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Employer's ID  BJ583
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Type  Private  International School
City  Chaoyang Beijing       
Job name   English, Accounting, Finance, Business, Market and other Specialized Courses
Statement  Searchid20070808
Website  
Qualification Certificate   Have
 
Basic Qualifications for Application
Gender  Both
Age
 22-60
Vacancy  5
Degree
 Bachelor or higher
Specialty  Unrequired
Work Experience
 Unrequired
Nationality  Native English speaker,such as British, Canadian, American, Australian, New Zealander and European,etc.
Other Statements
 
Contract Terms
Salary   6000 - 12000 RMB/M
Time to teach
 6-10 Months
Start Date  Aug.2014
Finish Date
 
Period/week  40 Period/W
Course
 
Students' age  16 - 20 years old
Paid Holiday
Month/Year
Apartment  Free apartment with the necessary facilities
International Airfare  Other Medical Allowance  Have
Telephone Allowance   Travel Allowance   RMB/Year
Other Allowance

Need teachers to teach in Kindgarten,high school and university .
40 working hours every week (including 20 teaching hours)
Paid Holiday 2500RMB
Free Chinese Class2 period/week
Free lunch during the work days

Sample Contract
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Contact Information
Contact Person  Angelina's ESL Cafe
Function
 Foreign Affairs Office
Tel No.  +8610-51663658
Fax No.
 +8610-51184585/86/87
E-Mail  HR@anesl.com
Postcode
 
 
Brief Introduction about Employer

About This International school, Beijing
All This International School Jobs' Info. ,please visit here. 

 

This School is the only school in China authorized to deliver Australian Curriculum to local and foreign students in China. Its beautiful park like campus is about 37 hectares, located in Chaoyang district, 15 minutes from the Beijing Capital Airport and 25 minutes from the city centre (GuoMao). We are currently seeking professional and energetic teachers to join our academic team.

Position: ESL Teachers

Vacancies: 15

Starting Date:  Feb. or Sep.

Job Requirements

Education

1.       Bachelors Degree & Above, TESOL or TEFL Preferred

Experience

Two years teaching experience and above

Nationality

Australian, British, New Zelander

Age

23 – 55

Benefits

Salary

10K Before Tax, negotiable according to teachers background & experience

Visa

Application of a Chinese Work Visa and application fees

Accommodation

On campus accommodation, fully furnished

Insurance

Accident Insurance covered

Chinese Classes

6 Chinese classes per week, 3 levels (beginners, intermediate and advanced)

Bonus

10K at the completion of the contract, subject to a performance evaluation

Free Meals

Lunch will be free during work days for all staff

Shopping

Supermarket trips arranged by school weekly

Documents Required for Application

1.       Detailed CV

2.       Qualification Copies (Bechelors, Masters, TEFL or TESOL etc)

3.       Passport Scan

4.       Visa Scan (if already in China)

5.       A recent picture

6.       Reference Letters (if available)

Contract Length

Once year minimum, renewable after the first year

               This International school is the only school that is registered with the WA Curriculum Council and authorized to deliver Australian Curriculum to local and international students in China . The beautiful park like campus is located in Chaoyang District Beijing, 15 minutes from the Capital Airport and 25 Minutes from the City Centre (Guomao). This International school has formed cooperation with over 100 universities and schools in Australia , UK , USA , New Zealand etc. Over 1800 students have been sent abroad to receive further education.

This International school current has about 1600 student, over 300 staff members including 30 foreign teachers. We are now looking for professional and energetic teachers to join our academic team.

Positions available: ESL teachers

Starting Date: 14 Feb. 2010

Contract: One year minimum and renewable

Job Requirement:

•  Bachelors Degree and above

•  TESOL/TEFL certificate preferred

•  Experience: two years and above

Duties:

•  Preparing teaching materials and teach according to the curriculum framework

•  Class management

•  Fostering students learning skills and record students progress

•  Report directly to the Head of Academic Affairs

•  Close liaison with other members of staff

•  Attending teachers' teaching planning sessions and professional development sessions

•  Attending school meetings

•  Participate in School events

Benefits:

