Hello, I'm Mila, I'm 25.
I have three years of ESL teaching experience in Shanghai and half a year experience of working as a teacher in Taipei.
Though I'm not a native English speaker, I have an educational background specified exactly on teaching English as a second foreign language. I've been studying Linguistics and cross-cultural communication in university. My major is a teacher of two foreign languages, English and German.
As a person I am very patient, self-disciplined and responsible. I am also a good team-player.
*I have an ARC in Taiwan so there are no any visa problems.
I left Taiwan 2 years ago to continue my studies in my home country. I am now looking to return to Taiwan since my studies are finished. I have 2 native languages, English and Afrikaans.
I have a B.Ed degree in Education, specializing me to be able to teach a variety of subjects for primary school students as well as Physical Education and motor skill development. I hope to also start specialized tutor classes for pronunciation, reading, writing and phonics.
I am motivated, helpful, curious, willing to learn and improve, hard working, precise, motivated, have a good sense of humor and enjoy socializing and helping fellow co-workers. I believe in good discipline and innovation in the classroom, to allow all students the chance to learn. I am good at on the spot thinking to get information through to students (students do not all learn in the same way and different methods and different settings of attention are required for different students). I also get invested in my students and do everything I can to help them in areas they struggle during classes.
I am looking for a school that offers the possibility of a long term commitment. More or less 20h per week teaching, preferably low office hours as I hope to use my spare time to exercise/study/participate in sport coaching, or assist in sport coaching. I am also a certified personal trainer which can assist students in flexibility, conditioning and motor skill development for sports. I have a first-aid qualification with CPR.
I am looking for a flexible full-time teaching position (afternoons and evenings preferred) that pays around 750NT or more per hour / 65000 - 75000NT ± per month. I prefer to teach ages 7 to 12, but am willing to teach adults if I am given training. It would be preferable if the school can offer the opportunity to be able to improve my position at the school.
Currently, I am awaiting my SACE teaching license and I am also planning to do a TEFL course later on.
Please view my experience for a short summary of what I have done at my previous jobs. As I enjoy learning and developing myself, thus I am willing to do any other professional development training required to improve my capabilities or help me gain a better/higher position at the school.
I will be available from middle February, 2021. (Please take visa application time in consideration)
If you have any more questions, please feel free to email me.
Thank you for your consideration.
My name is Richard. I am now living in HCMC Vietnam, but I can be in Taiwan ASAP. I am a native English speaker from Canada.
Below are my credentials:
I have a APRC and a work permit, for Taiwan.
I have MA diploma, in English Literature from a Canadian university.
I have a teaching certificate from my home country.
I have both a TESOL and CELTA teaching certificate.
I have a Federal Canadian Police Criminal records check.
I have character references from 3 schools. (2 in Taiwan, 1 in Canada)
I have a resume/CV.
I have a cover letter, giving my personal history.
All my documents are authenticated by the Canadian government/embassy, and I will include them in the email of our first contact.
I have 15 years teaching experience at all levels of teaching institutions
I have a Taiwanese license and ride a scooter legally in Taiwan.
I am looking to move to Taiwan and continue my teaching career after teaching in Hanoi, Vietnam for 8 months. In Hanoi I taught students between the ages of 9-16 but I am willing to teach other ages as well.
I am a native speaker from the USA, with two bachelors degrees in Political Science and Film, and an in-person TEFL course completed in Hanoi.
The easiest way to contact me is via email. I look forward to hearing from recruiters about possibilities in Taiwan. I am willing to relocate as soon as possible.
I want to be your next teacher!
I have 10 years teaching experience in the US and in Taiwan, extensive kindergarten experience in wide variety of settings. I live in Shu Lin, and can get to most parts of New Taipei.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Hi, my name is Nicola Fick and I’m from South Africa. I have a bachelor’s degree in Commerce and a post graduate diploma in accounting. I’m a qualified Chartered Accountant who has been working in the finance field since 2004. I have no teaching experience as this is change in career for me due to my recent retrenchment. I would like to find a way to give back and definitely think teaching English is the way to go. I love interacting with children of all ages. Children are always drawn to me and I am always willing to give them attention. I have 2 Taiwanese friends that I’ve known since school and I helped them with their English development. The school guidance teacher even complimented on me assisting them in their English. I’ve always enjoyed training and supervising junior staff in my previous positions. I would like to move to Taiwan for personal reasons as my boyfriend currently resides there and I visited Taiwan in February of this year for Chinese New year. I was absolutely fascinated by the country and I hear it is a great place to live and work.
