ESL Teacher

Sino-Canada School

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  • Bachelor
  • 2 years of teaching experience
  • Language Arts
  • Teaching Credential/License
  • British Columbia Teaching Certificate – if the teacher does not have BC certification – please go to the BC teacher regulation website and use the application selection tool to determine eligibility – if eligible we will help you through the process
  • Familiar with British Columbia Curriculum
  • Minimum of two years of teaching experience. (or Masters)
  • Passionate about teaching
  • Preferably currently resident in China  – but not necessary

Sino Canada 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 (up to 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.each year
  • 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.
  • Reduced Tuition for teacher’s children – 1st and 2nd child 80% for first 2 years after 2 years free
  • 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

  • Setting up schedules, lesson plans, and selecting learning material and resources that will help achieve curriculum objectives.
  • Analyzing needs, interests, strengths, and weaknesses of students, and developing lesson plans by these factors.
  • Monitoring progress and discipline and keeping parents and school counselors informed of learners who need extra support.
  • Establishing classroom and debating rules, and ensuring all students obey these rules.
  • Requesting appropriate textbooks and learning aids.
  • Organizing field trips and ensuring permission slips are handed out and signed promptly.
  • Participating in school events and acting as a chaperone when required.
  • Attending meetings, staff training, conferences, and other ongoing learning programs.
  • Informing students of learning opportunities and preparing them for formal debates and other events.


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