Corporate Business English Trainer (Taipei, Taiwan)
Salary to be negotiated – at least 800 TWD/hour.
Work permit provided.
Health insurance provided.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Deliver effective training activity to ensure client expectations are met or exceeded
- Provide individual feedback and coaching sessions to address gaps in trainee performance
- Analyse a range of trainee needs and respond with developmental solutions quickly and appropriately
- Provide regular and timely feedback on trainee performance
- Take part in regular trainer development activity
- Ensure trainee language and skills development is evidenced in assessment situations
- Co-deliver workshop content to a high standard, in conjunction with colleagues
- Negotiate with trainees regularly to produce formative assessment reports
- Produce accurate and well-formatted formative reports for client review
- Produce accurate, well-formatted and needs-specific course plans to company and client standards
- Minimum 4 years experience in English language and/or corporate training
- Minimum of CEFR C2 English language proficiency
- Experience with training materials design and development
- Sound knowledge of language teaching and corporate training methodologies
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Professional in appearance, attitude and tone
- Excellent time management skills
- Fluent in MS Office and Google Workspace applications
- Excellent administrative and communication skills
- Ability to work independently to course delivery guidelines
- Experience with testing and assessment
- Detail-oriented and well-organized
- Flexible mindset
- Ability to work with demanding clients
- Collegiate attitude towards colleagues and office staff
- Committed to delivering to a very high standard of training
- Strong presentation skills
- Punctuality and ability to work to deadlines
- Ability to respond to constructive feedback on own performance
Taipei is the bustling, cosmopolitan capital of Taiwan. A financial hub for the entire region, Taipei is home to both home-grown brands and international companies. There is no shortage of opportunity here for an enterprising startup or established company from abroad.
Though expensive by local standards, Taipei boasts an excellent quality of life for a very reasonable price. Taiwanese cuisine ranges from street food to haute cuisine, but most is amazing regardless of the price tag. There is lots to see and do in Taipei; you could spend a lifetime exploring its busy thoroughfares and winding alleys and never discover it all. Locals are friendly and welcoming, and an active expat community adds international flair.
Like most big cities in Asia, Taipei has a multinational vibe with a wide variety of food, products, and services available to cater to your needs. The public transportation network is fast, clean, and punctual. There is a very active night scene that includes the usual suspects of bars, pubs, and clubs of all kinds, but it also includes night markets, all-night restaurants, KTV, and more.
But unlike many cities, you’ll never be far from nature and green spaces. With wide river parks snaking through the city and tree-coated mountains sprinkled through the dense urban mass, there’s always a run or a hike within a few kilometres. Some trails – like the Xiangshan Trail – can be either a short jaunt before a nice meal or a full-day affair. And while not on the coast, a day trip to the beach is not out of reach.
Taipei is one of the gems of eastern Asia. Truly, there’s something for everyone in this remarkable modern city.
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