We are working closely with a well established and respected organisation who have opportunities available in over 70 ESL schools across Taiwan for English Teachers. These opportunities have ongoing start dates.
Candidates should hold a Bachelor degree and a TEFL certificate. Candidates without a TEFL certificate will also be considered, subject to obtaining one within 3 months of commencement of their contract. Native English proficiency and a valid passport from one of the following countries: UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, or New Zealand is also required.
25 teaching hours per week (on average)
Students are aged 3-16 years old
Classes are mostly group classes, but schools do also offer 1-to-1 classes
Average class sizes of 6-12 students per class
All materials, resources, and teaching guides necessary to teach the curriculum will be provided
Teachers follow a tailored curriculum that provides a lesson guide for every class but also allow for the teacher to adapt to their own particular teaching style
A local teaching assistant will be present in all Very Young Learners classes
Generous like its 23 million people, Taiwan offers wondrous vistas, lively traditions and a culture as luxuriant as Jade Mountain on a sunny day.
Famed for centuries as Ilha Formosa (Beautiful Isle; 美麗島; Měilìdǎo), this is a land with more sides than the 11-headed Guanyin. Towering sea cliffs, marble-walled gorges and tropical forests are just the start of your journey, which could take you as far as Yushan, Taiwan’s 3952m alpine roof.In Taiwan you can criss-cross mountains on colonial-era hiking trails or cycle a lone highway with the blue Pacific on one side and green volcanic arcs on the other. And if you simply want a classic landscape to enjoy, you'll find them around every corner.
‘Have you eaten?’ The words are used as a greeting here, and the answer is always ‘yes’, as there’s just too much nibbling to do. Taiwan offers the gamut of Chinese cuisines, the best Japanese outside Japan, and a full house of local specialities from Tainan milkfish and Taipei beef noodles to indigenous barbecued wild boar. Night markets serve endless feasts of snacks including oyster omelettes, shrimp rolls and shaved ice. When you’re thirsty you can indulge in juices from the freshest fruits, local craft beer, fragrant teas and, in a surprising twist, Asia’s best gourmet coffee and drinking chocolate.
Taiwan is heir to the entire Chinese tradition of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and that amorphous collection of deities and demons worshipped as folk faith. Over the centuries the people have blended their way into a unique and tolerant religious culture that’s often as ritual heavy as Catholicism and as wild as Santeria.Taiwanese temples (all 15,000) combine worship hall, festival venue and art house under one roof. Watch a plague boat burn at Donglong Temple, go on a pilgrimage with the Empress of Heaven, study a rooftop three-dimensional mosaic, and learn why a flag and ball have come to represent prayer.
SPECIAL NOTE – We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
This well-established organisation has over 70 schools across Taiwan and are expanding every year. It has schools in some of the most exciting cities in Taiwan and aims to provide fun and productive English lessons to their students of all ages, abilities, and levels.
Salary and benefits
+ End of contract bonus
+ 1 week of comprehensive initial training, including live class observations
+ Full support offered throughout the contract period