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you need to ask by yourself, if you don't ask, they will not find you!

if you can speak chinese, maybe there will be some vacancies, but if you can't, the possibility is small.

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I heard聽New World has its聽training centre located on West WenEr road?

Who knows the contact infomation? Or tell me the details of the address?(no result from聽google )聽I would like to have a visit. How is the spanish course? How much? Offer the workday class(prefer afternoon)?

I want to regesiter in and find a teacher to help me to聽do my homework and practice聽my聽spanish.

I do a part-time job there, I can help you ask the time and price the next time I go.

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Have you looked at their webpage for Hangzhou?

They have phone numbers and also a contact message option.

http://www.ef.com.cn/englishfirst/citie ... spx?lng=en

Which EF Centre do you want to contact? They seem to have 3 in HZ. Only current job vacancies seem to be in the ChengDong Centre.

LFA

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Hey there!

I am currently in London, and hoping to explore Hangzhou in February. I am a native speaker, born and bred in the United Kingdom. 21 years old with a BA degree in sports science, I am also a qualified TESOL teacher with experience working with young children and adults.

I visited Hangzhou in May, I am very keen to return!

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ENGLISH FIRST HANGZHOU

E-mail: recruitment.efhz@gmail.com

There are 3 children's schools (East, West, and the new North), one adult school near HuangLong Stadium, and a Corporate Language Training department (teach in-company).

http://www.efhz.com/Englishnew/index.asp?page=welcome

Moderator please update, Michael Garvey has not worked for EF for 3 years.

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http://visa.ilaowai.net

Feel troublesome to collect the documents for your visa application?

Don’t know how to set up a company or a representative office?

Thank it a waste of time to go to the government departments for tax payment?

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I have been an ESL and Conversation English Teacher in China almost 9 years and am looking for summer work in HZ, prefer in/near Xiaoshan District and with younger kids, but guess any position will do if anyone knows of any spots open.

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Hi there, I am seeking a non-contractual part-time teaching job on weekends. I'm a native English speaker from the US, holder of a bachelor's degree in hotel management. No formal teaching experience or certification, I do hold conversational English classes to the hotel staff where I work by creating oral dialogues the staff can practice. If anyone has any knowledge of any schools hiring in or near Binjiang district, Hangzhou, I appreciate any feedback regarding the matter.

Warm Regards,

Aaron

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Imandarin Hangzhou Huanglong Center Chinese School

Tel: 86-571-28195510

Mobile: 86-13968028357

Fax: 86-571-85774588

Email: ivy.wang@imandarin.net

Web: www.iMandarin.net

Add: 5B Handnice Mansion, 5 Huanglong Road, Xihu Dist., Hangzhou

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Hi there, I am seeking a non-contractual part-time teaching job on weekends. I'm a native English speaker from the US, holder of a bachelor's degree in hotel management. No formal teaching experience or certification, I do hold conversational English classes to the hotel staff where I work by creating oral dialogues the staff can practice. If anyone has any knowledge of any schools hiring in or near Binjiang district, Hangzhou, I appreciate any feedback regarding the matter.

Warm Regards,

Aaron

Still in Hangzhou, Aaron? think about working with us. email at teacher@upedu.com

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Hello there, I am currently looking for a part-time teaching job on afternoons and/or weekends. I am French, I speak French fluently and English. I've been learning Chinese for three years and I'm about to take HSK 5 exam. 
If ever you are interested, please contact me.   

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On 3/15/2007 at 4:37 PM, odys said:

Hi, I am a native speaker of both french and english, looking forward to have a part time teaching job if sometime you have and open position give me a word please kind regards Yves 

still need one?

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