- Address Beijing, China
- Discipline Language, Writing & Culture
Introduction of the Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE)
Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) is a prestigious university under the direct leadership of the Ministry of Education (MOE) and jointly supported by the MOE, the Ministry of Finance and the People’s Government of Beijing Municipality. It is one of China’s top universities listed under the Project “Double First-Class” university and the Project 211，and in the first batch to become a Leading Academic Programs Innovation Platform.
Introduction of the School of Foreign Studies (SFS)
The history of the School of Foreign Studies (SFS) of the Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) began in 1993 when the university founded the Department of Foreign Languages Teaching (DFLT). In 2002, the DFLT changed its name to the Department of Foreign Languages (DFL) and started to enroll undergraduate English majors. In 2006, the DFL was transformed into the SFS. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the school. In the thirty years since its inception, the school has been fostering a teaching culture of “serving as role models and exemplifying conscientious and dedicated learners” and a learning culture of “diligence, betterment, integrity, and innovation.” The school boasts a unique strength in combining foreign languages with finance and economics, and has played a unique part in the cultivation of talents and the development of academic programs by the CUFE.
Today, the teaching and research units of the school include the Department of English, the Department of Translation and Interpreting, the Department of Japanese, the Department of College English Teaching (responsible for teaching English to non-foreign-language majors across the university), etc. The administrative offices of the school include the School Office, the Student Affairs Office, the Office for Teaching and Research Administration, etc. The school has three undergraduate programs: English (finance and economics), translation and interpreting (finance and economics), and Japanese (finance and economics). The school also has a master’s degree program in Foreign Languages and Literatures (FLL, a first-level disciplinary category in China’s official catalogue of academic disciplines), and a professional master’s degree program in Translation and Interpreting.
Full-time English language instructor (2 people)
· Native speaker of English;
· Bachelor and above degree;
· At least two-year full-time teaching experience either at home or abroad;
· TESOL/TEFL certificate preferred;
· Good communication and presentation skills.
The main Responsibilities are to:
· Teach communication courses available for undergraduate students. Instruct students how to improve their Oral English and Listening skills.
· Give lessons for 16 weeks every semester. Undertake 14 to 18 teaching hours per week (one teaching hour equals 45 minutes).
· Organize English Corner 2 to 3 times per semester.
· Direct English contests, judge English competitions, and other English tutorial activities.
(1) Basic monthly salary: it depends on the applicants’ workload.
(2) Accommodation: free accommodation during the term of employment. A double-room suite is provided with necessary furniture, internet and kitchen in the expert hotel on city campus of Haidian district. If the teacher does not use the accommodation provided, the monthly housing allowance will be RMB 5,000 before tax.
(3) Summer and winter holiday allowances.
(4) International travel cost: a ceiling of RMB 15,000 per academic year.
(5) Insurance: social insurance and supplementary medical insurance.