Positions For EFL Teachers in Taiwan

Date posted:2010-01-25 | Writer: Annie\'s English School | Email: [email protected]

AES was established 22 years ago in Taipei County with a view to giving a quality English language education to learners from younger learners up to junior high school students. We now have over 2, 000 students enrolled and more than 100 instructors, most of whom have been with our organization for upwards of 5 years. As enrollment increases, full-time, part-time and short-term (winter/summer camp) positions will be opening at our Shinjuang, Taishan, and Shulin schools in Taipei County. Positions will also be opening at our newly opened AES Linkou School in Taoyuan County. We offer a competitive salary commensurate with each candidate’s experience and skill. For the successful full-time candidates we will provide an A.R.C, and National Health Insurance.We are also looking for some short-term part-time teachers for winter English language camp held from Feb 1st to 12th.If you are a patient, professional, responsible, native-speaker English teacher who is passionate about seeing your students succeed, send us your CV, a copy of your diploma, and a recent photo by e-mail at the address given on the job heading by Feb. 5th and we’ll contact you to schedule telephone and face-to-face interviews and a demonstration of your teaching. 

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.


Unit 13 goes over teaching pronunciation and phonology. This is important when teaching a language to students because it helps to break down the sounds in a word. Before reading the notes and watching the videos I did not have much exposure to the phonetic alphabet. By understanding the phonetic alphabet and how it is used in words of the English language I should be able to better teach it to my students.This unit was particularly helpful to me in forcing me to sit down and learn the phonetic alphabet and also in giving suggestions on how to approach pronunciation. I was quite worried about how to approach phonetics and pronunciation as an English teacher because, when helping friends who are not native English speakers, I was at a loss on how to help them when they asked me to help them with pronunciation.