- Deadline: Wed 30 Jun 2021 00:00:00 UTC
- China: 20 Chengzhong Road, Jiading District.
- SILC Business School, Shanghai University
- Experience: 2 YEARS
- Positions: 10
- Degree Required
Department: English Programs
Location: Jiading campus, Shanghai
Reporting to: Head - English Department
Overall Role Description:
An EFL Teacher at SILC prepares / plans and delivers all teaching requirements end-to-end on a termly basis using a prescribed syllabus and materials.
English teachers duties are divided into three categories: teaching requirements, administrative requirements and additional requirements.
Details of Position
2. at least holding a bachelor degree
3. two years' experience as an English teacher OR holding a CELTA/DELTA/TEFL certificate
2. Desirable experience involves teaching Academic English within a university context and to Chinese students
3. Candidates will be expected to possess an ability to work closely with co-teachers and to have a clear interest in professional development
4. Due to Covid-19 travel restrictions, preference will be given to applicants already in China.
Salary and Benefits
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