•  Salary: 8k to 12k depending on background and experience

•  Contract Completion Bonus: subject to performance evaluation

•  Free Meals: Free lunch from the school canteen during work days

•  Free Chinese Lessons: 3 levels and 6 lessons per week

•  Insurance: Accident Insurance subject to the contract period

•  Accommodation: Free accommodation on campus, fully furnished

•  Shopping: Supermarket trips organized by the school every week

To apply, please send the following documents to HR@anesl.com

•  Qualification copies

•  Passport scan

•  Passport sized photo

•  A recent picture 

•  Detailed CV (including contact address and phone numbers in home country)

•  Reference letters (if available)

Contract of Employment
1. The Parties to the Contract
Party A, This International School , Beijing, agrees to engage the services of Party 
B,______________________________________________ as an Expatriate Faculty 
Member. Both parties, in line with the principles of legality, fairness, equality, mutual 
agreement, honesty, andtrustworthiness, on a voluntary basis, and in a spirit of friendly 
cooperation, agree to sign this contract and pledge to fulfill all the obligations stipulated 
hereinafter.
2. The Period of the Contract
The term of this contract shall be from _________________ to _________________.
3. Salary
3.1 Party B’s monthly salary will be RMB ___________ before tax, which includes 300 RMB 
for taking part in the activities organized by school; and 200 RMB for full attendance; Party 
B’s monthly salary will be reduced by the appropriate amount should either of these 
stipulations not be met.
3.2 Party B’s salary will be paid on the 10th of every month. If the 10th falls on a weekend or 
public holiday, the salary will be paid on the next working day. The monthly salary will be 
calculated from the commencement of duties.
4. Personal Leave
4.1 Party B is entitled to 7 days of paid sick leave per year. To claim paid sick leave, Party B 
must follow the regulations stipulated in the school’s leave procedures. Unclaimed sick leave 
cannot be accumulated or exchanged
4.2 Party B must follow the school’s official rules for taking personal leave, whether planned 
or emergency, as outlined in the school’s leave procedures.
5. Holiday
5.1 Statutory holiday will be in accordance with the Chinese Government’s holiday 
regulations up to date. However, Party A reserves the right to reschedule any missed classes 
for Party B.
5.2 For non-statutory holiday, Party B will receive a basic salary of _____ RMB per month.
6. Insurance
Party A will purchase accident insurance for Party B subject to the period of this contract, and 
help Party B to seek reimbursement for his/her accident related expenses.
7. Visa and Foreign Expert Certificate
7.1 Party A is responsible for applying for a work visa for Party B and will pay for the working 
visa. If for any reason Party B fails to complete this contract, Party B will be responsible for 
the cost of the visa.
7.2 Party B must provide true and relevant documents and information for visa application 
purposes and meet the application requirements. Party B shall take full responsibility, both 
financially and legally, if the information provided is false and/or incomplete.
7.3 Party A will keep the Foreign Expert’s Certificate for Party B. Party B may borrow it only 
with Party A’s permission and must return it immediately after use. Failure to return the 
Foreign Expert’s Certificate at the agreed time will result in a ______RMB penalty for Party B.
7.4 All visas will be cancelled upon completion or termination of this contract. Party B will be 
responsible for the cost of the new visa.
8. Performance Bonus
Party B will receive a performance bonus of up to _____________RMB upon the successful 
completion of this contract. The bonus amount received by Party B will be subject to a 
performance evaluation.
9. Responsibilities and Obligations of PartyA
9.1 Party A shall introduce to Party B the laws, Decrees and relevant regulations enacted by 
the Chinese Government and Party A’s work system and regulations concerning 
administration of foreign experts.
9.2 Party A shall provide Party B with necessary working conditions
9.3 Party A reserves the exclusive rights to have Party B teach in any of the schools within the 
campus,namely xxxx (This International School).
9.4 Party A has the responsibility to report any serious academic and/or personal misconduct 
by Party B to the relevant Government authorities
9.5 Party A reserves the right to make use of Party B’s image for school promotional purposes
10. Responsibilities and Obligations of Party B
10.1 Party B shall observe the relevant laws and regulations of the People’s Republic of China 
and shall not interfere in China’s internal affairs.
10.2 Party B shall respect China’s religious policies, and shall not conduct any religious 
activities incompatible with his/her status as a foreign expert.
10.3 Party B shall respect Chinese people’s ethics and customs.