I bring enthusiasm, dedication, and success to your students; with time, I can become a valuable asset to your school. Oxford Seminars often challenged me to practice my skills, and have given access to valuable knowledge and support. With their mentorship, I’m confident I can learn to adapt myself to your needs and expectations. I seek to teach primarily adolescents, young adults, and adults. Nevertheless, I am willing to take on any challenge and opportunities that come my way.
To me, the development of English learners weights heavily on its fundamentals: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. As a habitual reader, I have seen considerable improvement in my own witting and speaking skills. I find it so vital to the equation that I would set it as a regular activity both outside and inside the classroom.
With daily readings, I would set students to journal on a regular basis. Setting myself to journal often has, slowly over time, allowed my ideas to flow smoother and be more creative. Lastly, just as my teachers gave me ample opportunities to share my thoughts, work with others, and teach; I would accommodate ample speaking activities in my lesson plans. Speaking to and in front of people can be daunting for some, it was for me at one point. However, it is also a valuable skill for any student learning English or Business. It is the foundation for skills like mentoring, presenting, or public speaking. Thus, it must be practiced often and in different settings. I will accommodate the habitual practice of the fundamentals into your curriculum. With experience, I believe I can refine my classes further to be more effective and valuable.
Overall, I am very excited to move to Taiwan. Besides teaching, I look to learn Mandarin myself. I currently take a beginners class in Langara Collage, but would look to language exchange’s to improve further. I am also a passionate soccer player, and would aim to socialize though joining a team to play in.
I look forward to hearing from you and appreciate your consideration.
Hello, my name is John Strome. I am a Canadian English teacher who has been teaching in Taiwan for over 20 years. I am looking for the right school to enter into a long-term contract with. One of the most important skills for an English teacher to learn is being able to teach in a way that will keep the students interested in the class and the material. I work very hard in my classes to make that happen. I use many different recourses, including multimedia and APPS, to make my classes interesting, fun and informative.
My name is Raymond Buxton, and I am looking for a position as an ESL/English Teacher. As a teacher I have come to discover that teaching ESL/English is more of a passion than a job, and because of that I feel this attribute makes for the best kind of teachers.
Furthermore, over the years I have acquired the education, experience and knowledge necessary not only to lead, motivate and inspire a classroom of learners, but also to combine these abilities and deliver an interesting and dynamic English lesson. I have also discovered that I can capture the interest and excitement of students regardless of their level of proficiency through fun interactive games, and other activities that are inclusive in nature and student centered.
As a volunteer ESL Instructor both at University and with my local community centre, I was able to hone a wide variety of skill sets needed to identify the specific needs of both individual learners and groups of students. Moreover, my passion and drive to meet the expectations of my employer are what makes me stand out as an exceptional ESL/English teacher in this profession.
With that said, these are just a few of the reasons why I am not only well suited for the classroom environment, but more importantly, I add significantly to the dynamics of the classroom in making it a safe, fun and exciting place for people of all ages to learn English.
In my previously positions, in Canada and here in Taiwan, I have excelled at understanding learning styles, techniques and how to gauge my student’s areas of difficulty and help them see a mistake as a learning opportunity, and not an indication of their failings. They can then refocus and build on their errors and see them for what they are—successes in the waiting.
Lastly, and in closing, I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss the aforementioned and expand on my qualifications and experience. Please feel free to contact me at your next earliest convenience. I hope to hear from you soon.
I am an Australian ESL teacher with experience teaching in Japan and Australia. I hold a Bachelor, Graduate Diploma in Linguistics and a CELTA and am about to complete a Master of Applied Linguistics. I love teaching and can work with any age group.
I'm looking for a position in Taiwan (any location and type of position is OK) that can offer VISA support. Available to arrive as early as December.
If Part-time, when: Combination: Some Mornings, Afternoons & Evenings
First and foremost, I would like to briefly introduce myself regarding my academic background and teaching experience. Prior to registering myself as a PhD candidate in National Tsing Hua University, I worked as a public school teacher at Sixth form of secondary education in Malaysia for almost 20 years and served as a temporary tutor for A level and Ap PHY.Besides, I also published more than 10 books of physics and chemistry under the collaboration with several famous Malaysian writers. I have to make my sincere apology at this point for not attaching my CV due to the lack of experience in writing CV because CV is not in the inclusion of the requirement for becoming a public school teacher in Malaysia. We can meet up for better understanding of the syllabus and the interest I have in the field at your most convenient time. You are welcomed to contact me through my phone number or email. Looking forward to meeting you.
Thank You and Best Regards,
Soon to be Dr Lim Peng Chew
Hello. I am Ryan from USA. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Spanish and have a Substitute Teaching License with the state of Florida, a 160-hour TEFL certification from TEFL Express, and a 120-hour TEFL certification from International Open Academy. I have a little more than 1 year of experience with creating my own materials for private tutoring and providing homeschool lessons following the Calvert curriculum. I am also experienced with creating job-related manuals for adults and training them how to complete work-related tasks.
