This opinion piece is from my teaching blog:
The hellish school I worked for in Guangzhou is hiring. Let the teacher beware. I’ve added in bold what I think people should know.
CCC seeks an ESL/EFL Instructor to Guangzhou, China, in Xintang, a factory town with horrid air quality. Though California law requires that employers provide a safe workplace, we’ll ignore that and hope you will too. This program offers college-level courses to Chinese high school students (regardless of their English level, even 15 year old kids with D’s in English can take college classes) to prepare them for transfer to U.S. colleges and universities though the best students will transfer from EBUS into XJ’s AP program each year so maybe this plan won’t quite work out. If the first two classes are a good measure, half the students will transfer out of this school before their third year.for their Education Bound U.S. (EBUS) program at Xiang Jiang High School (XJHS) in Jade-Green Island, 45 minutes from
Under the direct supervision of the CCC EBUS Program Coordinator, who will be in California so you’ll wake to 20-30 emails A DAY from him and if he’s like most staff will only deign to speak with you at his convenience, i.e. California time. Night owls preferred as some calls will start an hour late and conclude at 2 am Guangzhou time.