10.4 Party B shall observe Party A’s work system and Regulation Guidelines for Expatriate 
Teachers and shall accept Party A’s arrangement and direction.
10.5 Without Party A’s consent, Party B may not take any part-time job assigned by any other 
party.
10.6 Party B shall complete the duties as specified in the attached Academic Teacher Job 
description, and Party B’s academic or teaching performance will be supervised and evaluated 
by Head / Deputy of Academic Affairs and the Academic Committee.
10.7 Party B has the responsibility to keep all the books and teaching materials provided by 
Party A in good condition, and return them upon the expiry and/or early termination of the 
contract. Party B has to pay for any damage to the books and/or teaching materials provided.
11. Revision of the Contract
This contract can be revised only by mutual consent, and must be signed by both parties. 
Before both parties have reached any agreement, the terms in this contract should be strictly 
observed.
12. Cancellation and Termination of the Contract
12.1 The following penalties will be paid by Party B in the event of early termination of the 
contract,
(1) Immediate termination by Party B – 10,000RMB
(2) Termination at the end of the trimester by Party B (30 days notice required) – Up to 
5000RMB
12.2 This contract will be null and void upon expiration
13. Confidentiality
The details of this contract are confidential and are not to be revealed to a third party. Failure 
to maintain this confidentiality shall result in immediate termination of this contract.
14. Appendices of this Contract
Appendices of this contract are; A Regulation Guidelines for Expatriate Teachers, B - 
Academic Teacher Job Descriptions and C - Lease for Expatriate Teachers, and they have 
equal legal effect.
15. Settlement to Dispute
Any dispute in connection with this contract shall be first of all settled between both parties 
concerned through friendly consultation. In the case that no settlement can be reached 
through consultation or intermediation, both parties shall submit the said dispute for 
arbitration with local personnel authorities
or the local labor arbitration system. In case either party refuses to accept the arbitration 
award, it may bring an action before the people’s court.
16. Signatures of both Parties
This Contract is signed by both parties, in duplicate, atInternational School  on this the day of ____, 20___.
PartyA - xxxxxx(This International School)
(Signature): _____________________________
Party B
(Signature): _____________________________
Party B - Contact Information:
Passport Number:  __________
Phone Number:  __________
Home Country Contact Information 
Address in home country:  __________
Tel. No. (Home Country): __________
Contact person (Home country)  __________
Relation to Contact: __________
Address of Contact:  __________
Contact Tel. No.: __________
China Contact Information
Contact person (China): __________
Address of Contact: __________
Relation to Contact: __________
Contact Tel. No.: __________
Appendix A
Regulation Guidelines for Expatriate Teachers
1. Teachers shall comply with the rules and regulations of the school.
2. Teachers shall comply with the laws and regulations of the Chinese Government.
3. Teachers shall not engage in any activities that may jeopardize the reputation of the 
school.
4. Teachers will at all times perform their duties in a professional manner. This is taken to 
5. mean that lesson plans are prepared in advance, and all required paperwork is completed 
6. accurately and promptly.
5. Teachers must follow the school’s syllabus.
6. Teachers are required to be in the classrooms 5 minutes before the start of each lesson. If 
a teacher is late for class, a pro-rata deduction will be made for late attendance
7. Teachers must observe the dress code while at work; smart and professional attire. 
8. Outside of work hours whilst in public areas of the campus, teachers must dress and act 
9. appropriately.
8. Students are to be treated with respect, consideration and kindness. However, it is 
9. forbidden for teachers to form improper relationships with students.
9. Teachers need to fulfill 40 working hours every week (including 20 teaching hours). 
10. Teachers’ cell phones need to be turned on during working hours, except during teaching 
11. time.
10. Teachers cannot accept valuable gifts, free trips, gratuities, dinners, and other 
11. entertainment from students or students’ families without prior approval from the school.
11. Teachers are responsible for maintaining in good order and returning upon request,any 
12. teaching materials, resources, or equipment given to them by the school.
12. Teachers may be assigned extra hours of substitute / tutorial classes /school or program 
13. promotion work if the weekly teaching hours is less than 20 hours. However, teachers will 
14. be paid a standard fee of 100 RMB per hour for overtime work.
Appendix B   Academic Teacher Job Description

