Posted: 28th January 2019

JOB TITLE

Kindergarten Teachers, Thailand

JOB LOCATION

Thailand

JOB CATEGORY

English Teacher

COUNTRY

Thailand

EXPERIENCE

No experience required

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

1

APPLICATION DEADLINE

28th February 2019

Applications close in -174 days

JOB DETAILS

We are now interviewing prospective English applicants for teaching positions for the 2019/2020 academic year. Opportunities to teach with the English Program (EP) and the Intensive English Program (IEP) in Samut Prakarn starting in May 2019. We DO NOT need an English language or ESL teacher – so please do not apply if this is your only experience.

QUALIFICATIONS

An applicant minimum requirements are as follows:
  • Native English Speaker (USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand).
  • Certificate in Education (B.Ed., PGCE, TEFL, TESOL, or equivalent) or a Bachelor degree in other field will be considered.
  • One or more years of teaching experience preferred.
  • Jolly Phonics experience will be a benefit.
  • Basic Office/ IT Skills.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

Benefits:

Health and accident insurance.
Annual Bonus.
Assistance with visa extension and in obtaining a Non-B visa.
Work Permit and Teacher’s license paid by the school.
Free lunch every working day.

Working Conditions:

Teaching hours range maximum 20 hours a week.
Small class sizes with air-conditioned classrooms.
School hours are 08.30 am to 03.30 pm, Monday to Friday.
Curriculum and lesson breakdowns are provided to the teacher.
All teaching materials are supplied by the school.

Applications should include: Cover letter expressing the candidate’s background, experience, and a brief statement stating your philosophy of education. A resume with a recent photo, including email address and phone number.
Please email to with CV and documentation. Thanks! 

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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