Posted: 26th March 2018

JOB TITLE

Kindergarten and Primary Teachers

JOB LOCATION

Thailand

JOB CATEGORY

English Teacher

COUNTRY

Thailand

EXPERIENCE

No experience required

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

1

APPLICATION DEADLINE

26th April 2018

Applications close in 1 days

JOB DETAILS

We are looking for: Kindergarten and Primary school teachers. Only teachers from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, America, Canada and Ireland need apply.
Requirements: English as a first language. Teachers need to be lively and energetic, with excellent English language skills. You should be able to teach multiple primary or kindergarten school subjects. Bachelors degree holders only need apply. 
The successful candidate should have a sound understanding of EFL practices in the classroom and able to provide a stimulating learning environment.

The position pays 50,000 baht per month and rises to 55,000 in the 11th month. The hours are 0700 to 1600 or 0730 to 1630 (optional). There are a maximum of 20 teaching hours per week. Our students are friendly, polite and well behaved. The classrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with a computer, DVD player and a large screen.


QUALIFICATIONS

In order to be considered for this role, you will need to meet the following criteria:

• Hold an accredited bachelor degree
• Completed TEFL, TESOL or CELTA training
• Have recent experience teaching in a classroom

Interested in Applying?
Please email your cover letter, recent professional photo and resume to: Kevan at

Due to the high volume of applications received, please note only suitable candidates will be contacted.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

We offer: 

• 50,000 THB (55,000 THB in the 11th month)
• Health insurance (after probationary period)
• Assistance with visa & work permit
• At least 6 weeks paid holiday 
• All Thai government holidays paid
• Salary increase (every 2 years)


CONTACT

Recruitment

ADDRESS

Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand

PHONE

Ph. +66-00000000

EMAIL

Ajarn

Ajarn.com was started as a small hobby website in 1999 by Ian McNamara. It was a simple way for one Bangkok teacher to share his Thailand experiences and pass on advice. The website developed a loyal and enthusiastic following. In 2004, Ian handed over the reins to Phil Williams and 'Bangkok Phil' has run the ajarn website ever since.

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