Key ResultArea Key Tasks Key Performance Indicators
TEACHING • Prepare syllabus, teaching schedule, teaching materials and testing plan in a professional
way
• Maintain a high level of professional standards, specifically in the following areas:
• Personal presentation
• Communication with other faculty members and students
• Teaching style
• Attendance and punctuality
• Maintain classroom management and student conduct
• Effectively deliver and evaluate student assessments
• Foster and facilitate learning in students
• Give competent instruction to students in accordance with the curriculum and standards
determined by the school
• Undertake regular evaluation of students and report student’s progress
• Carry out administrative duties required by the school
• Participate in all activities organized by the school during working hours
• Perform any other prescribed function assigned by the school
• Work stations and classrooms are kept clean and
organized
• Dress and grooming is of a professional manner
• Communication with students, clients, parents and
colleagues is professional
• Students assessments are delivered and evaluated in line
with school policy
• Exam paper/assignments are set and marked in a timely
and professional manner.
• Program/course documents are well prepared in
advance.
• Participate in graduation programs, open days,
seminars, student’s after class academic activities and
staff meetings as required
• At least 80% of students give positive comments on the
teacher’s teaching as a whole.
Key ResultArea Key Tasks Key Performance Indicators
STUDENT
MANAGEMENT
• Actively participate in :
• Orientation programs
• Student progress interviews and records
• Graduations
• Student attendance
• Student academic results
• Students’ satisfaction with the course delivered by the
teacher is measured through structured feedback and the
number of students quitting the course.
• Student issues are reported, recorded and resolved in a
timely manner, in line with school policy.
• Student attendance requirements is in accordance with
school regulations
QUALITY
FOCUS
• Identify students’ needs in learning
• Adopt appropriate approaches to achieve the best teaching results and ensure that
teaching methods are in line with the school’s regulations and standards.
• Provide suggestions for the improvement of courses / programs or delivery mechanisms
in line with the school quality control and program development plans.
• Student’s success or overall pass rate is measured
against customer surveys, internal quality audits &
external audits.
• Students pass rate in exams should be at least 70% and
10 to 15% should pass with excellence

Appendix C

Lease for Expatriate Teachers
This is a legally binding contract between the school and the expatriate teacher detailed in 
section 1 (Referred to as ‘the tenant’ or ‘tenant’ from hereon)
1.Address of the Premises: 
2. Number of people allowed to reside in the premises: 1Adult
3. Period of the Lease: The same as the employment contract
4. Tenants Security Deposit & ServiceManagement Fee
4.1 The security deposit is 2000 RMB
4.2 The Service Management Fee is 1200RMB/person/year (100RMB /person/month), which 
should be paid
twice a year before 30th January and 30th June 
4.3 A receipt will be issued for each payment
5. The Tenants Obligations
5.1 The tenant is responsible for all electricity, water and gas consumed during the contract 
period
5.2 No pets are allowed in the premises
5.3 Smoking is not permitted inside the residential buildings without the prior written 
permission of the school
5.4 Both the school and the tenant have to sign the two copies of property registration forms 
at the commencement of the lease
5.5 The signed property registration forms will be considered conclusive evidence of the 
accuracy of the description of the premises and its contents
5.6 The tenant shall keep the premises in a clean and sanitary condition
5.7 The tenant is responsible for the cost of any damages of the premises properties by the 
tenant or their visitors. This includes, but is not limited to, the TV, sofa, tables, chairs, 
microwave, fridge, cookers, water heater, shower unit, sinks, bed and wardrobe
5.8 Any maintenance or repairs of the premises and/or the properties must be referred to the 
school for approval
5.9 The tenant agrees to replace all broken light bulbs and fluorescent tubes and ensure they 
are in good working order
5.10 The tenant shall not use the premises for any purpose other than dwelling.
5.11 The tenant agrees to allow the school to access the premises, with written notice, on a 
reasonable number of occasions for the purpose of inspecting and regular maintenance 
checks between Monday to Saturday (inclusive) between 8.30AM to 5.30PM. The school 
agrees not to touch the tenant’s personal properties and leave the premises in the same 
condition
5.12 The school shall provide one set of keys that enable access to the premises. The tenant 
shall not copy their keys.
5.13 Should the tenant lose their keys, they will be responsible for all costs and expenses 
associated with replacing the keys and / or gaining access to the premises
5.14 Painting of the apartment, including walls and ceilings, shall be undertaken by the school
5.15 Visitors and guests are allowed into the tenant’s premises after completing the request 
form. However, if the tenant wishes the guest to stay overnight, prior permission from the 
school must be obtained (At least 1week in advance).
Tenant’s Signature:___________________ Date:________________

  If you are interested, please send your Necessary Documents such as resume,copies of degrees, passport and general photos to E-mail: HR@anesl.com 

 

This School is the only school in China authorized to deliver Australian Curriculum to local and foreign students in China. Its beautiful park like campus is about 37 hectares, located in Chaoyang district, 15 minutes from the Beijing Capital Airport and 25 minutes from the city centre (GuoMao). We are currently seeking professional and energetic teachers to join our academic team.

