Exciting Opportunities for Teachers in Taiwan

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Footprints Recruiting Inc. was exclusively selected by the Taiwan Ministry of Education to recruit Native English Speaking teachers from North America to teach at government supported public schools across Taiwan.

Footprints Recruiting Inc. was exclusively selected by the Taiwan Ministry of Education to recruit Native English Speaking teachers from North America to teach at government supported public schools across Taiwan.

"These positions are great resume-builders, giving applicants a taste of teaching experience in a wholly different context and culture," says Bennett Ho of Footprints Recruiting. "Footprints is excited to be working with the Taiwanese Ministry to find the right people for these jobs."

Footprints (available online at http://www.footprintsrecruiting.com) is advertising for 20 positions that bring with them incredible benefits and experience. In order to qualify applicants must posses a valid teaching license, as well as a bachelor's degree in education, applied linguistics or English. Formal teaching experience is also preferred.

Successful candidates will teach between 20-24 hours per week. Salaries range between $60,890-85,000NT (Taiwanese dollar). Other benefits include medical insurance, furnished housing, round-trip airfare for both applicant and spouse, 10 days paid vacation, plus end-of-contract performance bonuses. All foreign teachers will receive continual support from Taiwanese co-teachers in the classroom.

Applications close on June 1, 2008, and teachers are expected to arrive in Taiwan on August 18, 2008 to commence orientation and training.

About Footprints Recruiting
Footprints Recruiting Inc. is one of the largest independent providers of qualified English teachers to both government institutions and private language academies across Asia. Every member of the Footprints staff was an English teacher abroad. Their goal is to use that experience to match great teachers with exceptional schools, providing the most rewarding experience possible for teachers, employers and most importantly- students.

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