Overview

RedBrick.Education Reference Number: RB0050CH

 

The School is a located in Wuxi, Jiangsu, China. You will be delivering the Chemistry Programme to Chinese students aged 15-18. This is a full time position working Monday to Friday. Teaching hours are up to 24 teaching periods a week. We are looking to fill this vacancy with an anticipated start date of August, 2016.

 

Person Specification

For this position we are looking for candidates who are Under 60 years of age, with at least a Bachelors degree in Chemistry or Chemistry related discipline It would also help your application if you have the following: Two years relevant teaching experience, Native speaker of English

The initial contract will be for 1 year

 

Benefits

  • Salary: 15000 to 25000 RMB a month before tax, which is 13500 to 21000 RMB a month after tax.
  • Holidays: Local public holidays and 18 days paid holidays during the year
  • Accomodation allowance of 3000RMB a month
  • Airfare allowance: 8000 RMB
  • Local Medical Insurance
  • Visa: Z visa provided

 

About the school

The school operates a cooperation with local government and private enterprise. The international programme operates on one of the schools campuses and is a growing programme, offering both AP and A Level courses. Currently there are around 200 Chinese students and 10 foreign staff, which will expand next year both in terms of foreign staff and student numbers. The international campus is situated in a very vibrant part of the city with many, amenities nearby, western restaurants and bars.

 

About the area

Wuxi (Chinese: 无锡) is an old city in southern Jiangsu province, China.

Split in half by Lake Tai, Wuxi borders Changzhou to the west and Suzhou to the east. The Yangtze River lies between the northern half of Wuxi and Taizhou, while the southern half of the city borders the province of Zhejiang. Wuxi is also famous for being one of the birthplaces of China’s modern industry and commerce, as well as the hometown of many important businessmen who have played essential roles in building commerce in Shanghai since the early 20th century.