Position: ESL Teachers

Vacancies: 15

Starting Date:  ASAP

Job Requirements

Education

1.       Bachelors Degree & Above, TESOL or TEFL Preferred

Experience

Two years teaching experience and above

Nationality

Australian, British, New Zelander

Age

23 – 55

Benefits

Salary

10K Before Tax, negotiable according to teachers background & experience

Visa

Application of a Chinese Work Visa and application fees

Accommodation

On campus accommodation, fully furnished

Insurance

Accident Insurance covered

Chinese Classes

6 Chinese classes per week, 3 levels (beginners, intermediate and advanced)

Bonus

10K at the completion of the contract, subject to a performance evaluation

Free Meals

Lunch will be free during work days for all staff

Shopping

Supermarket trips arranged by school weekly

Documents Required for Application

1.       Detailed CV

2.       Qualification Copies (Bechelors, Masters, TEFL or TESOL etc)

3.       Passport Scan

4.       Visa Scan (if already in China)

5.       A recent picture

6.       Reference Letters (if available)

Contract Length

Once year minimum, renewable after the first year

About This School

This school, in the eastern Chaoyang district, offers the largest campus and one of the most modern teaching facilities in Beijing. The campus is located just thirty minutes from the Central Business District and only fifteen minutes from the Capital Airport. Our 35 hectares of landscaped grounds, away from the noise and fast pace of the CBD. provide a park-like setting conducive to learning.

This school was established in the mid 1990s and has developed steadily since. Various government agencies of China and Australia have greatly assisted This school's development.

It is

  • Managed by the Australia Educational Development Group
  • Approved by the Education Commission of the Beijing Municipal Government
  • Registered with the Education Ministry of China

What are we offering?
At This school we are offering an Australian Senior High School Program, leading to university entrance, Curtin University Bachelor Program and Charles Sturt University Bachelor Program. Our programs are based on an Australian Curriculum and delivered in English. Both Chinese and international students are eligible to apply and take appropriate courses.

Achievement
More than 1,600 students have graduated from This school and are now living and studying in countries including Australia, Canada, UThis Schooled Kingdom, UThis Schooled States and New Zealand. Over 90% of graduates have obtained bachelor's or master's degrees. This School has been hailed as a Successful Example of Foreign Secondary and Tertiary Education in China.

This School has established cooperative relationships with a number of Australian and other country's reputable educational institutions. Institutions we have relationships with include Charles Sturt University, Homlesglen Institute of TAFE, Australian Institute of University Study, Cabra College and University of East Anglia (UK). For years This School has been working in collaboration with these institutions to provide quality education to students from China and other countries. Our students' population is a mix of different nationalities from China, Australia, Japan, South Korea, USA, German, Hazakstan, and Mongolia. The campus has strong academic atmosphere.

This School Leaders

Australian Education Development Group
President :Dr. K.M.Wong

 

  • Ph.D., Business Administration, USA
  • Well known education specialist
  • Former vice president and president of xxx Education and Harford Education Group in Singapore. Both are listing companies.
  • Currently acting president of Australia Education Development Group and president of This School Education Organozation
  • Established 676 schools and colleges in 59 countries and areas with an enrolment of 450,000 students every year.

 

 

 

Acting President
Miss Lydia Liu

 

  • Acting Principal of This School in Beijing
  • Well known educator
  • Australia government accredited translator
  • Member of Australian Management Association and Australian Market Development Association
  • President and Professor of Australia IELTS International College
  • Vice Chairman of Australia-China Business Council
  • Chief Representative of Australia Alexander Education Group in China
  • CEO of Barrarrat State University--This School International Program Academic Committee.
  • CEO of This School International Program Academic Committee in Beijing, China.

