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Taiwan Online Hiring: ESL Teachers needed across Taiwan. NO experience required!


Position: ESL Teachers needed across Taiwan. 
NO experience required!
Location: Taiwan

English Language Schools
Summary:
m2r Education is working with the largest private language school group in Taiwan, they have a need for native English speakers (NES) to join them on an initial 1-year contract. NO experience or TEFL / CELTA is required, just a Bachelor’s degree and willingness to teach preschool to 14-year-olds.

You will also receive a recognized TEFL qualification during your training.

You will be guaranteed a minimum of 20 hours per week and if you wish to make more money, you can teach more hours. (Most teachers will do around 24 hours but you can do up to 30 hours if you wish!).

Class sizes are between 16 - 24 and you will not have to move around, the location and school will all be confirmed upon arrival, however, you will be asked to provide your top 3 locations during the application process.


Teaching couples/groups of friends are welcome to apply, you will all teach in the same city/town (not in the same school though) so you can live together.

If you are traveling alone, you will meet up to 60 brand new teachers on day one, so you will have every opportunity to make new friends and arrange accommodation if needed. Your new manager will also help you to find somewhere that meets your needs and budget.

Taiwan is a very cheap country and you will be able to save if you wish.

Package:
580 NT per hour
Guaranteed 20 hours of teaching per week
Interest-free loan of $1,000 upon arrival, if needed (paid back within 9 months of joining)
14 days’ unpaid leave
1-month end of contract leave if the teacher signs for another year
Yearly raises of up to 40NT per hour (to a maximum of 750 NT)
1 year, renewable contract
If you are looking for a new adventure or are just starting your ESL career, contact us now!

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE



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