EFL Teachers Needed in Various Locations in Thailand

Date posted:2018-11-08 | Writer: Shane English School | Email: [email protected]

Apply now to work in a well set up school where you can really make a difference in your students' lives. Shane English School is a well-established and highly respected chain of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) schools. We place great emphasis on providing a high quality, excellent value, and caring service to our students. We have schools across Thailand, but are currently looking for full-time teachers to work in Bangkok, Chonburi and Rayong. We are looking for qualified, fun, energetic and hard-working individuals seeking a fresh challenge to join our team.

Shane is a language school catering mainly to children and teenagers, you may also have adult and kindergarten classes. A lot of the teaching hours will be after school and at the weekend.

We are a professional school and have already prepared tests and course guides. We have maximum class sizes of 10 students and place students according to their level which we check before they join the school.

We pay hourly so it's possible to make over 65,000 baht / month but we guarantee that you won't make under 40,320baht. You will also be given academic support. There is a comprehensive training week prior to teachers starting teaching. The training will include workshops and an opportunity to observe experienced teachers.


• Visa and work permit

• THB 40,320 – THB 65,000 per month

• Performance related bonuses

• Regular 5 day working week

• Western management

• Structured curriculum

• Great working environment


• Native level speaker

• Experience with children

• Bachelors Degree

• 1 year commitment

• TEFL certificate (CELTA/TESOL preferred)


I'm very interested to hear from you ASAP. Please send your CV/resume and a recent professional photograph to the email address given on the job heading.        

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Future tenses are more complex tenses than the other tenses.They all are related to each other and have nearly same usage and functions.For example, If you are studying future simple, you must also learn if there is another tense that can be used instead of future simple.You must really learn all future tenses to understand the similarities and differences between all future tenses.This unit continues with our examination of the english grammar. We look at past tenses and the four sub categories that comprise it - past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. Examples of usage are discussed as well as frequent student errors that commonly encountered. Games and activities for encouraging proper use of these tenses are also considered.