 

 

 

Vice Principal:

Dr.Charles Pei

 

M..A. in TESOL (Monash, Australia)
Ph.D. in Educational Administration (McGill, Canada)

 

Vice Principal, This School in Beijing
Many years of teaching and administration experience. Used to be: Vice President, Beijing School of Management
Director, Sino-British Foundation Programme, Pilot College of Beijing Polytechnic University 
Principal,Shanghai Austar Language School, Shanghai, China
Coordinator, Municipal Government of Toronto, Canada
Instructor, administrator, Platon College, Canada
Lecturer, Head of Teaching UThis School, Foreign Languages
Department, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China

 

Vice Principal

Dr. Chen Wen

 

  • Ph.D. in Law, Beijing University, China
    Division Deputy Director, Consultation Company of China International Economy and Law
  • Partner, Zhonglun Law Firm
  • Partner, Zhonglun Jingtong Law Firm
  • Consultant, Beijing Municipal Government Consultants Group
  • Member of China Lawyers Association

 

 

 

Honorary Principal:

Mr.Wan Boxiang

 

  • Member of China Olympic Committee
  • President of China Writers’ Association
  • Hong Kong Dagongbao Special Commentator
  • Member of Editing Committee, “China’s Sons and
  • President, China News Media Tennis Players’Club
  • Member, China Television Artists Association
  • Member, China Dramatists Association
  • Vice President, China Celebrities Fishing Club
  • Part-Time Professor, Qufu Unviersity, Shandong

 

 

 

Director, This School Academic Consultation Committee
Dr.Cheng Junfu

 


Dr. Cheng met with President Jiang Zemin of China on January 15th, 2002

  • Professor, Tanpa University, USA.
  • Researcher., Human Resources and Development
  • Chairman, China Unification Association of all Overseas Chinese

 

 

 

Diorector of This School Academic Consultation Committee
Mr.Francois Dagnee

 

  • Board Member of Australia Education Development Group
  • IELTS Specialist
  • Well educator
  • President of Australia International IELTS Academy

 

 

 

Member of This School Academic Consultation Committee
Mr.John Maher

 

  • Ph.D. in Economics and Finance, Harvard University
  • Well known economics
  • Professor of Economics and finance
  • Former president of Business School, Maine University

 

 

 

Member of This School Academic Consultation Committee
Mr.Gordon Dickson

 

  • Director, International Education Department, Science and Technology Academy of Australia
  • Well known international education specialist

 

 

 

Member of This School Academic Consultation Committee
Dr Guo You

 

  • M.A. in Economics, London College of Economics Study, UK.
  • Ph.D. in Finance, South West Finance and Economics University, China
  • Vice General President, China Everbright Group
  • President, China Guangda Co.Ltd (HK)
  • Board Member of Guangda Standard Insurance Company (HK)
  • General Secretary, China-Taiwan Association in Hong Kong

 

 

 

This School Academic Consultation Committee
Mr.John Neate

 

  • President, Cabra College, Australia

 

 

School Environment

This School Beijing is located in Caoyang District, Beijing.The campus, which occupies an area of 556 mu, is beautified by a lake in the front and surrounded by a river at the back. The school boasts over its European style buildings with advanced facilities for teaching and students accommodation.

Facilities

Electronic Reading Room -- Directly connected with Australian schools. Students can work and search on the web.

 
Sample Contract 
1.    The Parties to the Contract
        Party A         ,  agrees to engage the service of Party B       ,                   as an Expatriate Faculty Member.
 
        The two parties, in a spirit of friendly cooperation, agree to sign this contract and pledge to fulfill conscientiously all the obligations stipulated in it. Party A reserves the exclusive right to have Party B teach in any of the school within the campus, namely NIT、AISB and/ or BIS.
 
        It is understood by both parties that any Appendices to this contract are an inseparable part of the Contract and that the matters stipulated in any Appendices form an integral part of the contract conditions.
 
2.    The Period of the Contract
        The contracted period will be from the __  __ day of __       _ to the_     _ day of _             with the first three months as probationary period.
 
 
3.    Salary
3.1 Party B’s monthly salary will be _ __ Yuan RMB before tax for working 40 hours. The salary is divided into four parts.(see 3.2)
 
3.2 Party B’s salary is divided into four parts. 1. ____ for 20 up to 24 teaching hours per week, if the teaching load doesn’t reach the contracted hours, Party B is responsible to take substitute / tutorial classes, otherwise this payment will be paid according to the real teaching hours. 2. _ __ for at least __3__ office hours during 8:30 am to 17:30 every day. 3. ___ __ for taking part in the activities organized by school, (for example, English Corner/ any kind of competition, etc.) 4. _   _ for full attendance (for example, no personal leave / late attendance, etc.), or this amount of payment will not be paid if any occasion occurred. Each payment will be assessed according to evaluated results.
 
