EFL Teaching Vacancies in Thailand

Date posted:2012-02-07 | Writer: The Best Language Center | Email: [email protected]

We are currently looking to hire TEFL qualified teachers who are interested in teaching English in Thai public high schools and kindergartens for the Academic Year 2012-2013, with the start date of May 2012.  This is a tremendous opportunity for newly qualified and experienced teachers wanting to gain professional teaching experience in a country that is known for its gracious culture.    Requirements Native speaker of English Maximum ages 40 years. Bachelor’s degree in any field 100 hour TESL Diploma, ,TEFL, TESOL, Cambridge CELTA or other recognized teaching certificates, or a Bachelor of EducationPlease forward following documents for our attentions to the e-mail address given on the job heading:   Resume  Recent photo and a full length photo  Copy of your passport (photo and details page)  Copy of your Bachelor’s Degree  Other copies of TEFL certificates, or others that might be relevant to teaching  Police clearance certificate (if any)    Benefits: 30,000 - 40,000 baht salary per month (Excluded personal income TAX & Social security fund/after TAX) End of Contract bonus up to 10,000 baht. Guaranteed yearly 10% salary increase minimum. Provide medical insurance. 1-2 weeks paid vacation. All Thai government holidays off with pay (13-15 days annually)    * These are mandatory government holidays in addition to the paid vacation. 2-4 Paid personal/sick days (unused personal days reimbursed at 500 baht per day at end of contract). Assistance in obtaining a Non-B visa (Teacher must provide proper documentation-Original degree/TEFL). Visa extension, work permit, and teacher’s license paid by company. Provide "Thai Culture Course" for Work Permit/Visa paid by company.     Assistance (if needed) in locating housing.     Airport pickup. (if needed)    Working Conditions: Teaching hours range from 18-22 a week, may vary on a school per school basis. Class sizes range from 35-45 students per class. Teachers will work Monday through Friday from 7:50 am to 4.30 pm. In some schools, foreign teachers may teach side by side with a Thai teacher. In other cases they will be solely responsible for their classes. This is up to the discretion of the school.   The first semester runs from May 2012 to October 2012.   The second semester runs from November 2012 to March 2013.    Responsibilities: Teach assigned subjects to assigned classes as per schedule provided. Prepare lessons plan to meet the class English levels. Maintain weekly office hours. Maintain student grading/assessment. Attend office meetings or professional development held during office hours (if/when needed).    1st Semester : May 2012 - October 2012.    2nd Semester : November 2012 - March 2013    List below are our available positions.    Provinces Locations    Phitsanulok Lower Northern    Nakhon Sawan Lower Northern    Pathum Thani Central    Chachoengsao Eastern    Prachin Buri Eastern    Chonburi Eastern    Sakon Nakorn North-Eastern

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


I felt this unit gave me a descriptive overview on how to teach the English grammar to students in a way that they will understand. There were great examples that were given and the explanation of the “why” made it so I will have success in teaching my students. Although I am a native English speaker, this unit was a great refresh and learning exercise to remind myself with specific grammar.In this unit I learned of the pros and cons of using course books to each a class as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using created or authentic materials. I learned of the stability and provided structure made available by the course books, as well as how comprehension of an authentic piece from a newspaper or magazine can provide a boost in confidence for a moderately proficient student.