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English language fluency in speaking, reading, and writing
Energetic, outgoing, and passionate
Enjoy teaching and sharing your knowledge with others
No TEFL/TESOL or Bachelor's degree required!
Our Hiring Process: Interview with a recruiter > Self-introduction video > Offer > Contract > Flight tickets > Visa documents > Teaching in China
Average teaching hours per week: 20-25 teaching hours & 15 office time hours
What is the job type? Kindergarten education, training centers and language schools (3-12 years old kids)
Average cost of living per month: $400-700 USD (2800 - 4900 RMB) depending on your lifestyle, accommodation is free
Start-up Cost: Flight ticket + money for the first month of living in China until you get the first salary (~$400 USD)
Flight Reimbursement: Flight ticket reimbursement after 6 months (the amount should not exceed 3000 RMB)
We provide you with free apartment upon your arrival. The rent and bills are usually paid for by the school, so you don’t need to deduct that money from your monthly pay. Don’t worry about the quality – all teachers get Western style apartments at nice and safe districts.
All those, who choose English teaching jobs in Xuzhou, are very well taken care of: local teachers help them adapt quickly, show them around, give tips about where to go out and which buses are best for them.
Get your application in today and teach English in Xuzhou with one of the leading schools in the city.
For China, it’s a middle-sized city, but definitely not a tiny one! With a population of over 8 million people and counting, Xuzhou can never get enough teachers – especially foreign ones.
If you are interested to teach English in Xuzhou, be sure, that there will be no shortage in positions! In fact, you’ll have a very wide choice.
Currently, there are 15 international English schools here, over 200 kindergartens, 126 public and private schools, and a few universities, all of which are in need of qualified TEFL specialists.
Those, who prefer teaching adults will have enough students as well.
Since Xuzhou is now developing its economy, many companies have business relations with foreign investors or partners, so English-speaking employees are worth their weight in gold.
That’s why many parents not only enroll their children but also start learning this foreign language themselves.
Like most ESL jobs in China, positions at Xuzhou schools don’t require native speaking skills – fluent non-natives are welcome as well!
Would you like to see the famous Chinese terracotta army? Well, there is something for you in Xuzhou.
The city itself is ancient, which has been built around 500 B.C. (at the time it was called Pengcheng). Now Xuzhou is considered a cultural and historical center of the province, with numerous mausoleums and Han dynasty reliefs.
On the other hand, the Jiangsu major city is huge, with its population of around 8.5 million people. It is now one of the crucial transport hubs; moreover, it’s situated halfway between the two most important cities in China – Shanghai and Beijing, which is a great advantage, because you can easily get to both of them in 3 hours.
Technically, when you find a job in Xuzhou, you’ll be able to travel around the country at very affordable prices right from the main railway station.
Here is why Xuzhou is so recommendable:
It’s subtropical. Normally, you won’t freeze even in winter, since the temperature rarely goes below -4 C (26.1 F), which happens only in January. Summers are humid and hot.
There is a local jogging team here, and the sport is quite popular. Plus, the city is relatively small, so you can walk around downtown on foot, no public transport needed, which is another perk for active people.
They are numerous but don’t always have a written menu, which encourages you to talk to the waiter. We advise you to order “Sha soup” or “Yang Fang Cang Yu” the first time you eat out.
They are both delicious and very famous in this region. The first one is a soup with pheasant meat, pork and vegetables; the second one is a piece of fish, stewed in mutton.
Although, the city is quite big and you can easily find well-paid jobs in Xuzhou, living here is really cheap.
You can rent a very basic apartment for about $300 per month (or opt for a fancy one, which will cost about $400) plus $28 for utilities. (Note, that this is normally paid for by the school!)
A business lunch costs around $3.60, while the price of a combo fast food meal is usually $5. A beer will cost a few dollars, while a ticket to the cinema will be around $20.
Despite being much smaller, than many other cities, Xuzhou has a rich nightlife – clubs, discos and bars, attended by both Chinese and foreigners. They serve cheap beer and vodka there, and the atmosphere is very welcoming and relaxed.
Great place for a walk and to get immersed in the local culture! Buy some tobacco, listen to traditional music, meet a fortune-teller and eat at one of the small restaurants on a bank of the river.
Normally, those who work in Xuzhou, spend their weekends out, discovering natural wonders or visiting museums. If you like activities, Yunlong Lake and Mountain are exactly your kind of attraction: the top of the mountain is covered with thick forest, the view is breathtaking. Plus, you can see some picturesque pagodas and a beautiful sandy beach, walking around the lake