[EARLY-CAREER] — A university-English enterprise that partners with several Shanghai-area universities, this organization sounds like a good place for early-career TESOLers to move into the EAP realm. Pays around $1,900/month including housing allowance — lighter than some countries, but in line with China. Check out the job ad here (on TEFL.com) for details.
Teachers teach around 22 hours a week, and there’s a set curriculum with encouragement to get creative with lessons. 10-month contracts start in September. No pay listed in the ad, but Australia is generally one of the better-playing places to work in this field.
Certificate, bachelor’s degree and two years experience required. Must be 24 minimum (due to visa regs). NNEST-friendly!