I would like to secure a full-time ESL position in Taipei or New Taipei City that offers health insurance, work permit and ARC sponsorship. I would like to start in 2021, ideally the month after I arrive in Taiwan (factoring in travel time and the mandatory 14-day quarantine).
If any schools or recruiters are interested, please do not hesitate to reach out to me via e-mail.
Thank you and hope to hear from you soon!
My name is Gloriah Krishna Tolentino, people call me Gloriah, but if it's hard to pronounce you can call me in your comfortable way. I am an Enthusiastic teacher, I never stop until my students don't get what I mean when I discuss my lessons. I see to it that before I leave my class their smile that they wear on their face during my period of teaching won't disappear. I always smile in the class or outside of my class, to make people comfortable with, as my smile is the only thing that I can offer to them, if they don't understand me or vice-versa. I like when my students confidently try to speak with me or make fun of me as long as they speak English. (Respect is there even they make jokes). Being friendly with limits gives them confidence to learn and speak the English language. Though I set boundaries with my students, I see to it they can approach me anytime and anywhere. Through my skills in teaching, I do believe that I can be a big help in your institution, I obtain a Bachelors degree in Education, major in English, a TESOL course, also a license teacher in the Philippines and have a temporary license here in Thailand. With my experiences with foreign students specifically Taiwanese, I can be flexible in learning their inter and intra personality, that would help cater their needs in learning.
I am an American ESL and Drama teacher looking for a full-time position in Taipei. I have taught in NYC, China, and online for over six years. I hav worked with children of all ages but prefer middle school students. I have an MA in Educational Theatre from NYU and a TESOL certificate. I am a hard working, caring, and engaging teacher. Please contact me for my CV.
I am Ezekiel Concha and I am currently looking for a teaching opportunity in Taiwan. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Communication from Far Eastern University, a 120-Hour TESOL Certificate from International Open Academy, and I am currently taking a 150-Hour Professional TESOL Certificate program in Arizona State University. I am working as a University Teaching Assistant/Classroom Facilitator wherein I facilitate student learning in the tertiary level with 20-25 students per class under the guidance of a Supervising Teacher. I am teaching Commission on Higher Education-mandated courses like: (a) Applied Ethics in Contemporary Times, (b) Regional Culture and Language Studies, (c) Science, Technology, and Society and (d) Filipino in the Contemporary World.
I can contribute to your institution through my teaching experience, excellent communication and leadership skills, efficient classroom management skills, and the ability to work under pressure and multi-task. Also, I am versatile, collaborative, persevering, and adaptable.
Teaching in Taiwan would be a good opportunity for me to practice my passion for teaching while also immersing myself to the culture of the country.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon!
My name is Patrick Shiller, and I am a 28 year old American. I am currently seeking an ESL teaching position in either Taipei or Kaohsiung.
I have over 4.5 years of experience teaching elementary and middle school ESL in Asia, 2.5 of which was in Kaohsiung. I will be earning my US teaching certificate from Moreland University in December. My certification will be in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. As a dedicated, hard-working, and enthusiastic English instructor, I believe I would be a great addition to your school.
Currently, I am in the USA, but I am available to start as soon as possible. I have begun the paperwork and my medical check to speed up the visa process.
Please email me or any further questions.
Thank you very much for your consideration.
I have been teaching children and teenagers in Taiwan and the USA for over six years. I'm energetic, hard-working, can design creative lesson plans and truly enjoy teaching English.
I'm a 34 year-old American currently living in Taipei. I have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology with a focus on child psychology. I'm currently on an ARC extension that goes through 2021.
I believe I would make a great fit with your school.
If Part-time, when: Combination: Some Mornings, Afternoons & Evenings
I have been teaching my whole schooling career through different means. Whether it was through art, self expression, or English. I have experience in teaching ages one year all the way up to adult learners. This includes but is not limited to deaf and hearing impaired students to blind students. I also have two plus years teaching special education through a work study program held all through my college career. This included grading of exams as well as the delivery of those confidential items as well as proctoring exams and scheduling finals. I have experience in the Reggio Emilio approach. This is learning through project provocation and student driven learning. I wish to broaden my teaching methods as well as my knowledge. If you are interested please email with any questions you may have.
