Full-time Job Teaching EFL in Thailand

Date posted:2016-11-03 | Writer: English Home | Email: [email protected]

English Home is an established English Language School based in Kanchanaburi, Ratchaburi and Suphanburi. We specialize in teaching of English literacy. We are seeking interested EFL teachers for a full-time position: (5 days per week – 3 weekdays plus Saturday and Sunday) starting immediately. Come and join us to make learning a rewarding experience.

Job description:

+ Teach English for Conversation including listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar skills to students from Kindergarten to adult.

+ To teach and run the class as per school lesson plans and objectives. (Lesson plans are ready for you to follow)

+ Motivated and responsible individuals who are able to motivate students to learn and build their potential

+ Join with school activities and outings

+ To be based in Ban-Pong, Ratchaburi


+ A bachelor’s degree or higher

+ Native level English speaker - TEFL /TESOL qualifications very much preferred.

+ Motivated and responsible individuals

+ Able to work on weekends and commute between branches

+ 5 working days/week (3 weekdays plus Saturday and Sunday)

+ Energetic and experienced in teaching or working with children

+ Professional manner and polite at work

+ A team player, easy to work along with Thai and foreign staff


1.) Monthly salary of 30,000 – 35,000 baht

2.) Transport allowance when commuting between branches

3.) Paid public holiday

4.) Visa extension and work permit provided

5.) Housing allowance

6.) Orientation and training about school, curriculums and lesson planning

7.) Contract renewal is possible (based on the performance)


Email us at the address given on the job heading with your resume, education certificates, and attach a recent photo. Please indicate your availability.  

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 focused more on how to utilize two of the four basic skills in learning a language: Reading and Listening. Up until this chapter, I had a simplistic and straightforward understanding of these receptive skills, especially listening. I thought it only accomplished one goal, and that was it. This chapter clearly showed that I must have a deeper understanding of these basic skills.The unit discussed the many different parts of speech that exist in the English language. It goes over how each part of speech behaves and how those behaviors are modified by the various other parts of speech. The most obvious thing I learned from this chapter is how to explain the function of parts of speech which before, were so second nature that I didn’t realize I couldn’t.