3.3 Every 10th of the month, Party B shall be paid the salary of the previous month. However, if the 10th falls on a weekend, the salary will be paid on the following working day. The monthly salary shall be accounted from the date when teaching activity commences. If the first month is not a full month, i.e., the starting date is later than the first day of the month, then a pro rata salary, based on the number of days of teaching, will be paid.
 
3.4 Party B must provide the medical certificate for sick leave that mustn’t be continuous for 7 days within 2 months. Otherwise, Party A has the right t o terminate this contract.
 
3.5 Teacher must obtain permission two weeks in advance from school for leave from work due to personal reasons, and this leave is not paid.
 
 
4.    Visa
4.1 Party A is responsible for providing employment offer letter. It will also help Party B with his/her application for the work visa to the Chinese Government. However, it is the responsibility of Party B to provide true and relevant documents and information for this purpose.
 
4.2 Party A will provide a sum of money for Party B’s Z visa application. Party B must return Party A the fees paid for visa application including physical exam, air travel and hotel should he/she works less than half the time as indicated in the new visa. Party A will help Party B to change the work permit (new visa) into a 30-day tourist visa for the convenience of Party B to return to the point of hire.(Party B has to pay for this tourist visa, only applicable for those who change their F/L visa into Z visa.)
 
5. Contract Completion of Incentive
5.1 Party A shall pay Party B _RMB8,000.00_ Yuan before tax as an incentive upon the full completion of this contract and results of evaluation made at the end of school year by This International School  Academic Committee. Party B’s incentive will be deducted according to the results of evaluation. There will be no pro rata payment of this incentive should the contract be terminated prior to its expiry.
 
6. Medical Insurance
6.1 Party A will organize and pay for medical insurance for Party B subject to prevailing insurance coverage for the period of this contract.
 
6.2 Party B will pay any medical expenses and then seek reimbursement from the medical insurer through the services of Party A.
 
7.    Responsibilities and Obligations of Party A
7.1 Party A shall familiarize Party B with the laws, decrees and relevant regulations enacted by the Chinese government, Party A’s work system, and rules concerning administration of foreign experts. 
 
7.2 Party A will keep the Foreign Expert Certificate issued by Chinese authorities for Party B. If Party B needs to borrow it from Party A, Party B should get Party A’s permission and return it on time.
 
7.3 Party A has the responsibility to return the Foreign Expert Certificate to the Chinese authorities, when Party B completes the contract and leaves This International School . Final payment of salary will not be made to Party B until this condition has been fulfilled.
 
7.4 Party A shall supervise and evaluate Party B’s work on a regular basis per the key performance indicators as specified in the attached Regulation Guidelines for This International School  Expatriate Teachers and This International School  Academic Teacher Job Descriptions. Party A shall terminate the contract if Party B continues to fail and comply with the key performance indicators after Party A has pointed it out and has given 3 written warning letters.
 
7.5 Party A has the right to inform the Chinese authorities to cancel Party B’s Foreign Expert Certificate and Visa on the contract’s expiry or termination.
 
8.    Responsibilities and Obligations of Party B
8.1 Party B shall observe the laws, decrees and relevant regulations enacted by the Chinese government and shall not interfere in China’s internal affairs.
 
8.2 Party B shall observe Party A’s work system and Regulations Guidelines for This International School  Expatriate Teachers and shall accept Party A’s arrangement and direction.
 
8.3 Party B must obtain written permission from Party A to take a part time job outside of school. If Party B breaches this condition, Party A will inform Beijing Foreign Affairs Office and the Public Security Bureau, the Foreign Expert and the Residence Card will be cancelled, and this contract terminated.
 
8.4 Party B shall complete the duties as specified in the attached This International School  Academic Teacher Job description. And Party B’s academic or teaching performance will be supervised and evaluated by Head / Deputy of Academic Affairs and This International School Academic Committee.
 
8.5 Party B shall respect China’s religious policy, and shall not conduct religious activities incompatible with the status of an expert.
 
8.6 Party B needs to work 40 hours a week. The exact working hours from Monday to Friday is scheduled in line with Party A’s need to teach. Party B should carry out all job duties assigned.
 
