Are you interested in being part of a motivated team that will shape the future of the first Swiss school in China? Are you ready to pioneer the introduction of Swiss education in Beijing, while having the support of WAB, one of Asia’s top international schools?
Vacant positions are advertised below:
Public Relations and Admissions Officer (part-time)
Please send your complete application (including CV, copies of certificates and references) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Swiss School Beijing, a section of Western Academy of Beijing, offers remuneration that is highly competitive in the international market, and regularly reviews its compensation and benefits package to stay competitive. Salary is paid in local Chinese currency (RMB) and can be converted to most major currencies and transferred out of China after completing the necessary bank paperwork.
Teachers are paid according to their years of teaching experience on a 16-step Teacher's Salary Scale. New teachers joining WAB will be placed on a step in line with their full-time teaching experience. Teachers who are in their first year of teaching will enter and remain at Step 1 for their first two years. The maximum entry for new teachers is Step 8.
In addition to their net salary, teachers with Swiss teaching certificate will benefit from the following comprehensive package:
Teachers recruited from outside China will be provided with the following one time benefits in support of their relocation to Beijing:
For more information, please contact email@example.com.
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