Posted: 22nd March 2019

JOB TITLE

Native English Speaker Teacher for High School

JOB LOCATION

Thailand

JOB CATEGORY

English Teacher

COUNTRY

Thailand

EXPERIENCE

No experience required

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

1

APPLICATION DEADLINE

22nd April 2019

Applications close in -1 days

JOB DETAILS

Text-And-Talk Language School is hiring for a Native English Teacher age between 22 - 50 years old to teach Listening and Speaking to high school students at Dinso road in Bangkok province, near Democracy Monument.

Job Details:

- Applicants must be from these countries (USA, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia).
- Teaching subject is English focusing on Listening, Speaking and Grammar at high school levels.
- The class size is between 20-30 students. Students are lovely and very attentive.
- Working hours are Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM at 18-20 teaching periods per week.
- The contract starts as soon as possible and the contract for this academic year ends on April, 2020. For renewal of contract for the next academic year is 12 months.
- Teacher´s salary is 40,000 baht per month.


QUALIFICATIONS

The Requirements for Applications:
• Bachelor’s Degree 
• English native speaker
• 120-Hour TEFL or CELTA qualification
• Teaching experience in Thailand or elsewhere
• Must be reliable and understand Thai working culture
• Currently residing in Thailand and can commute to the work location on time

SALARY AND BENEFITS

We offer immediately:
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• Social Security health insurance
• Work permit and visa assistance
• Support from our team

To apply:

Please submit your CV to Hedda at
or line: hedda08
Only qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews. When contacted, please prepare a 20-minute demonstration lesson on both English grammar and conversation lessons for high school, Pre-Intermediate levels.

Looking forward to hearing from you. 

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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