High School
Maths Teacher

Students age: 15-18

Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province

25-30k after tax

Start date:Asap


Nanjing City Jiangsu Province Full-time Teaching Job in Private school
 (ESL 1 for Primary school,Maths 1 teacher for High school)
-Work visa 
-Native speaker 
-Bachelor's degree
-TEFL/TESOL certificate 
-Teaching experience  
Job details:
-Location:Nanjing City Jiangsu Province 
-Start date:Asap
-Course:A-level/primary teaching 
-Age group:7-12 or 15-18 
-Class size:20                       
-Weekly days off:2 days off on weekends 
-Weekly teaching hours:25
-Workschedule:7:40-11:30AM 1:30-5:30PM (flexible)
-Monthly salary:25-30k after tax(including house allowance) 
-Summer holiday:6 weeks, paid
-Winter holiday:20 days, full paid 
-Insurance: Commercial Medical Insurance

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