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Summer Teaching Post #K12

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Job Code RS35259
Job Type Full Time
School Type Regular School
Job location Taipei, Taiwan
Starting Aug. / 2016
Salary TWD 85000 / Month
Teaching Hour Hours / Week
Schedule
  Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun.
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Certificates Requirement Yes
Qualified teacher certificate recognized by the government Yes
Job Information

 Summer Teaching Post #K12

SCHOOL LOCATIONS:
Taipei (G2-G11)
New Taipei (G7-12)
Tainan (Senior HS)
Taoyuan (G1-9)
Keelung City (G1-6)

Currently looking for the following teachers that can start this July/August.
- Biology
- Social studies
- Literature
- ESL

SALARY: NT$68,000-85,000 per month
Schools will provide PD and airfare reimbursement, vacations, accommodations, renewal incentives , labor and national insurance.
Contract renewal bonus up to half of basic pay monthly salary

TEACHING SCHEDULE:

8am-5pm, M-F
Maximum teaching hrs is 22 teaching periods per week.

REQUIREMENTS:
Resume with photos taken within 3months, Degree and Sub/Teaching Permit
Ref Letters (at-least 2) and Passport

CONTACT PERSON:
Michael Yang
EMAIL: michaelfrancoise04@gmail.com

Teachers with good reference are preferred by schools. 

Employer's Information
School's Name Country Contact Email
Dewey International Taiwan Michael Yang recruit05@mail.hiabc.net
TEL Fax Address
+886-4-2381 +886-4-2381+3705 TW

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