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Q: Where to look for teaching jobs in Zhengzhou or Beijing?

I speak French and English.

8 years 49 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Beijing

 
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In Beijing you can look under the classified sections for jobs in echinacities or thebeijinger. Most of the ads you will find won't be direct employers, but rather agencies. So the process is kind of slow since you have to do a demo two times before getting hired. It's highly likely you will have to do a demo for the agency then for the direct employer. Sometimes the agencies won't want to see a demo but just be prepared it takes time. Also, if the agency likes you and recommends you to a school it doesn't mean you automatically get the job. You have to up your demo and show the direct employer what you can do. For teaching kids learn a lot of games interact with them and they just want you to say a couple of words and teach a couple of sentences.

You can also be a French or English Tutor! I would stick to tutoring adults! For kids usually the parents will say it is up to their kid if they like you and even if the kid says yes it is still ultimately up to the parent to decide. Teaching adults is simpler only one person has to agree.

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Why do you have limitations? Why just these two cities? I'm just being a curious cat.

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The Beijinger

 

http://www.thebeijinger.com/

 

 

echnacities

 

http://jobs.echinacities.com/teaching-jobs-china/

Dave ESL Cafe

http://www.eslcafe.com/jobs/china/

You can also send Resume direct to Schools in China:

Listing of Chinese Schools autorized to hire foreign teacher: just change Province to your liking!

http://www.anesl.com/schools/info.asp?province=Hebei&keyword=&cmd=Search

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A: Can a new employer help you? Possibly but it's really hard to say for
A:Can a new employer help you? Possibly but it's really hard to say for sure. I used to be involved in hiring new teachers and a couple of times we had people we wanted to hire who were having trouble with their old school - situations similar to yours. Our school was legally able to hire foreign teachers, did everything by the book and was well connected, usually schools that mess people around with visa stuff aren't operating legally so a call from our visa guy to theirs telling them they were breaking the law, we were in the middle of processing the visa stuff with the PSB and the next phone call they got regarding this teacher was likely to be from the PSB asking some hard questions was usually enough to get them to co-operate. No school doing illegal stuff wants the PSB getting too interested in what they're doing. There's a chance a new employer could figure something out if they really want to hire you but these are difficult times, their hands might be tied too.    -- Stiggs