simple (affirmative, negative, question form) about its usage. Present continuous (affirmative, negative, question form) about its usage. Present perfect (affirmative, negative, question form) about its usage. Present perfect continuous (affirmative, negative, question form) about its usage.I learned specifics of English grammar and parts of speech that I have only ever learned about in other language classes. This level of detail showed me how much I take for granted in my daily use and knowledge of English, and how much I will have to learn in order to be an effective teacher. Luckily I am already seeing how studying other languages has helped me understand English's intricacies.