Job For TEFL Certified Teacher in Thailand

Date posted:2014-07-07 | Writer: Darasamuth Phuket School | Email: [email protected]

Darasamuth School in Phuket has a position available for a Primary School EFL Teacher (P5-P6) beginning in August 2014. There is also the opportunity to teach sport and learning support classes to P1-P6 students on the English Programme. Applicants are expected to have a Bachelor’s Degree and TEFL qualification as a minimum. We provide a work permit and health insurance contributions as well as lunch each day.

There will be between 25 and 35 students in each class. It is essential that you have excellent classroom management ability and experience in teaching this age group. We are looking for dedicated professionals who are committed to teaching and learning. You should be an independent, well-organised teacher who is able to work effectively as a member of a supportive team. 

You should be a native English speaker from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Canada or the USA. Native English speakers from South Africa need to have a recent passing score in a TOEIC exam or equivalent.

Contact hours are 20 sessions per week. Each session is 45-50 minutes long. Working hours are 7.30am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday. Salary is at least 35,000 baht per month, increasing dependent on qualifications and experience. A further 5,000 baht per month is available for teachers teaching in the extra class (4pm-5pm).

In order to be shortlisted for an interview, copies of the following documents should be submitted by email to Stephen Brady at the address given on the job heading:

1. CV / Resume

2. Passport ID page

3. Degree certificate

4. Teaching certificate (TEFL / TESOL / CELTA..)

5. Police clearance document (CRB etc.)

6. Details of 2 referees who are able to comment on your ability as a teacher

Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications, only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted.

Thank you for your interest.

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 briefly covered some of the potential problems that an English teacher may come across in a classroom. It also looked at some of the common ways that teachers have found helpful in solving these problems. These problems were things such as first lessons/establishing rapport, students at various levels, large classrooms, or students who are reluctant to participate, among other things.This unit is a good introduction to the course. It is basic, simple, yet informative and concise. It gives a pretty comprehensive idea of what a perfect teacher should be like. The part on balance of teacher versus student being the center of the class is important and very relevant. Overall, I am satisfied with what I have learned in the unit. Also, it is quite brief, which makes life easier.