Teach English to Adult Learners in China — no kids, competitive salary and career advancement opportunities
About Wall Street English
Wall Street English is a global leader in language learning. We are searching for committed professionals wanting to work in a fast-paced and student-centered environment.
Whether you want to get paid and travel abroad, or explore the world, or experience different cultures, China is one of the best destinations. Wall Street English promotes a professional, fun, social and supportive environment that encourages growth and development, not only for the student but for you as well.
“What if I don’t have a TEFL and teaching experience, can I still get a job?” Never mind, for a limited time we will provide a sponsored 120 hour TEFL to candidates who pass an interview and show capacity of being a good teacher.
Qualifications & Requirements
– Bachelor’s degree (REQUIRED)
– A passport from an English Native Speaking country (United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa and Ireland.)
– 120 Hour TEFL / CELTA / TESOL certification (If you are successfully shortlisted we can help you acquire your TEFL certificate)
– Teaching experience is a plus, however not essential as full ongoing training is provided
– Willing to work weekends
Due to very strict Visa regulations, we can only accept applications THAT meet THE above requirements.
– 16,000 RMBbase salary plus monthly, quarterly bonus and year-end bonus.
– Z work visa and resident permit provided. Agency assistance for working (Z) Visa application. (Visa is paid for)
– Full coverage medical insurance
– Accommodation allowance is provided in selected cities;
– Paid holidays up to 21 days;
– Full training (including free Mandarin Chinese lessons for beginners)
– Career development opportunities
– Airport Pickup and up to 10 days hotel stay provided upon arrival
– Assistance with finding accommodation
– Possible relocation to a new city, center or country
Some articles writted by ESL Teachers from WSE China for your reference:
1) ” My First Steps as an ESL teacher ” by Ruairidh
2) “Teaching English in China: Is It For You? ” by Jess