Education Required: Bachelor
Minimum Teaching Experience: 2 years of teaching experience
Must be able to obtain a background check
Must be able to satisfy China working visa requirements
Teaching certification or license a plus
Experience working internationally a plus
Salary: 20000 – 27000 RMB monthly (pre-tax)
Accommodation: Housing Stipend & Assistance
Flight Reimbursement: 12,000 RMB Round Trip per year
Insurance: Health and Accident Insurance
Visa: Residence Permit, Work Permit, and Related Visa Processing Fees Assistance and Reimbursement
Working Hours: 40 Hours/week, 8:00 – 5:00 PM
Teaching Hours: Up to 25 class hours per week
Leave: Paid local and national holidays
Bonus: 6900 RMB Resigning Bonus Paid in Following Year
Guangdong Guangya High School is seeking an English Literature Teacher to join our community!
The Guangdong Guangya High School, in partnership with Tower Bridge International Education, is seeking an experienced English & Humanities teacher to join our growing international education team.
Our teachers are globally understanding, proactively respond to and serve all students, understand and appreciate their role as mentors, embrace learning inside and outside of the classroom, are experts in their respective fields, and understand the importance of character and values in education.
The Guangya international program is hosted on the main Guangya campus located in the Liwan District, where you can find a unique blend of Eastern and Western culture. Founded in 1888, Guangya is known as one of the top high schools in China. The word Guangya comes from the phrase: “广者大也，雅者正也”, which translates to “Cultivate Knowledge, Integrity, and Well-Being”. Guangya currently operates 4 campuses in and around Guangdong province and offers diverse international programming.
The Guangya International Program is focused on Grades 10-12 aged students. Teachers develop creative and engaging lesson plans delivered in a US style classroom. Lessons are academically rigorous and create a welcoming environment where students love to show up each day. The High School English & Humanities teacher will be able to deliver minimum English II and English language literature courses (American, British, World). Teachers who can teach AP will be taken under special consideration.
Candidates should be comfortable designing and executing curriculum as part of a small teaching team. Those who are dynamic, highly collaborative, culturally adept and committed to professional growth will succeed in this role.
Primary Job Responsibilities
Design and administer a range of lesson materials and assessments that reflect an awareness of different learning styles and language skills
Develop course work, materials and resources as directed by the academic leader
Maintain complete and accurate records
Maintain genuine, positive and consistent communication with parents
Cultivate integrity, achievement, curiosity, and respect in all students
Collaborate with other international teachers and colleagues to establish a culture of professional, positive, hard-working educators that are dedicated to the growth of all students
Teach an elective course and lead after school clubs