Posted: 28th May 2018

JOB TITLE

NES/EU English and Health Teacher

JOB LOCATION

Thailand

JOB CATEGORY

English Teacher

COUNTRY

Thailand

EXPERIENCE

No experience required

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

1

APPLICATION DEADLINE

28th June 2018

Applications close in 7 days

JOB DETAILS

We have a vacancy for a native speaker, or near fluent non-native speaker with a passport from a European, to teach at a school near Victory Monument.

The school is in a good location, within walking distance of the BTS. 

The job is teaching a mix of health (6 periods), English (10 periods) and independent study (6 periods) to prathom 4, 5 and 6 students.

The hours of work are Monday to Friday, 07.30 to 16.00, teaching 22-23 contact periods per week. The contract is from 4th June 2018 to mid-March 2019. The October break is paid.

Orientation will be at the school on Friday 1st June.


QUALIFICATIONS

While an English language teaching qualification, such as TEFL, TESOL or CELTA and teaching experience is preferred, equal importance is placed on a good attitude and a positive approach to teaching in Thailand.

Interested teachers should email their current résumé, along with a brief covering statement. 

SALARY AND BENEFITS

The salary is 33,000 or 34,000 baht a month depending on nationality and qualifications. Any periods taught covering for absent teachers are paid extra.

All teachers qualify for an attendance/completion bonus of 2,000 baht per month that accumulates and is paid in a lump sum at the end of the contract in March 2019. 

GEC has six foreign teachers at this school and a full-time coordinator onsite to advise and assist our teachers.

GEC will provide all of the documentation and full assistance for a non B visa and will get the teacher license, or waiver, and work permit. 

Assistance is given to open a bank account and obtain accident insurance when the work permit is granted.



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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