China - Suzhou - Sichuan Education Association for International Exchange (SEAIE) - School - 12.11.2019 21:39

E-mail: A2498658@cips.antianfan.com

To Apply visit this link: https://cips.io/2914e6
Foreign English Teacher for Kiddle Suzhou (full time, working visa provided)

Location: Centrial of Suzhou Industrial Park ( SIP ), nice place to work and live
Working hours: Wednesday to Friday: 13: 30--20: 30,
Weekends1000--2000or 0900--1900

Salary: Rmb16000 to 18000
Housing allowance or apartment provided
Medical Insurance
Air ticket allowance
Paid national holidays and 5 annual leave days
Working visa
About Kiddie

The teaching concept of K iddie English came from the United States in 1968. This educational concept has been popularized i n more than 1,000 institutions and schools in the United States. The age of the children is from 2-12 years old.
In 2002, it began to enter the Asian market. By 2013, it had opened many schools in Korea, Japan, Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan, and was directly introduced by many colleges and universities. In Korea alone, it had more than 150 directly operated sch

China - Suzhou - You Teach - School

E-mail: A2503885@cips.antianfan.com

To Apply visit this link: https://cips.io/3bc8f6
Foreign English Teacher for Kiddle Suzhou (full time, working visa provided)

Location: Centrial of Suzhou Industrial Park ( SIP ), nice place to work and live
Working hours: Wednesday to Friday: 13: 30--20: 30,
Weekends1000--2000or 0900--1900

Salary: Rmb16000 to 18000
Housing allowance or apartment provided
Medical Insurance
Air ticket allowance
Paid national holidays and 5 annual leave days
Working visa
About Kiddie

The teaching concept of K iddie English came from the United States in 1968. This educational concept has been popularized i n more than 1,000 institutions and schools in the United States. The age of the children is from 2-12 years old.
In 2002, it began to enter the Asian market. By 2013, it had opened many schools in Korea, Japan, Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan, and was directly introduced by many colleges and universities. In Korea alone, it had more than 150 directly operated sch