2021-05-01 14:57


Part-time Online English Oral Teacher| 20K - 25K RMB per month

Job Responsibilities

1. Part-time English teacher for primary school and middle school students. 2. Design the course to help students improve their English speaking capabilities according to their various English level. 3. Keep a happy and cozy environment to attract students' attention. 4.Salary150rmb/h

Job Requirements

1.Native speakers of English, American or British preferred. 2.Teaching experience preferred. 3.Bachelor degree or above. 4.Enjoy teaching kids, be patient and humorous.

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