Employment teaching English in Taiwan

Date posted:2006-08-28 | Writer: National Nan Ke International Experimental High Sc | Email: [email protected]

National Nan Ke International Experimental High School in Tainan Science Park.

Part-time and Full-time Elementary and High School Teachers Wanted
(To Work With English-Mandarin Bilingual Students)

Our school is searching for several part-time and full-time teachers to fill the immediate positions in the bilingual department. (A teaching certificate is required to apply for the full-time teaching position.)

NNKIEHS is a public, coeducational school (primary 1-12). The school is multi-cultural. Four of the departments are for local Chinese and adopt the Taiwan (ROC) national curriculum, while the Bilingual Department (1-12) serves students in the English-speaking community who seek an American college-preparatory education or plan to transfer to the local school system. Students come from business, professional, government and diplomatic families.

- A teaching certificate from US or Canada preferred (full-time positions).
- A professional disposition and a sincere desire to teach children.
- A team player that enjoys sharing and collaborating with colleagues.

Benefits For Full-time Positions: Salary NT$ 50,000~$70,000 NT per month, ARC and work visa, variety of bonuses(commitment and year-end bonuses), health insurance, housing, airfare/relocation fee.

Interested candidates are requested to submit resumes and recent photos
Please send resumes to: [email protected] or [email protected]
Phone:011-886-6-5052916 ext 212 or 011-886-930926747

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit was tough to get through, as there are not only multiple present tenses, but also various examples and exceptions to each sub group. This can be challenging when teaching, as most other languages don't have nearly as many tenses as English. I have learned it will take diligence on my part to make charts to help in keeping each tense category straight in my mind, but also aid in helping to teach the students.This unit was a helpful refresher on the things I need to look for when I apply to another position in the future. Of particular note, many of the websites linked for information will prove invaluable when building my resume and finding job opportunities. While I am teaching in a foreign country at the moment that I am fairly familiar with, keeping in mind cultural issues will be an important aspect when interviewing.