Opening for EFL Teacher in Taiwan

Date posted:2014-05-21 | Writer: Cat’s Educational Group | Email: [email protected]

Cat’s Educational Group is a well established organization with 6 Language Schools, 2 Kindergartens, a Training and Research Center and an Educational Supply Store. We are currently seeking enthusiastic EFL teachers. We provide competitive pay, raises, bonuses, orientations, vacations and plenty of professional development courses through our Training and Research Center.

We have bright, spacious schools, and inviting classrooms. Our schools have large lending libraries and teacher resource libraries. We use an American curriculum and base a lot of our programs on western standards.


1. All qualified Native level English-Speaking teachers may apply

2. An undergraduate degree from a recognized university. Early Child Education and TESOL /TEFL  Certificate are preferred.

3. Teaching experience with young learners and/or primary students.

How to apply:

Interested candidates please send us your cover letter, resume, 2 reference letters from previous teaching jobs, and a recent photo to our Academic Coordinator via e-mail at the address given on the job heading.

Cat's Educational Group

7F, No. 21, Nan Jing East Road

Section 3

Taipei City 104


Tel: +886 02-2507-5325

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.


Very pleaseful unit to study and deeply understand the importance of reading, listening, speaking and writing which are the two elements of receptive and productive phases. It is extremely important to get the interest of every student so it is better to choose a variety of texts so that there is always a great number of dtudents interested in the content. Important to pre-teach words sometimes.This unit's focus on special needs english learning groups is more of a hands on, need-to-know section. Essentially you are dealing with smaller or more specialized groups and a general lesson plan won't be adequate for every person or group. Identifying levels and needs will be much more important to getting the person as far into their studies as is reasonably possible with the time available.