8.7 Party B should provide Party A with true and accurate information. Party B shall take all the responsibilities, both economically and legally if the information provided is false and inaccurate.
 
8.8 According to China’s Foreign Affairs Administration, Party B must inform Party A about his/her wish to leave Beijing for any period of time. A __4__-week notice is needed before the trip so that Party A can inform government departments concerned as required.
 
8.9 Party B has the responsibility to bear all expenses incurred when staying on after the contract expires, including the fees for dorm、electricity、new visa application、etc.
 
8.10 Party B has the responsibility to keep all the books and equipments provided by Party A in good condition, and return all the books and equipments upon the expiry and/or early termination of the contract. Party B has to pay for any damage to the book or equipment provided.
 
9.    Holidays
9.1 Party B is entitled to 11 paid statutory holidays, namely, New Year’s Day (1day), Spring Festival (3days), Labor’s Day (3day), National Day (3days)、Christmas Day (1 day).
 
9.2 The school reserves the right to schedule holidays for teachers during summer and winter with basic salary (RMB 2,500 or 30% or 15 teaching hours whichever is lower). Such scheduling will not be more than one month.
 
10.Accommodation
10.1 As a courtesy, Party A will supply Party B with a fully furnished accommodation on site for the period of this contract. This accommodation, which is shared with another foreign teacher, does not form part of the salary package. This accommodation is only provided if Party B stays at least 4 nights a week, should Party B breach this condition, the accommodation has to be vacated and Party B shall be charged 200 Yuan/ night. This payment should be deducted from Party B’s salary.
 
10.2 Party A shall apply Residence Card for Party B if Party B lives in school. Otherwise, Party B has to apply for Residence Card by themselves, and provide a photocopy to Party A.
 
10.3 Upon the expiry and/or termination of the contract, Party B must vacate the accommodation provided within one day.
 
11. Penalties for Breaches of the Contract
11.1 Any amounts paid under clauses 4.2 and 6.1 of this contract will be deducted from Party B’s salary if Party B does not fulfill the conditions of this contract for a minimum period of six months.
 
12. Revisions, Cancellation and Termination of the Contract
12.1 Both parties should abide by the contract and should refrain from revising, canceling, or terminating the contract without mutual consent.
 
12.2 The contract can be revised, canceled, or terminated only with mutual consent. Otherwise, the terms and of this contract should be strictly observed.
 
12.3 Immediate termination of employment occurs under following circumstances:
·         The contract expires.
·         Party A or B’s not fulfilling the contract obligations according to the terms stipulated
·         Unacceptable personal behavior or low quality of teaching/academic performance on the part of Party B.
·         According to the doctor’s diagnosis, Party B cannot resume normal work after a continued 30 days sick leave.
 
12.4 Both parties have the right to terminate the contract after the three month probation period by giving a one month notice. But either party will pay a penalty of 500 US dollars if the termination is for reasons other than that stipulated in item.
 
13. Arbitration
13.1 The two parities shall consult with each other and mediate any disputes which may arise about the contract. If all attempts fail, the two parities can appeal to the organization of arbitration for foreign expert affairs in the State Bureau of Foreign Experts and ask for a final arbitration.
 
13.2 In the event of a dispute, the Chinese version of this contract will prevail. Both parties can get translated version for arbitration. 
 
14.  Confidentiality
The details of this contract are confidential and are not to be revealed to a third party. Failure to maintain this confidentiality shall result in immediate termination of this contract.
 
15. Signing of Commencement & Completion of This Contract
15.1 This contract takes effect on the date signed by both parties.
 
15.2 This contract automatically expires when the contract ends.
 
15.3 If either of the two parties intends to renew the contract, written notice is required and must be submitted within 30 days of the expiration of this contract whereupon a new contract will be drawn up and signed by mutual consent.
 
15.4 This contract supersedes all previous contracts between the parties.
 
This Contract is signed at This International School in duplicate, this      _ day of ______    _________
 
Party A       
(Signature): _____________________________        Date        : ______________
         
Party B        ________________________________
 
(Signature): _____________________________        Date        : ______________
 
 
Party B must provide the following information:
 
Passport Number _________________ Driver’s License Number _______________
 
Home Country Address ________________ Phone Number ___________________
 
Contact Person at Home Country _____________________ Relation ____________
 
Contact Person’s Phone Number __________________
 

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