Located right on the mighty Yangtze River east of Shanghai, Wuhan is a fascinating city with both an ancient history and a thriving present. For centuries, this city has been the center of trade and transportation in central China but is now known as one of China’s main high-tech, education and financial centers, while still having a more traditional feel than some of China’s coastal cities.
Wuhan is the place to find both history and natural wonders. Hubei Provincial Museum and Yellow Crane Tower are two places to appreciate ancient Chinese history and culture. Wuhan was also the location of one of Chairman Mao Zedong’s private residences which he nicknamed the ‘Home of the White Clouds and Yellow Cranes’ and also where he gave audience to President Richard Nixon.
• Teach students aged 3 to 17 years old
• Lesson planning
• Maximum of 24 hours teaching per week
• Lesson planning
• Use audio/video materials in classes
• Cooperate with the CM and DOS in ensuring the constructive communication and efficient operation of the center
• Assist in the placement testing and interviewing of new students
• Carry out teaching related responsibilities including, but not limited to demonstration classes, conversation clubs, tutorials, seminars and presentations
• Attend center social events
o Covering letter
o Recent photo
o Degree and TEFL certificates (scan)
o Passport photo page (scan or a clear photo)
o Availability to start work
Wuhan is one of the safest places in the world to be right now. The city of 11 million people has reported no locally transmitted COVID cases since 18th May and the entire country of China has had no local cases of COVID for over a month, as of 18 September 2020. All schools in Wuhan opened for the new semester in early September, businesses are open and life is back to normal.