- UK Curriculum (A Level)
- 3-5+ years experience post qualification and experience of teaching A Level
- Number on role: 2300
- Local International
- Secondary Physics Teacher to A Level or AP level (who can teach a little Math) - ASAP
The school is looking for younger teachers (preferably female as they already have a larger number of male teachers but they will consider male applicants as well) with a minimum of 3+ years experience and preferably those holding a Masters degree in addition to a teaching license or certificate. Applicants MUST have 'A' Level / AP level teaching experience and must be a native English speaker.
They are a large school of 2300 pupils and the international division is a part of a Chinese school. Classes do not exceed 20 pupils and most of which are gifted students that have excelled in the Chinese National examination. They offer the GCE A- Levels examination through EDEXCEL which is their examining body.
Monthly salary of about 16,000 - 17,000 RMB salary NET (after tax) each month (which is about 18,000 - 19,000 RMB gross) / which is about USD 2503 - 2666 NET per month plus housing (or allowance) and flights.
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