Native Level English Teachers Needed in Thailand

Date posted:2017-11-30 | Writer: Shane English School Thailand | Email: [email protected]

Shane English School is a well-established and highly respected chain of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) schools. Apply now to work in a well set up school where you can really make a difference in your students' lives. We have schools across Thailand and have regular opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. We place great emphasis on providing a high quality, excellent value, and caring service to our students.

Shane is a language school catering mainly to children and teenagers, although you may also have adult and kindergarten classes. A lot of the teaching hours will be after school and at the weekend. We are looking for qualified and hard-working individuals seeking a fresh challenge to join our team.

We are a professional school: We have already prepared tests, course guides and we offer academic support. We have maximum class sizes of 10 students and we place students according to their level which we check before they join the school.

We pay hourly so it's possible to make over 80,000 baht / month but we guarantee that you won't make under 40,320 Baht/month.


• Visa and work permit

• THB 40,320 – THB80,000 per month

• Performance related bonuses

• Regular 5 day working week

• Western management

• Structured curriculum

• Great working environment


• Native level English speaker

• Experience with children

• BA Degree

• 1 year commitment

• TEFL certificate  (CELTA/ TESOL preferred)


I'm very interested to hear from you ASAP. To apply, please send your CV/resume and a recent professional photograph to 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.


As I have taught English before, Knowing having the right tone of voice and good gesture is very important in the class, but this session has taught me grouping students, classroom arrangement and also how to discipline is not something I have thought about before. Also I found giving instruction section s very useful too, especially the ways to make giving instruction more effective.Started noticing some similarities in rules and usage with present and past tense. Additional literature is definitely a must to expand your knowledge with the past tense, especially to have a comprehensive list with all the irregular verbs. The unit points out common mistakes, which I first-hand experienced teaching here in Kyrgyzstan. The unit also gives great sample teaching ideas.