Teach English in Taiwan - TEFL Qualified Teachers Only
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Are you an experienced ESL teacher looking for a great job in Taiwan? Consider teaching in a private school in Taiwan! We are currently looking for experienced ESL teachers for teaching positions in Taiwan.
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DescriptionNote that this is a general application form and you will be considered for any and all positions you're qualified for. When you interview with us, you can specify your preferred locations in Taiwan.
What are the requirements for teaching English in Taiwan?
A full University degree
You must be a native English speaker from one of the following countries: Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa and the United States
120-hour• TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification
Clear National Criminal Background Check from your home country (We can help you fast track this document if you would like our assistance.)
Typical Job Duties of an ESL Teacher in Taiwan
20-25 in-class teaching hours per week
10-15 office hours per week. This will primarily be spent in the preparation of ESL lesson plans
Teacher training is also provided and your school will have materials for use during ESL lesson preparation.
In addition to your time spent in the classroom, you will administer tests, grade papers and participate in school meetings with your Chinese co-teachers.
English Teachers receive the following benefits:
Earn NT$55,000 to NT$60,000 per month or NT650 to NT800 per hour. (We do not work with schools that pay less than NT$650 per hour.)
A safe living and working environment
Proper working visa and working papers
Some of our schools offer a flight stipend, but these positions are limited. First come, first serve! Teach English in Taiwan • TEFL Qualified Teachers Only
Teach English in Taiwan
- Level 5 TEFL certificate
- Fluent in English
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Police Check
- Teaching Experience
Date Posted10th June 2021