Date posted:2005-01-28 | Writer: Urumqi EF English First | Email: [email protected]
The Urumqi branch of English First was opened three years ago and has fast become one of the most progressive language training centers in the west of China. Situated in the very heart of Asia Urumqi is the perfect place to experience both teaching and living in the cultural melting pot of China's far west. We are looking for relaxed and enthusiastic language instructors to join our dynamic team of creatively minded individuals.
Due to an increase in demand, Urumqi English First has recently opened a second language centre in the city and as a result, positions have become available for applicants to become part of this expanding team. If you have prior teaching experience and qualifications in the ESL field and are interested in spending at least a year in this remote and colourful city then this is the place for you.
As a leading language centre, our courses range from young learner and adult education through to curriculums specifically designed to meet the needs of a rapidly developing nation. Emphasis is placed upon professional development and adequate resources are provided to facilitate preparation and effective lessons in an environment in which students are actively involved. A maximum of sixteen students per class allows for a high level of student interaction in a communicative and imaginative setting.
All positions offer competitive local salaries and include round trip flights, accommodation, health insurance, a generous bonus scheme and excellent career opportunities within EF's network of over two hundred language centers worldwide.
If you are interested or would like to know more please contact the E-mail addresses below including an up to date copy of your CV, along with copies of your certificates and qualifications.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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