I’ve been offered a supervising position at my school; training new teachers, setting up peer observations, hiring new teachers, writing a training guide/school curriculum. But in typical Taiwanese fashion, they didn’t make me an offer in terms of pay, they asked me what I think I should be paid.
I’m thinking of just getting my hourly wage increased to compensate for the extra hours I’ll be working, but I’d like to find out what other supervisors are making, including bonuses and holiday pay.
I’m a bit of a push over and I love the school and the kids where I work, so I’d probably accept something a lot lower than the market rate. But I don’t want to do that just because I already see the market going lower and lower and don’t want to be a part of that.
Any information/help is appreciated!