Teach English in Taiwan - TEFL Qualified Teachers Only

Date posted: 6/28/2017
Closing date: 12/31/2017
Number of positions: 10
Location: Taiwan
Length: full-time

Description / duties:
No Deadline—Application review and hiring are on a rolling basis

You must have a 120-hour TEFL certification to be considered eligible for these positions. If you're not, have a look at the Reach To Teach TEFL page for options on TEFL courses and refresher courses.


Do you want to put your teaching skills to use at a school that truly appreciates, seeks and rewards your passion for teaching? If this sounds like you, we would like to hear from you!




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$50,000 to NT$55,000 per month
Medical insurance
A safe living and working environment
Proper working visa and working papers
Assistance in finding housing
Some of our schools offer a flight stipend, but these positions are limited. First come, first serve!


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Visit our Teach in Taiwan page to learn more about teaching in Taiwan: http://goo.gl/2OMseo

Qualifications:
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

Contact information

Reach To Teach
1606 80th Ave, Algona, Iowa, 50511
(201) 467-4612
marketing@reachtoteachrecruiting.com

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