Job Teaching English in Thailand (4)

Date posted:2016-01-14 | Writer: Sarasas schools | Email: [email protected]

Now is your chance to use your TEFL skills working for one of the prestigious Sarasas schools. We are seeking many teachers for our new and existing schools across Thailand. These opportunities are open to native speakers of English and other speakers of English. Filipino teachers must have a degree in education.

Some of the benefits are:

Full time positions teaching- on average up to 24 periods per week

Competitive salary (to be advised at the interview only)

Health care

Accommodation or accommodation allowance (dependent on school)

Fully paid holidays

Visa and work permit (providing you have the correct documentation)

…..and of course the privilege of working for Sarasas.


Resume with recent photo

Copy of the main page of your passport (to confirm nationality)

State when you are available to start and when you are available for an interview.

Further requirements upon interview;

We shall need to see your original degree and transcripts (if no degree, then any other qualifications)

Priority will be given to native speakers of English.


Please contact us at the email address given on the job heading.


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 has a great deal of information that I need for my current one on one VIP student. He has been staying in California for 18 month now, but still struggling with third person singular in present simple. Maybe I can borrow the idea of drawing a table from the training manual and list out some examples of frequently used third person singular. He could really benefit from that table.In this unit, the focus is on the different ways and aspects of classroom management. Areas of studies covered here include the arrangement of your classroom, how to create or establish rapport, or good working environment with your students, when and how to correct your students, how to address your students in the classroom as well as the complex nature of classroom discipline. Thank you.