Posted: 15th May 2018










No experience required




1st July 2018

Applications close in -204 days


The Quanzhou Julong Foreign Language School is principally located in the South of China – in Quanzhou, Fujian Province (south coast, opposite Taiwan), and have multiple sister schools in the province and other provinces in China. school is an International Boarding school that includes a kindergarten, primary school, middle school and high school. However, due to continued growth and demand, the International School brand has also grown and now is attached with multiple sister schools throughout China. The school itself has some 4000 students who attend and live on campus, catering to students from the ages of 4 to 17 years (Kindergarten to Grade 11). Teachers will be provided all curriculum and teaching materials, but also offering full flexibility to teach English as they wish. You would have opportunity for a true Chinese cultural experience, but with all the modern amenities.

You will have your own Chinese assistant (to help with translation if needed, travel, local information, etc.), as well as supply your own e-bike (electric motorcycle) to drive to and from school and to allow you to visit the city and countryside at your leisure.


Foreign Teacher Team


We have a foreign teachers team of 10 teachers. You will be teaching 18-20 classes(40 mins per class) a week, no office hours. Students are between 3-12. We have great facilities with tennis courts, football field, golf court, two swimming pools one indoor and one out. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all included in a buffet like cafeteria serving Chinese and western food. Private housing with kitchen, bathroom and washer included. We want teachers from native speaking countries and be responsible.


"I have been an English teacher in the Quanzhou Julong International Foreign Language School for about 4 years now and have loved every minute of it!! The school and town is very special with amazing scenery and fantastic facilities! Being beside the mountains gives us lovely fresh air. The kindness & heart-warming residents of our private community beats living in any other place for me!! The students are the most amazing students I have ever taught and have such a passion for learning English. Every day is a new adventure for me and all the other foreign teachers in the school!”

— Danny from Ireland




Quanzhou, formerly known as Chinchew, is a prefecture-level city beside the Taiwan Strait in Fujian Province, China. Its is Fujian’s largest metropolitan region, with an area of 11,245 square kilometers (4,342 sq mi) and, as of the 2010 census, a population of 8,128,530. Its built-up area is home to 6,107,475 inhabitants, encompassing the Licheng, Fengze, and Luojiang urban districts; Jinjiang, Nan’an, and Shishi cities; Hui’an County; and the Quanzhou District for Taiwanese Investment. Quanzhou was China’s 12th-largest extended metropolitan area in 2010.

Quanzhou was China’s major port for foreign traders, who knew it as Zaiton, during the 11th through 14th centuries. It was visited by both Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta; both travelers praised it as one of the most prosperous and glorious cities in the world. It was the naval base from which the Mongol attacks on Japan and Java were primarily launched and a cosmopolitan center with Buddhist and Hindu temples, Islamic mosques, and Christian churches, including a Catholic cathedral and Franciscan monasteries. A failed revolt prompted a massacre of the city’s foreign communities in 1357. Economic dislocations—including piracy and an imperial overreaction to it during the Ming and Qing—reduced its prosperity, with Japanese trade shifting to Ningbo and Zhapu and other foreign trade restricted to Guangzhou. Quanzhou became an opium-smuggling center in the 19th century but the siltation of its harbor long reduced its capacity for trade by larger ships.


  1. Applicants should have a Bachelor degree or above
  2. Applicants should have TESOL or TEFL certificate
  3. Teaching experience in Primary school or middle school preferred
  4. Native English speakers from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand or South Africa
  5. Age: between 20-55 years old


  • Free health insurance
  • Free accommodation
  • Daily meals at school cafeteria
  • Fully paid vacation days + 2 month summer + 1 month winter vacation each academic year

Since the school cover your apartment, meals, insurance and commute fair, what you make is basically what you save at the end of the month. Salary calculated in accordance with theISAC Salary & Benefits


Yu Yingjie


Huarun Building B-47F, 1366 Qianjiang Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang China 310004


Ph. ++86-571-86633587


International School Alliance Of China

International School Alliance of China is an educational organization that specializes in Sino-Western educational exchange service. The mission of ISAC is to enhance Chinese education internationalization level by introducing more foreign talent into Chinese public and private education system. Founded in 2015, ISAC has established partnership with a wide range of educational institutions including public universities, K12 schools, as well as several education bureaus. Nowadays ISAC's role is to represent our members and reach out more international talents. In the meantime ISAC is building up our ISAC foreign teachers community to make ISAC a more recognizable brand among foreign teachers in China and those who wish to come to China.

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