Primary PE Teacher - Beijing, China - August 2022

School - South East Asia
IB - MYP, IB- Diploma, IB- PYP
Primary-Lower (5-7), Primary-Upper (8-11)
Start Date:
01 August 2022
Initial Contract Length:
2 year, renewable
Curriculum Experience Required:
Strongly prefer it
This private bilingual school is looking for a Primary PE Teacher to join their team of staff in August 2022 at their Chaoyang campus. For visa purposes - due to the ongoing pandemic - candidates ideally need to be in China already but they will consider strong candidates who are not already in China. Teachers must be certified in teaching in their home countries with a minimum of a Bachelors in Teaching or Bachelors in their own field and teaching certification. They must have at least 3 years of post qualification teaching experience. Previous IB experience is desirable but not essential and they will consider teachers with other curriculum experience.

The school offers a competitive salary plus annual flight allowance, on-campus housing, medical insurance, free tuition for staff children, utilities and 3 meals on working days.

Located in China's bustling capital city, an exciting cultural experience awaits. Interested applicants should contact their Edvectus advisor without hesitation and be prepared to demonstrate attributes that will match you against an overseas teaching opportunity which will demand an adjustment of your expectations and challenge your cultural astuteness.

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Number Of Students:
Student Make Up:
Chinese nationals
Regional Info:
Beijing is the capital city of China and located in the northeastern part of China. China is the 4th largest country after Russia, Canada and the United States. It is located in Eastern Asia, bordering the East China Sea, Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, and South China Sea, between North Korea and Vietnam. The city has a varied climate with hot, humid summers and temperatures in the mid-high 20s/low 30s and cold, windy winters with temperatures down to about 3-4 degrees. There is pollution - much of it from surrounding cities and provinces though US$17 billion was spent cleaning up the city's air prior to the 2008 Olympics. Admittedly some of the measures were temporary but China has committed to reducing the amount of coal burned by 2.6 million tonnes by 2017 and since 2012 has been converting coal power stations to natural gas power station. The city and surrounds are dripping in culture and there are too many attractions to mention but many, many well-known such as the Forbidden City, The Temple of Heaven, Confucius Temple, Beijing Zoo and many other museums, galleries, nature reserves, sporting venues and world heritage sites such as the Great Wall of China. There are of course plenty of other ways to spend your time in Beijing with its flourishing nightlife - courtesy of the city's many bars and clubs - local and national cuisine to be sampled in restaurants and from street food stalls and, of course, shopping to be done. Beijing is well connected by road, rail and air and it's Beijing Capital international Airport is the 2nd busiest in the world. And see Edvectus' 'Welcome to Beijing' video The Ultimate Guide to Beijing Beijing City Guide - Lonely Planet Beijing Vacation Travel Video Guides
Tax Rate:
Taxes typically 16-25%
1 bedroom apartment
Flights- every 2 years, Flights -yearly, Housing - provided, Medical or Health insurance, Tuition - free for dependants, Utilities paid
Suited To:
Climate -moderate, Infrastructure - Moderately developed
Minimum Years Experience:
Curriculum Experience Required:
Strongly prefer it
Will Accept Newly Qualified Teachers:
Visa Restriction:
2 years post qualification teaching exp requd, Younger than 60
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