Part-time English Teacher-INTL Students
Wall Street English ChinaNanjingUpdate time: September 23,2019
Job Description
As a Wall Street English part-time English Teachers you will have all the necessary tools and materials available to deliver fun, social, and engaging classes that ensure students are learning, understanding, and applying their new knowledge. Wall Street English promotes a professional and supportive environment that encourages growth and development, not only for the student, but for you as well. You will be part of an international team that focuses on top quality lesson delivery and student satisfaction.

How to be a top performer?
1. Conduct classroom lessons according to the WSE methodology.
2. Prepare and teach classes in center or online as scheduled.
3. Give constructive feedback to students.
4. Help students reach the level of English established in their learning objective.
5. Provide advice and assistance to students, in and out of the classroom.
6. Be flexible to teach in multiple centers within the same city.
7. Promote and preserve a pleasant, social, and courteous atmosphere in the center.

What's in it for you?
1. 20 guaranteed hours per week, comprtitive salary.
2. High-end work environment.
3. Mandarin Chinese lessons for beginners. Highly recommended.
4. New hire training, plus ongoing seminars and workshops.
5.Career development opportunities.
6. Student and staff referral bonus system.

How can you get all of this?
1. A passport from an English Native Speaking country (United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa, Ireland) is a MUST.
2. Junior, senior university students or graduate students with Chinese Student Visa.
3. 120 Hour TEFL / CELTA / TESOL certification preferred.
4. English teaching experience preferred.
5. No criminal history.
6. Willing to work evenings and weekends.

This opportunity is ONLY applicable to international university students in Nanjing.

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