Please see below for an employment opportunity with Qingdao Baishan School. Please email Irene Cheng for any further inquiries: email@example.com.
There are 12 job openings for teaching overseas this Fall at a reputable K-12 school, Baishan School, in Qingdao, Shandong Province—a so-called “ bay area city” in China. I have known this school and the principal for over a decade; it is located on a very safe, beautiful campus on a hill. There are more than ten teachers and director(s) from USA and other countries working at this school. With housing, weekday lunch, and medical insurance are provided along with low tax for income, it is an excellent chance for your graduating seniors to teach overseas with an attractive and stress-free accommodation package.
Qingdao Baishan School is the most famous private school with academic excellence in Qingdao, Shandong Province, where Qingdao American International School (http://qingdaoamerasia.org) and BMTEI (Montessori training school) are all under the same Baishan Group. QAIS is an accredited international school with a full English website.
We would appreciate it if you could put these job openings to your Career Center, Department of English, and graduate programs (especially Master of Arts in Teaching or TESOL program) so that students could have access to these great opportunities and apply before the end of April, 2017 so it allows sufficient time to apply and prepare for work overseas.
Should you have further inquiry, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Irene Cheng, Ph.D.
Recruiter on the behalf of Qingdao Baishan School
Please see email from Tim Donlon below for a job opportunity with Westgate Corporation, a Japanese company that teaches at Japanese universities. Also, more information on this flyer here: 2017 Westgate Flyer.
I was on campus at USC on Monday and I was given your contact information. I work for Westgate, a Japanese company, and I recruit MATESOL graduates to teach at Japanese universities. I think some of your students might be interested in our program as it is a great way to get international university teaching experience.
Here are some highlights of our program: Westgate offers short-term contracts (3 to 5 months). We run programs at 59 schools and universities in Kanto (Tokyo/Kanagawa/Saitama/Chiba) and Aichi. The classes are primarily conversation classes. We reimburse flights up to $1200, arrange apartments, airport pick-ups, working visas and National Health insurance. The Spring term runs from March/April/May to July/August, and the Fall term runs from September to December/January. We hire more than 200 teachers for each term. We begin recruitment in May for the Fall 2017 term.
If you have any interested students or alumni, please have them contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I would be happy to answer any questions. I am also available to meet with professors or speak with classes or student groups.
Have a great week!
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