Job Details

English Teacher

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Ramkhamhaeng University Demonstration School (Bangna Campus)

location
Bangkok, Thailand
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    Preference : NES Preferred
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    Salary : THB 40,000 / month
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Start Work : Aug 2024

Highlights :

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    Job Type Full-time
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    Education Bachelor degree
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    B.ED./ PGCE / iPGCE Preferred
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    Experience 1 year
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    Major Any
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    Gender Any

Ramkhamhaeng University Demonstration School (Bangna Campus) is looking for NNES or NES to teach Primary (1 position) START ASAP

Available positions

1. Primary Teachers (Responsible for Science P.2 and English P.1 and 2)

Workload:

1. Working hours: 07.30 am -3.30 pm from Monday to Friday (Saturday as required occasionally)
2. Teaching hours per teacher: about 20-24 periods per week
3. Other jobs when required

Main Duties:

1. Hold fun and engaging classes for our students using the materials and curriculum provided.
2. Provide feedback to the students, parents, and staff on students' progress when required.
3. Create a happy, relaxed, and safe environment for our students to help encourage participation.

Qualifications:

1. Hold a bachelor's degree in related fields from an accredited university.
2. Be enthusiastic, positive-thinking, flexible, and friendly to children aged 3-10 years old.
3. Be able to work full-time for at least one year (renewable)

Benefits:

1. Salary range: 40,000-45,000 baht per month (relating to experience and qualifications) with annual increase (based on performance for each contract)
2. Work permit and Non-B Visa provided and paid for
3. Health insurance (in second contract renewal)
4. One-year renewable contract (based on performance)
5. Free lunch at school during school time.

Only shortlisted applicants will be informed of a scheduled teaching demonstration and interview

If the applicants are not able to send the 5 obligatory required documents, the school cannot make the official letter to hire those applicants.

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