If Part-time, when: Part-time Mornings and Afternoons
Hi, I'm Chris! I have 2.5 years of experience teaching English to children, teenagers, and adults (elementary level through to advanced), as well as IELTS courses to highschool and university students, at a well-respected organisation in Vietnam. My experience also includes tutoring students from many different countries in IELTS preparation using various online platforms over the past year. I have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Organisational Psychology, and a CELTA which I completed before starting my teaching career. I am currently in South Africa, teaching from home – having moved back in February just before borders were closed due to the pandemic – but I'm looking to start work in Taiwan (Taipei, specifically) in January (taking into account visa-processing time). My hope is find a position in a progressive organisation that prioritizes quality of education and provides professional development opportunities. Education is my passion, and my commitment to students – coupled with a genuine care for all people I work with – makes me an asset to any school. Please contact me by email to recieve my full CV along with copies of my documents. Thank you!
If Part-time, when: Combination: Some Mornings, Afternoons & Evenings
I'm an American looking for a job in Tainan, but also considering Taipei. I have 1 year of ESL teaching experience in taiwan, and 2 years of tutoring experience.
Bachelor's degree in East Asian Studies from Oberlin College. I'm energetic and I like kids. Chinese level is good. Will teach kids and adults. Years of experience as a martial arts teacher, as well as acting and directing in the Theater.
I am currently in the US, and have been keeping safe from covid. If hired, I could start teaching a month from when I receive the work permit (factoring in time it takes to make a visa + 14 day quarantine).
Classrooms are where teachers and students explore the larger world through a frame of learning.
For me, everything comes down to having a teaching philosophy that is inclusive of all students, creating a space where everyone can be free to discuss and work with ideas freely, using inspiring materials to develop deeper insights into target learning objectives while having maximum student engagement between their peers.
Character education, erudite values towards learning, interpersonal social development and increased self development are all integral aspects towards creating a holistic education experience.
My name is John Osborne and am looking to relocate overseas to begin my teaching career. I am currently in the United States, but would love to join your school in December 2020 or January/February 2021! I have my Bachelors Degree with a Major in Computer Science. I have a 120-hour in-class TEFL Certificate from InternationalOpenAcademy. Please email me if you feel I would be a welcome addition to your school!
My name is Kristina Nisi and am looking to relocate overseas again to restart my teaching career.
I am currently in Canada, but would love to join your school in December 2020 or January/February 2021!
I have my Bachelors Degree with a Major in Psychology and Minors in Mathematics, English, and Religious Studies. I have a 120 hour in-class TEFL Certificate from TEFLWorldWidePrague, as well as a Technical Diploma in Petroleum Engineering.
I am a bright, energetic person who loves to travel, dance, and meet new people while exploring new countries!
Please email me if you feel I would be a welcome addition to your school!
My name is Janos and I would like to move to Taiwan.
Currently I am living in Cambodia and I was Sales & Marketing manager of a famous international luxury brand.
If you have any opportunity for me and would like to see my CV kindly contact me via WhatsApp or Line.
I am a South African teacher (I am also a lawyer and a banker) who has been teaching in Thailand and China for 5 years. I currently teach the Oxford "Let`s Go!" and the Pearson SBS at a language center in Liaoning. I am interested in jobs at Schools, Universities or Language Centers in Taiwan for next year. I have done HSK 1 and 2 but my Mandarin is rudimentary, though I am working on it as I find it invaluable when teaching the young kids. I currently earn $2100 per month plus a nice apartment, and I will not take a drop in salary. I also do not want to hear from 6 day a week schools
I am a registered teacher from the Philippines. I also have completed 120 hours of TESOL course and took the TOEIC with an impressive score of 925. I have been in the BPO industry for almost 9years now catering clients from the US. This helped me to be more adept in using English as a second language. I'm strongly motivated to pursue my profession and help students to be more comfortable in using English. I would like to also share with them the experience and the knowledge I had in acquiring another language.
I am looking for a morning teaching job in Taipei or New Taipei City. I have extensive experience teaching young children in a variety of school styles, from traditional to Montessori. I am available to start immediately. I look forward to hearing from you!
Hello! My name is Allen, and I am currently a student at Stanford University (斯坦福大學) studying mathematics and computer science. I am looking to teach English during my gap year. I was born and raised in the United States to Taiwanese parents, and I am fluent in both English and Mandarin Chinese. I enjoyed teaching English in Taichung with the Taiwan AID program, where I was recognized by Taiwanese Vice President Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁) for my excellence. Feel free to reach out to me. Thanks!
I am a licensed teacher. I am currently teaching English for Junior and Senior High School in a public school here in the Philippines. I have been in the teaching field for more than four years now. My teaching experience has allowed me to get expertise in imparting lessons to students. I also had the opportunity to teach the English language to Koreans, which proved my ability to adapt to diverse culture. Through the different workshops and seminars I participated in, I gained knowledge and skills that improved my viewpoint and dedication to the extra-curricular part of the school experience.