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TEACH IN TAIWAN - PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Posted By: Ren He <[email protected]>
Date: Wednesday, 23 January 2019, at 2:46 p.m.

Taiwan is looking for certified teachers to teach in public schools! This is
Nakita from Ren He. My company has been helping the Taiwan government
recruit English native speaker teachers for public schools. Due to this
being a government project, the service we provide is completely FREE.There
are several teaching positions open in Taoyuan City Public Schools in
Taiwan.

Basic Requirements of the Program:
1. Bachelor degree+ or above / a NFQ Lv. 7+ diploma
2. Native speaker from the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and
South Africa (or ones who own a passport from one of those countries)
3. Government issued teaching license

U.S. - professional/provisional/substitute teaching license

Canada - registered teacher in any province

U.K. - QTS with induction passed

Ireland - registered with the Teaching Council

Australia - registered teacher in any state

New Zealand - registered with Education Council

South Africa - SACE

Contract Time: Jan. 1st, 2018 ~ Jul. 31st, 2019
* Working hours: 8 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday.
* Max Teaching Periods Per Week: 24 for primary, 22 for junior high
* Location: Taoyuan City, Taiwan

The salary detail is as follows:
1. Base Salary:

Bachelor Degree: US$ 2,050/month

Master Degree: US$ 2,280/month

Doctoral Degree: US$ 2,380/month
2. Fully Punctuality Bonus: US$ 65/month
3. Housing allowance: US$ 165/month

Spousal allowance: US$ 165/month

(lmt'd to parents, spouse, and child)
4. Airfare reimbursement: US$ 1,300 max./trip

(arrival and departure)
5. Year-end performance bonus:

Bachelor Degree: US$ 3,075 max.

Master Degree: US$ 3,420 max.

Doctoral Degree: US$ 3,570 max.

Welfare & Benefits:
1. A total of 15 days of personal leaves
2. 3 days of sick leaves per semester
3. 1 hr of bank leave per month
4. Complete national health insurance coverage

(70% employer, 30% employee)
5. Labor insurance (70% employer, 20% employee, 10% government)
6. 2 million NTD Accidental Insurance provided by the school
7. 20,000 NTD Medical Insurance provided by the school

Taiwan is 34% cheaper than the United States. Therefore, to maintain the
same lifestyle, if you made US$ 4,000/month, in Taiwan you only have to make
US$ 2,640. Not to mention Taiwan offers complete health care to all
residents. Our medical expense here is extremely low. A trip to a doctor
costs around US$ 6.25~18 and the medication is mostly free. Taiwan is also a
food paradise, so you never have to worry about not finding authentic
American food here. And guess what, in Taiwan you don't have to tip the
waiter, so eating out is so much cheaper than it is in the US, and you
definitely don't have to drive 20 min. just to get food.

Job Content:
Work as an English teacher for various grades in the designated primary or
junior high school, using the standardized English textbook. Assist with
English-related activities and promotions in the school. Participate in
making lesson plans, teaching aids , classroom decoration, and worksheets.
Correct students' homework and exams, and provide assessments of students.

If you are interested, please send the following documents to me (email:
[email protected]) and I will arrange a skype call with you to further discuss
about the job .
1. resume
2. a copy of passport
3. a copy of college diploma (bachelor degree)
4. a copy of government-issued teaching license or substitute teaching
license (NOT CELTA, TEFL, or TESOL)
5. a recent photo

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

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