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English teachers wanted at Kaohsiung St. Paul’s High School
  • yudewuyudewu
    Posts: 3Member

    Looking for part-time/full-time English teachers (native English speakers)

    Name of School:Kaohsiung St. Paul’s High School

    Address:No.97, Chung-Hwa 1st Road, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan

    Working hours: 8:10 ~ 16:40, Monday to Friday

    Number of hours: 10 to 20 hours per week (working hours will be discussed during the interview)

    Pay:NT $ 600 / hr

    Student age:13-18

    Job Description:

    The English teacher will teach English classes including listening, speaking, reading and writing. Besides, the teacher also corrects students' homework and grade test papers, proctor on the exam days.

    Full-time English foreign teachers are required to stay at school from 8:10 a.m. to 4:40 p.m.

    Part-time teachers only teach at assigned hours. 

    Interview Process:

    Your teaching demo and interview will be arranged at your convenience.The teaching demo will last around 10-15 minutes and be reviewed by 3 English teachers and the academic dean. After that, the selected candidates will be interviewed by the same reviewers. 

    Benefits (ARC, Health Insurance, Worker's Compensation, or Other):

    The school will only provide English teachers with the labor insurance.

    Applicants must have legal staying status in Taiwan through ARC, APRC or the marriage visa.

    Start date: August 31st , 2015

    Contact information: If you are interested in this position, please email your resume/CV to the following address:

    Teacher Chris Yu-De Wu (yudewu@mail.mcsh.kh.edu.tw)

    07-552-1593 ext.121

  • SSKSSK
    Posts: 5Member
    Are full time teachers getting 20 hours a week, but must be at the school for 40+ hours a week?  What's the teacher doing all that time that they're not paid for?
  • JaiyoismJaiyoism
    Posts: 434Administrator
    From my experience the full time teacher is on a salary that includes paid holidays and a yearly bonus depending on your performance.
    Staying at school all day and only getting paid for the hours you teach doesn't seem right as @SSK has said.
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