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Secondary Science Teacher

Assumption College English Program, Rama II Campus

Samut Sakhon, Thailand
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    Preference : Both NES & NNES
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    Salary : THB 70,000 / month
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 Science
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    Gender Any

ACEP is seeking a qualified Secondary Science teacher.


1) Applications will only be read if the email’s subject is ‘Secondary Science Teacher’.

2) Position Details:

- MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: Teaching Science lessons to EFL students.

- QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor degree related to Science.

- EXPERIENCE: Preference will be given to applicants who have at least two years’ experience teaching Science to secondary students.

- START DATE: as soon as possible

3) The initial contracts will be until March 2025. If both parties agree, an additional twelve-month contract will be offered from that time.

4) All teachers teach up to 20 hours (24 periods) per week.

5) Class sizes are a maximum of 25 students for all Year Levels.

8) Successful applicants will receive between 70,000 baht/month, health insurance, paid holidays.

- Only short listed candidates will be contacted (* we may keep others on file for future openings *).
- Interviews: all interviews will be done by Google Meet regardless of the applicant’s location. Local applicants may be invited to look at the school campus later in the application process.

10) For further information about our school please look at our website (, Facebook page (

Job description
- Planning and delivering effective lessons that meet the ACEP Curriculum
- Ensuring all your lessons, units, and projects are clearly understood by your pupils.
- Staying current with any changes and developments to the national teaching curriculum.
- Supervising laboratory activities.
- Assigning projects and assignments to the students.
- Participating in science exhibitions.
- Assisting students in their science projects.
- Working with your colleagues to coordinate lesson plans where other subjects can complement your Science-Physics lessons.
- Being able to adapt your instructional materials and teaching methods to meet the classes varying learning abilities.
- Creating lesson plans that deliver a balance of instruction, demonstration, and work time, so that pupils are provided with the opportunity to observe, question, and investigate.
- Being creative and enthusiastic about using different teaching methods, including solo work, group work, whole-class work, demonstrations, and experiments.
- Following safeguarding procedures to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment.
- Attending meetings and participating in training and development sessions at the school or at other training organizations.
- Maintaining order amongst your pupils by enforcing rules for good behavior.
- Creating a classroom environment where pupils work together to achieve their learning goals.
- Helping and supporting individual pupils as required and encouraging them to research topics themselves.
- Keeping a register of pupils’ attendance, set assignments and homework, mark pupils work, record completion, write progress reports and carry out continuous assessment.
- Taking responsibility for the individual’s progress and development, feeding this information back to your Head of Department.
- Meeting with parents, guardians or carers to discuss their child/children’s progress in Science and determine learning priorities and any needed resources.
- If required, give feedback to any relevant external bodies concerning the progress, behaviour and child protection issues.

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