A Level Computer Science teacher urgently needed for an outstanding bilingual school in Shanghai - Position to start in August! Newly qualified teacher are welome to apply.
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Our client is urgently seeking an experienced and flexible A Level Computer Science teacher to join their team this August. This bilingual school has been established for 6 years and currently serving over 500 students aged 15-19-year-old. It aims to provide unique educational experiences that allow students to achieve their full individual potential to become a global citizen whilst maintaining their Chinese spirit and identity.
**Bachelor degree or above in Computer Science or relevant subject
**Teaching qualification such as PGCE/QTS
**Newly qualified teachers are welcome
**Fluent English speaker, near-native level
**Experience in teaching A Level is preferred
The school campus is located at an educational hub in Shanghai city, approximately 10 mins walk from the subway station. The school consists of two campuses facilitated with physics, chemistry and computer labs, an art room, student lounge, student dormitory, and a conference hall. All classrooms are equipped with a whiteboard and overhead projector facilities. The school has just over 100 teaching and administration staff includes 24 expat teachers and 45 local teachers.
**Monthly starting salary of 19,000RMB (pre-tax)
**Monthly housing allowance
**Annual flight allowance
**Gratuity bonus upon completion of a two-year contract
Why teach in Shanghai?
As China's financial hub and most populous city, Shanghai offers countless opportunities for jobs, shopping, dining and entertainment. Shanghai is one of the most prosperous and cosmopolitan cities in China and Asia with an estimated population of over 24 million. The city is mixed with the rich heritage of ancient historic Chinese culture and landmark as well as the growing Pudong Skyline makes the city a modern and thriving environment. The main language in Shanghai is Mandarin and Shanghainese. Although English is not widely spoken, most street signs and maps are usually written in both English and Chinese which makes it very easy for foreigners to navigate the city.
Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the students in their care and expects all applicants to share this commitment.
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