Teach in Taiwan – No TEFL required

TAIWAN / Reach To Teach

We are looking for ESL teachers for teaching positions in Taiwan. You don’t need to have experience to apply. Couples are welcome.

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!

What are the requirements for teaching English in Taiwan?:

Bachelor’s degree
You must be a native English speaker
Hold a passport from one of the following countries: Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa and the United States
One-year commitment
National Background Check from your home country (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, the UK and the US)
(If you already have a TEFL certificate, you’ll be eligible for a pay raise)

Typical Job Duties of an ESL Teacher in Taiwan

20+ in class teaching hours per week
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 Taiwanese co-teachers.
English Teachers receive the following benefits:

Earn NT$50,000+
Medical insurance
A safe living and working environment
Proper working visa and working papers
Assistance in finding housing
Free TEFL course
Advancement opportunities
Flexible itme off
Ongoing support

TO APPLY: https://www.reachtoteachrecruiting.com/apply-now-to-teach-english-abroad.html#/jobdetails/job_20180308022938_L2FTIQYLVJRLMUYG

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

Expires: July 31, 2018

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