ESL Jobs in China
Date: 14 February 2018
Changchun Institute of Technology (CIT) – located in Changchun, the capital of Jilin Province in Northeastern China – was founded in 1951.
CIT Nanhu campus is located at the edge of the city centre, right across from Nanhu Park, with quick and convenient access to both to the park's serenity and Guilin Lu's bustling downtown shopping malls and restaurants.
Learn more about us: http://www.ccit.edu.cn/
What we offer:
Off campus housing; apartment provided
Free accident insurance.
Paid leave during term break (mid January to the beginning of March and mid July to the beginning of September) and the official holidays (May Holiday etc). Winter and summer break bonus of 1100 RMB per break.
Reimbursement of return air-ticket or 10000 RMB (minus taxes) at the end of each one-year contract.
University covers all work visa costs
Teacher training and curriculum assistance
Overtime paid at 120 RMB/hour
Foreign liaison to the Foreign Affairs Office
CIT offers their teachers the freedom to choose their own apartments and provides up to 1500 RMB/month as a housing subsidy. The Foreign Affairs Office (FAO) will provide help in finding a suitable apartment, as well assist in tasks like paying utilities and repairs.
CIT provides full pay to their teachers during term break (mid January to the beginning of March and mid July to the beginning of September) as well as during the official holidays (May Holiday etc), adding up to a total of more than three months of paid leave.
CIT will cover all costs concerning the work visa i.e. including visa fees and the invitation letter as well as the medical check-up.
CIT further provides a reimbursed return ticket at the end of each year, or 10000 RMB (minus tax) in cash.
16 teaching hours/week
Start: early September
Undergraduate classes for the English and Engineering department (UWS exchange program).
CIT has a longstanding exchange program with the University of the West of Scotland, and one of the teaching tasks is preparing our students for their studies abroad. While CIT focuses on engineering degrees, it aims to integrate English into their non-English Major curriculum, fostering international cooperation.
In addition to preparing exchange program students, teachers will also provide mandatory and elective courses for English Majors e.g. English Speaking and Listening, Online Reading, Film Class, as well as Speech and Debate.
CIT will provide all teaching materials, as well as assistance with the curriculum and the initial instruction on the content of the classes and how to use the provided material. One teaching hour breaks down to 50 minutes of class time and a 5 minute break.
Qualification and Requirements:
Native English speakers from the UK, Ireland, Canada, USA, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.
Bachelors degree (or above)
Teaching experience of two years or more.
If you are interested in a teaching position at CIT, please send your resume and contact info to Ms Claudia Weise at