Chengdu Institute Sichuan International Studies University (CISISU) was founded in 2000. It is an independent college approved by the Ministry of Education of China and an undergraduate level institution of higher education organized by Sichuan International Studies University under the new mechanism and new model. And it is the only professional institute of foreign language studies in Sichuan province, China. CISISU adheres to “distinctive development” and “coordinated development”, unswervingly follows the developing path of focusing on foreign languages and integrating related disciplines, and pushes forwards a developing and innovating mode with “Foreign Language +” as its core. The institute is rooted in Sichuan and serves the southwest of China. It is gaining greater influence across the country and striving to go global. The institute aims at developing into a first-class application-oriented university with distinctive international features in foreign languages and related disciplines. The institute has 15 foreign language programs including English, Japanese, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese, Thai, Italian, Arabic, Polish, Czech, and Hungarian. In addition, it offers other four- or three-year programs related to foreign languages including Translation, Business English, Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Language, Journalism, International Economics and Trade, International Business, Exhibition Economy and Management, Chinese Language and Literature, Preschool Education, E-Commerce, Sports Operation and Management, Golf and Management, Hotel Management, etc. The institute enrolls students from 27 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions across the country, and currently has more than 18000 full-time students.
English teacher, German teacher, Portuguese teacher, Spanish teacher，French teacher,Italian teacher,Russian teacher,Polish teacher, Czech teacher, Hungarian teacher, Japanese teacher, Korean teacher,Thai teacher, Vietnam teacher,Arabic teacher,Malay teacher.
1. Native speaker;
2.Less than 60 years old;
3.More than 2 years of language teaching experience or the certificate in education or language;
4.Bachelor’s Degree or above;
5.Healthy and no criminal records.
1.14 class hours weekly (45 minutes for each class), mainly oral teaching workload;
2.Participating some teaching activities of the department and important activities of the school.