海达国际文教（Haida）was officially registered with 10 million Yuan in registered capital by Zhejiang Provincial Administration of Industry and Commerce in December 2004. Our company has been committed to the internationalization of education in China, and established a team of foreign teachers with strong experience, solid academic knowledge and passion for developing career of education in China. Over the years, more than 2,000 foreign experts have been introduced to more than 200 organizations, of which 23 have won friendship awards for foreign experts at municipal level and provincial level. 40% of the education institutions which we are cooperating with are colleges or universities, 35% of them are high schools or vocational schools, 25% of them are enlightenment education institutions or international kindergartens.
We also set up branches and subsidiaries in Beijing, Suzhou, Chengdu, Shenzhen, and Xiamen etc. Our services covered seven provinces and cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Sichuan, Guangdong, Fujian and their neighbouring provinces and cities. Haida Shenzhen and Chengdu branches are cooperating with the Education Bureau in international education.
Corporate Mission: To be a global intellectual porter
The flow of talent is different from the flow of goods, there is no criterial, since it is not a commodity, it
is the most difficult circulation. Everyone is an individual with warm heart and needs to have the temperature for its circulation.
|Subject||Primary School English Teacher/ Middle school English|
|Teaching Hours Per Week||Around 20 classes per week / 16 work hours without office hours|
|Office Hours per Week||N/a|
|Total Working Hours per Week||Up to 40 hours|
|Working Days Per Week||5|
|Student Age Group||10-11 years old/ 13-14years old|
|Class Size||40-45 students|
|Duration of Each Class||40-45 minutes|
|Contract Length||One academic year / 12-months contract|
|Start Time||Start of academic year (September) or second term (February)|
|Foreign Teachers Requirements|
|English level||Native English Proficiency|
|Degree||Bachelors or Masters degree|
|Terms of Employment|
|Salary||13,000-15,000 CNY per month after tax|
|Visa reimbursement||Z visa expenses will be refund according to receipt (invoice)|
|Flight reimbursement||5,000 RMB after completion contract|
|Medical insurance||Provided (speak to school representative for full details)|
|Accommodation||Shared apartment or 2000-3000 RMB as monthly housing allowance|
|Utilities (Electricity, Water, Internet)||Depending on usage|
|Paid Holidays (不包括national holiday以外，还有多少天带薪假期)||11 Days (Paid Holidays)|
Winter or Summer holiday with holiday allowance.
|Visa||Work permit provided and visa guidance offered|
Suzhou Industrial Park district (SIP) Suzhou (Jiangsu Province)
Suzhou, the cradle of Wu Culture, is a city with a history of more than 2,500 years, tracing back to the
later Shang Dynasty. While talking about Suzhou, the old saying mentions it as a “Paradise on the
Earth” or the “East Venice of the World”, referring to its natural beauty, classical gardens, bridges and
waters, traditional operas and soft dialect tone.
The city is well-known to its classical gardens, in which two of them have been listed as the great world
heritage sites. Situated in the downstream of Yangtze River Drainage Basin and Yangtze River Delta
economic zone, Suzhou has been a national tourist centre and has attracted visitors around the world.
Not just for its natural beauty, its splendid history, or its cultural heritage, Suzhou’s economy represents
the highest growth and the fastest expansion in the past 5-10 years in the region and in China. The city’
GDP has surpassed its any other neighbour cities except Shanghai in the region and more than 80 of the
world top 500 corporations listed on the Fortune have set their offices in the town.
Suzhou is one of thirteen prefecture cities of Jiangsu and the cities including Changshu, Taicang,
Kunshan, Wujiang and Zhangjiagang are under its jurisdiction. The flower emblematic of the city is
osmanthus and the city tree is camphor laure.
Suzhou is in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River and on the shores of Lake Taihu between north
latitude 30°47’ – 32°02’, east longitude 119°55’ – 121°20’. The city borders its great neighbour, Shanghai,
on the east, Wuxi on the west, and other three cities of Zhejiang Province on the south.
Dubbed “East Venice of the World” Suzhou is crisscrossed by rivers and lakes. Yangtze River, the most
spectacular river in the region, flows through the city’s north boundary but the Grand Canal runs down
from north to south. The city has the jurisdiction over the Lake Taihu, being equal to about 2/3 of the
proportion of the lake, nestling in its southwest territory. Yangcheng Lake, located in Changsu, attracts
hundreds of thousands of travellers, coming each year to enjoy its beauty and aquatic food.
Five county-level cities under Suzhou’s jurisdiction are Zhangjiagang, Changshu, Taicang, Kunshan and
Wujiang, nestling in from northeast to southeast of the city in turn.
Suzhou is under the influence of East Asia Monsoon. The city has a mild and humid climate and is
easily accessible by water, land and air traffic. Seasons are distinct, with usually hot summers and plenty
of precipitation throughout the year. The average annual temperature is close to 20°C.