Full Time English Teaching In China

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Full Time English Teaching In China

Apply Online

Full Time English Teaching In China

Apply Online

Program Introduction

Chinese Community Network (CCN) is authorized and certified by the China National Bureau of Foreign Experts Affairs, an administrative agency of the state council of the People's Republic of China responsible for certifying foreign experts to provide expertise in Mainland China.

CCN has established solid partnerships with numerous schools across China. Our English Teacher Program offers full time and summer (from June to August) English Teacher positions. Without any charged fee, we provide you the opportunity to find an ideal English teacher job in China.

Job Requirements

  • Native English speaker
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Dynamic, student-oriented
  • Teaching management and supervisory experience a plus but not mandatory
  • Age between 20-50 (Please note that we ourselves have no age restriction and we promote equal opportunities for every applicant.However, there is an age limit from the employers in China. It's the schools that make the hiring decision).

Application Process

  • 1

    Collecting application materials. Send the copy of following materials to our staffing specialist via email:

    • aApplication Form
    • bTwo recent informal photos
    • cA copy of Diploma
    • dA copy of Teaching or TEFL certificate (not mandatory)
  • 2

    Matching your needs with numerous partner schools. We will forward your application to our partner schools in China and the process will take approximately 1-2 weeks.

  • 3

    Interviewing with schools. We will contact you as soon as we receive interview request from schools, and schedule an interview on Skype with the school.

  • 4

    Signing contract. After interview, if you are satisfied with the offer, we will assist you in signing contract.

  • 5

    Getting visa. To work in China, a work visa is needed. The school will provide a list of needed documents, you will need to prepare all of the documents on the list, and then send them back to us/or to the school via email.

  • 6

    Flying to China. We’ll help to arrange your arrival pick-up.

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  • Adam Sposato


    The true story from Adam gives you a fact view for live and work in China.

    I suppose there are two main reasons I keep choosing to live and work in China. The first is that China's just a very fun, interesting place to live. I enjoy urban life much more than rural life, and even a relatively small city in China will often be as large and as lively as one of the largest cities in the U.S. And even in a relatively small city over here, it's usually not too difficult to find most Western amenities (e.g. Western grocery stores, restaurants, etc.). Plus, as a Western foreigner in China, you sort of feel like a movie star the entire time you're here, since every day all sorts of random people will want to talk to you or take a picture with you or invite you out for a meal (no worry, they will pay meal for you).

    The second main reason is the ease of finding employment over here. I speak fluent Chinese and I have a Master's degree in linguistics, but I still haven't been able to find a decent job back home in the U.S. Things might be easier if I lived in a big city in the U.S., but for family reasons (as you know) I have to live in a fairly rural part of North Carolina, and there are just no jobs there for someone with my background and training. In the U.S. I might apply to 30 jobs and get a single interview (if I'm lucky), but here in China if I applied to 30 jobs I'd probably get 30 interviews, and out of those 30 interviews I'd probably get at least 15 job offers.

    Of course, employers in China still appreciate applicants with training in the sciences, engineering, etc.; it's just unlike in the U.S., here they appreciate applicants with training in the humanities and social sciences as well. And while the average salary that most foreign teachers in China receive is somewhat lower than that of a typical entry-level white-collar job in the U.S., the cost of living here is much, much lower than the cost of living in the U.S., so on the whole you can enjoy a higher quality of life (aside from the air pollution, of course).