Counsellor, Sino-Canada School

Sino-Canada School

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  • British Columbia Professional Certified Teacher
  • Familiar with British Columbia Currculum
  • Minimum of two years teaching experience. (or Masters)
  • Passionate about teaching
  • The individual must be highly qualified in networking and will work with the administrative staff and teachers  to meet the demands of the school’s technology needs

If you do not have a British Columbia Teaching certificate, please go to the following website and check your eligibility using the tool provided there. (Copy and paste)


Job Benefits:

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.
  • Highly Competitive Salaries


Job Duties

  • British Columbia Professional Certified Teacher
  • Familiar with British Columbia Curriculum
  • Minimum of two years teaching experience. (or Masters Degree)
  • Passionate about teaching
  • Must be be familiar with University/College entrance requirements
  • Identifying issues affecting school performance, such as absenteeism
  • Addressing social or behavioral problems
  • Helping students develop skills needed for academic success
  • Counseling individuals and small groups
  • Assessing students’ abilities and interests
  • Helping students achieve academic or career goals
  • Portion of the time will be College Counselling As Counsellor the candidate, will work closely with British Columbia Principal and the rest of the administrative staff
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