Early childhood
EsL teacher

Student age: 3-6

Qionghai City Hainan province


Start date: August 2023


Hainan City Full-time Teaching Job
( Homeroom teacher for international Kindergarten )
- Native speaker
- Work visa
- Bachelor Degree or above
- TEFL/TESOL certification 
 - One-year contract (8. 20.2022-8. 19. 2023)
- Two reference letters from previous school.

Job details: 
- Location: Hainan
- Start date: August 2023
- Course: homeroom
- Work Schedule: 8:00-12:00 2:00-5:30
- Weekly days off: weekends
- Student age:  3-6
- Class size:10-20
- Annual Salary: 25-30K(before tax)              
- Afford apartment or 4K House allowance
- Paid official Chinese holidays and annual leave days
- Summer vacation:4 weeks full paid,2weeks 12000yuan
- Winter vacation: 4 weeks full paid
- Airfare Allowance:12K
- Free 3 meals
- Child Education Benefits:2 years serviced for the school, teacher can have 60% off of the school fee. 4 years serviced for the school, teacher can have 80% off of the school fee.

Haikou (海口 Hǎikǒu) is the provincial capital of Hainan Province in southern China and is at the north end of the Hainan Island. Haikou is a tropical coastal city that, as one of the least developed provincial capitals, has a somewhat laid-back atmosphere.

Its population consists mostly of immigrants from other provinces, and many development projects are in progress.

Many streets in Haikou are quite different during the day than in the evening. You will soon notice the abundance of coconut trees in Haikou. Most streets are lined with them. It is greener than most Chinese cities and has decent air quality.

The downtown does not have many tourist attractions and the water in its only beach area is murky but as a transport hub, it can serve a base for traveling to some cities on the north of Hainan.

The tropical weather of Haikou has attracted the Chinese all over the country to move to this island, along with their specialty. While most tourists don't come to Haikou for food, an impressive choice of foods is a hidden gem. The cooking style is a fusion of Cantonese, Hokkienese and certain Southeast Asian elements and seafood is impressive.

Prices have surged as the tourism industry is booming. However, prices are still generally lower than many other Chinese cities if you can avoid being overcharged. Compare to other places such as Sanya, Haikou is less touristy and a way cheaper to taste the local food.