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Education professionals needed

All over China, schools, universities and training centers are in desperate need of qualified 'Western' teachers.  There is tremendous opportunity for those who are looking to:

- pay off debt;

- explore a new culture;

- learn a new language;

- teach students from all walks of life.

 

However, the education climate in China can be slightly intimidating to look at and even more daunting to work in.  Poupart International Consulting Incorporated has staff all over China who are willing and able to help you find the right job and succeed!  Look below to see if any of the placements we offer are what you are looking for.

 

**By the way - WE NEVER CHARGE A FEE to teachers and professionals we place.  We strongly encourage job seekers to avoid agents who charge placement fees.**

 

Contact us for more information about any of the positions listed below.

 

Subject teachers

Core subject teachers are the backbone of any international school program in China. These are teachers who not only have a passion and ability in their subject area of specialty, but also understand some of the limitations faced by 'young' learners in an ESL (English as a Second Language) environment.

Salaries for subject teachers can often be slightly higher than those of ESL teachers and there is ALWAYS a greater demand; leading to a broader range of opportunities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Requirements

- Completed degree at Bachelor level or higher (Master level preferred).

- At least two full years teaching in the subject field and at the grade level for which you are applying.

- Eligible for Chinese travel documents.

- Most schools on our client list are teaching American, Canadian or British curriculum. Applicants from these countries are given priority.

- Willing to commit to a minimum 1-year contract.

- Different schools may have other requirements.

 

 

 

Expectations

- Most schools will ask for a 40-hour work week. (25 contact hours, 15 office hours)

- Schools will offer plenty of vacation time as they follow the national calendar, but be flexible as these schedules don't always follow Western norms.

- Housing may be provided or you may need to find your own.  Check your contract.

- Salaries are paid monthly and tax is usually deducted.

- You WILL be asked to perform duties above and beyond teaching.  These can actually be some of the most unique and fun experiences of your work time in China.  Be flexible and willing to try 'almost' everything.

 

 

Would you like to know more? Contact us and we'll be happy to help you out.

ESL teachers

With all of the development in China, ESL teachers have been a necessary part of the private education environment for decades.  ESL teachers can find work in a variety of venues and can also experience a wider variety of salary options.  They can find work in companies, schools, training centers, kindergartens and more!

 Salaries for ESL teachers do tend to differ a lot more from city to city and even within the same city.  The main advantage is that if a teacher manages their schedule well, there are often more opportunities to find cash jobs around the contracted work.  This often means that ESL teaching can be a 'cash cow' for someone willing to put in the hours.

 

 

 

 

Requirements

 - Completed degree at Bachelor level or higher.

 - CELTA, Cert TESOL or other valid TESL/TEFL qualification.

 - At least two full years teaching experience (preferred, but not always required)

 - Eligible for Chinese travel documents.

 - Most schools on our client list are teaching American, Canadian or British curriculum. Applicants from these countries are given priority.

 - Willing to commit to a minimum 1-year contract.

 - Different schools may have other requirements.

 

Expectations

 - Most schools will ask for a 40-hour work week. (25 contact hours, 15 office hours)

 - Schools will offer plenty of vacation time as they follow the national calendar, but be flexible as these schedules don't always follow Western norms.

 - Housing may be provided or you may need to find your own.  Check your contract.

 - Salaries are paid monthly and tax is usually deducted.

 - You WILL be asked to perform duties above and beyond teaching.  These can actually be some of the most unique and fun experiences of your work time in China.  Be flexible and willing to try 'almost' everything.

 

 

Would you like to know more? Contact us and we'll be happy to help you out.

Administrators

The growing number international private schools has led to an ever-increasing demand for administrators and program leaders (often referred to as Director of Studies or DOS).

Poupart International Consulting Incorporated has had more than 12-years of experience in working with Chinese education groups.

If you are looking for a challenging leadership role in China we can help by:

- matching you with a suitable school.

- providing you with a foundation of cultural training and understanding.

- acting as a contract mediator to ensure that you are getting the best possible deal.

- any specific needs or requirements you might have.

 

Requirements

 

- Completed degree at Bachelor level or higher (Master level preferred).

- At least two full years administrative experience at the grade level for which you are applying.

- Eligible for Chinese travel documents.

- Most schools on our client list are teaching American, Canadian or British curriculum. Applicants from these countries are given priority.

- Willing to commit to a minimum 2-year contract.

- Different schools may have other requirements.

 

 

Expectations

 - Most schools will ask for a 40-hour work week. (25 contact hours, 15 office hours)

 - Schools will offer plenty of vacation time as they follow the national calendar, but be flexible as these schedules don't always follow Western norms.

 - Housing may be provided or you may need to find your own.  Check your contract.

 - Salaries are paid monthly and tax is usually deducted.

 - You WILL be asked to perform duties above and beyond teaching.  These can actually be some of the most unique and fun experiences of your work time in China.  Be flexible and willing to try 'almost' everything.

  Would you like to know more? Contact us and we'll be happy to help you out.