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Chihlee Institute of Technology is recruiting qualified contract-based English teachers (Full-time)

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Chihlee Institute of Technology is recruiting qualified contract-based English teachers (Full-time)

Postby t100 » 21 Jun 2012, 14:01

Chihlee Institute of Technology
Contract English Teacher (Full-time)

Job Location:
313, Sec. 1, Wunhua Rd., Banqiao District, New Taipei City 22050, Taiwan, R.O.C
Directions: ... ategory=42

Department of Applied English
Language Center, Academic Affairs Division

Job Summary:
Chihlee Institute of Technology (CIT) is recruiting qualified contract-based English teachers (native speakers) to teach English conversation, English listening comprehension, English Presentation as well as other English-related courses. The teacher is required to teach 20 hours plus 20 office hours per week. In addition, the teacher is expected to help organize English activities held by CIT.

Native speakers (with minimum Chinese language proficiency a plus). Master or Ph.D. degree in English, education-related, or business fields. Teaching experience preferred.
Evidence of ability to maintain positive and professional interpersonal relationships with students, faculty, staff, and administration.
Evidence of ability to work as a team member with a genuine spirit of cooperation and flexibility.

Application Process:
Position begins August 1, 2012. Applications will be accepted until July 8, 2012. To be considered as an applicant for the position, the applicant must submit a letter of application that provides information as to how the applicant meets the qualifications listed above, curriculum vitae, at least 2 letters of recommendation, a photocopy of your Master or Ph.D. degree certificate and a list of references whom the Institute may contact if the candidate is a finalist.

Compensation / Benefits:
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. The contract is renewable, and a year-end bonus is granted if job-related performance is evaluated as satisfactory.

Application Details:
Please e-mail your cover letter — stating your legal working status and availability — along with your application package to Language Center at We highly appreciate all applications, but regretfully only candidates on the short list will be notified. We apologize for not being able to return your application package if your application is not accepted.

For more information please contact Ms.Huang at .
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Re: Chihlee Institute of Technology is recruiting qualified contract-based English teachers (Full-time)

Postby austin » 23 Jun 2012, 09:42

perhaps people who have interviewd at chihlee can provide input?
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