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RMD (Beijing) International which is locating in the very heart of Beijing has successfully assisted over 1,000 qualified foreign teachers in their search for opportunities in 1500 public and private schools around China. We provides high quality candidates for Schools. To attract more applicants, most ordinary schools would like to co-operate with us in order to choose more suitable foreign teachers. Therefore, each year over 100 schools recruit over 200 foreign teachers through cooperation with us.
We are offering an exciting and affordable opportunity for native English speakers or near native speakers to live, work, and travel in this fascinating country. You will teach an average of 18~21 hours per week, which leaves you enough time to see the sites and explore the rich cultural backdrop of China's expansive history. The students range from private academics, public elementary and secondary schools. Contract extension would be highly appreciated according to your performance and your wishes. China includes English in their school's curriculum at a young age, so most students are proficient with English reading and writing, but are shy and embarrassed to practice their conversational skills. As an English language skills teacher, you will engage with and help your students to enjoy speaking English and feel more comfortable by interacting with them in your native tongue.
We have more than 190 candidate positions in 26 provinces. 2013's Second term starts on Sept.The new term start at the end of August. There will be a one-week training course for new comers one week before the new semester starts in Beijing Office Center. In China the Fall semester begins at the end of August/beginning of September, and the Spring semester starts a week or two after the Lunar New Year (~January/February). Most schools request their teachers to be there 1-2 weeks early for orientation and training.