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The Commercial Press (Hong Kong) Ltd.

The Commercial Press Institute of Education Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Commercial Press (HK) Ltd. Using both exam-oriented and activity-based approach, we provide tailor-made ELT programmes for Hong Kong schools. We are convinced that our mission, vision and passion towards language teaching have all lead to our long-term success. To facilitate the business development, the company is now recruiting:

Freelance NET Drama Tutors

Job Ref.EFNET1113CT


  • Conduct Drama/ELT classes for secondary and primary students for the assigned schools
  • Teach programmes including Summer Bridging, Drama, Speaking course,Phonics and Cambridge YLE Courses, etc.


  • Native English speaking tutors
  • University graduates in all discipline, or
  • University students majoring in English or Education
  • TEFL or TESOL preferred
  • Experience in teaching Hong Kong students is a MUST
  • Willing to travel throughout Hong Kong
  • Enthusiastic, detail-oriented and self-motivated
  • Be able to meet tight deadlines
  • Only valid HKID card holders will be accepted

Interested parties please send application letter with detailed resume and expected salary on an hourly basis by e-mail to (Please states "Our Ref:EFNET1113CT" & the post applied on the envelope or on the e-mail). All information provided will be kept confidential and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

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EFNET1113CT (CT3107843-01#0171)
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