Graduate Recruitment ProgrammeÂ
Eureka opens opportunities to international graduates for over 100 positions! Collaborating with local kindergartens, government primary and secondary schools, Eureka is excited to find the perfect fit for our schools.
This could be you!
Eligibility and Requirements
A successful candidate should be:
â€˘ passionate about working with young people
â€˘Â dedicated to creating, teaching and running activities
â€˘Â eager to create a dynamic English speaking environment at the school
â€˘Â in possession of a university degree in any discipline
â€˘Â in possession of 120-hour teacher training certification (e.g. TEFL, TESOL,Â CELTA, etc.) or any equivalent qualifications
Our Support for Eureka Teachers
Each candidate will be provided with guidance and support through our induction and extensive trainingÂ into teaching and living in Hong Kong.
Our programme is designed to help ease new candidates into working closely with schools and collaborating with local teachers to deliver interactive and engaging lessons.
Throughout the year, Eureka plans social gatherings for candidates to connect and explore Hong Kong with other like-minded Eureka teachers around the city, in hopes of building a strong and supportive teacher community that makes settling in easier.
We thrive in knowing that our candidates can learn and find themselves in this teaching journey, while creating a positive impact on the younger generation in Hong Kong.
Employment visa sponsorship will be offered to eligible candidates.
This programme offers a genuine and unique experience for our candidates with the safety net, help and support from a company that genuinely cares.
Orientation starts on 3rd August.
Begin your journey with us!Â Email your interest or enquiries toÂ email@example.com.
â€˘Â To support and strengthen the English language learning and teaching in Hong Kong
â€˘Â To provide an authentic environment for children to learn English andÂ develop their confidence in using English for communication
â€˘Â To develop innovative learning and teaching methods, materials, curriculum andÂ activities suited for individual needs
â€˘Â To promote the professional development of teachers through training and workshops
â€˘ Undertaking teaching duties and develop teaching models/practices related to the learning, teaching and assessment of English
â€˘Â Organising and conducting extra-curricular activities such as English day camps,Â story-telling activities, drama, songs, verse speaking, reading, writing, etc.
â€˘Â Providing support for the English panel, including school-based curriculum and professional development
â€˘Â Acting as an adviser on language teaching and learning and as a language resource person
Full-time salary ranges from HK$20,000 to HK$25,000 (approximately $2,500 -$3,300 USD) per month.
Part-time and project-based salary varies among schools at monthly/weekly/hourly rate.
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