- Grade Level High
- Discipline Finance, Management, Economics and Business
- Address 1 Kangli Dadao, Wujiang, Suzhou, China
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- Education Required: Bachelor
- Minimum Teaching Experience: 2 years of teaching experience
- Major: Business/Economics
- Required Certificates: Teaching Credential/License
- Copy of updated resume.
- Letter of introduction
- Copy of British Columbia Teaching Certificate or letter from TRB (see note below)
- Copy of degree(s)
- Two Professional references and one personal reference
- Copy of identity page from your passport.
- If you do not have a British Columbia Teaching certificate, please use the tool on the following website -(copy & paste) If you are eligible, (choose the Independent School route) please send me a screen shot of the page indicating your eligibility.
- Our teachers also enjoy the generous benefits that Sino Canada brings in terms of work/life
- balance, and our compensation/benefits package. The list below highlights the differences
- between our contract, and other BC Offshore School contracts:
- A Calendar with generous holidays (Christmas, Chinese New Year, Summer, and other
- shorter holidays in October and May = 15 weeks in total).
- Travel Allowance – 10000 rmb/year for travel anywhere.
- Paid International Medical coverage.
- Living allowance –Free meals at school – 600 rmb/mo.
- Technology budget available – 3000 rmb.
- Professional development budget available to each teacher — 1000 rmb/year.
- Free weekly bus to and from all major cities near the school (Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou,
- Wuxi, Changzhou).
- Great facilities on site: Swimming pool, horseback riding free school workout facilities.
- Free Tuition for teacher’s children – 1st Child 100% 2nd child 50%
- Rents are typically around 2000 to 2500 RMB per month and the school is near a smaller community with all
- necessary amenities that include Starbucks, Tesco and many great restaurants.
- Prepare course overviews as required by the BC Ministry of Education
- Deliver instruction on topics such as the principles of marketing, how to operate a business, and the financial aspects of business.
- Improve students’ knowledge of business practices.
- Teach business topics such as basic economics, resume writing, facts about business careers, account checking, computers, the stock market, accounting, and finance.
- Deliver the skills and knowledge necessary for students to function as responsible citizens in the business world.
- Keep records of grades, grade papers, and perform other administrative duties as needed.
- Create projects designed to enhance learning experiences
- Read and stay abreast of current topics in business.
- Create lesson plans.
- Utilize various curriculum resources.
- Integrate competencies, goals, and objectives into lesson plans.
- Develop incentives to keep participants in class.
- Work with administrators to ensure course requirements are being met.