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Perfect Daytime Schedule: Late Mornings to Early Afternoons!

💼 Taipei Oxford International School
📍Taipei, Taiwan
💰 Competitive Salary
Paid Holidays
Job Description:

Up to NT$80,000 / Month! UK Accents Welcome! Perfect daytime schedule. Late mornings to early afternoons. Long Lunch. Paid holidays!

Morning 9:30am - 11:40am
Lunch 11:40am - 2pm
Afternoon 2pm - 5:30pm

Small-sized classes!

Established 20+ years!

Five native speaking teachers on-staff. Multiple years. Long-term position.

Great work environment! Two weeks paid holidays for winter. Two week paid holiday for summer.

Professional curriculum: Reading Street & Cambridge. Complete materials and teacher’s guides.

From one our current teachers, Seth:
I have worked at Oxford for four years and have been happy with my time at the school. The classes are shared with Taiwanese co-teachers who are cooperative and do a good job of maintaining classroom standards. The aspect of teaching here that sets it apart from a lot of other schools I have worked for is the curriculum. There are a lot of activity classes that involve getting to have fun with the kids. These include classes like storytelling, basketball, soccer, and a games and activities class where you are allowed to design activities that would interest the kids. Teaching these classes along with the usual language classes makes the work load more enjoyable.

Perfect location. Easy to get to. Near the Brown Line Huzhou Station

Experienced teachers and 1st-time teachers WELCOME! If you’re looking for a stable, long-term position in a well-run school please get in touch with us. We’re looking for you!

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