Job Teaching Young Learners EFL in Thailand

Date posted:2016-09-12 | Writer: Banmaireab School | Email: [email protected]

Banmaireab School has an opening in Kathu, Phuket, for 1 Full time TEFL qualified kindergarten teacher to work in their English Programme (FEMALE ONLY). 15 contact hours per week. Daily hours are from 07.30 to 15.30 Experience preferred but not essential as training given relating to the school curriculum and teaching materials.


TESOL/TEFL/CELTA (120 HOURS). Must be Native English Speaker from UK/Eire/USA/Can/Aus/NZ/SA (with TOEIC) and hold a University Degree.(Successful applicants from South Africa will be required to take a TOEIC exam if they do not already hold a certificate less than 2 years old). These are contractual stipulations set out by our local government employers and non-negotiable.


Salary: Starting salary of 38 000 THB per month. (40 000 after probation) plus contract completion bonus.

20 days paid holiday (PRO RATA) per year. 5 paid sick days. Accident insurance with AIA. End of contract bonus (payable with final salary).

Start Date: November 1st 2016- October 31st 2016 (Please note the whole month of April is unpaid leave).


Email a cover letter to the address given on the job heading (FAO RECRUITMENT) stating why you would like to work at Banmaireab School and what skills you feel you can bring to the job. Please attach current CV (including passport photo) detailing any relevant experience together with scanned copies of your university degree certificate, TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certificate and current police check if available. If you do not have a police check from your home country then please start the application now - you will need this anywhere you wish to work with children.

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.


It was interesting to learn about conditionals and understand the difference between the various types such as second and third conditionals. Useful exercises for teaching students conditionals include splitting sentences as well as completing the conditionals in sentences. A chain conditional game can be a fun way to help teach students the concepts and involve all students of the class.Writing and speaking are very important parts of learning a new language. Depending on the students' background, the writing and speaking of a new language can be extremely difficult for students to learn. Being detail oriented is very important when learning a new language. I learned many games and activities that would help students get engaged in the activities of speaking and writing.