Certified Public School Teacher For Taipei Private School – August 2019

TAIWAN / Reach To Teach

Are you a certified North American public school teacher looking for a position at an excellent school in Taiwan?

Reach To Teach is partnered with a number of excellent public schools and private schools in Taipei, and we’re looking for passionate and experienced teachers with formal teaching experience. Your job will be to increase students’ interests and motivations in studying English by providing fun and engaging lessons and activities for your classroom.

We have two public schools in Taipei that are looking for certified teachers to start immediately.

Start Date: August 2019


BEd Degree in Education / Early Childhood / Elementary Education
Valid Public School Teaching Certification OR Sub Teaching License
Experience working with young learners
Clear National Background Check from your home country (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, the UK and the US)

MONTHLY SALARY: Earn NT$60,000-NT$70,000 per month (depending on education, experience, and qualifications)
BONUSES: Attendance bonus and performance incentives
PAID VACATION: Paid vacation time plus National Holidays

Health and dental insurance
Paid teaching training
Weekends off
Work permit and ARC provided
Additional Job Details:

Teaching materials and books provided by the school
Training provided
Very low teacher turnover (This school keeps there teachers an average of four to five years.)

TO APPLY: https://www.reachtoteachrecruiting.com/apply-now-to-teach-english-abroad.html#/jobdetails/job_20180305025434_RABWHFFMOJZ7EEVX

Nationalities Accepted: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, the UK and the US

Expires: Aug 24, 2019


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