Full Time EFL Teaching Position in Nonthaburi, Thailand

Date posted:2013-08-06 | Writer: Training Consultant Center | Email: [email protected]

We require a native level English speaking EFL teacher for a school in Nonthaburi, near Rama 7 bridge, on the outskirts of Bangkok. The position is to teach English to secondary students. There are 20 to 22 lessons per week with contract hours from 7.45am until 4.00pm. The contract is to start immediately and will run until the end of February. The salary is 35,000 baht gross per month. Work permit provided.


Native English speakers only (U.K. U.S.A. Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa).

We will only accept applicants from the countries listed above.

Should have a bachelor's degree and TEFL /TESOL certificate.

Some teaching experience essential.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

If you are interested and meet the requirements please send your resume and recent photo to the email address given on the job heading, or call on 083 064 3915 or 083 704 3854.

(Please quote reference; Nontnes)

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.


This unit was about the teaching of production skills, in others words writing and speaking. It gave many concerete examples of important factors to consider when teaching, and how best to satisfy these. Furthermore, there was a solid selection of games that is sure to come in handy. However, I do think that there being one common video for this unit and the last made things needlessly confusing.This unit taught me the importance of productive skills. Furthermore, it taught me the importance of things like: controlled speaking activities, guided speaking activities, and creative activities. When I am teaching I know I need to have a variety of different types of activities for my students, some where I control the language more, and some where the students are in control of the language.