Opportunities For EFL Teachers in Thailand

Date posted:2014-06-03 | Writer: Findworkabroad | Email: [email protected]

Findworkabroad has great opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers who want to work in Thailand. We have openings in many provinces including: Chantaburi, Nakhon, Ratchasima, Lopburi, Phichit, Prachinburi, Nakon Sawan, Kamphaeng Phet and Phetchabun. The schools are kindergartens, elementary schools and secondary schools. You will be introduced to the schools depending on your qualifications and suitability. All the positions require you to be native level speakers of English with Bachelor’s Degree and TEFL / TESOL.


The salary is 25,000 Baht per month. Non Immigrant B visa and work permit will be processed for you.  The working schedule is 18-25 teaching hours a week, 7:30 AM-16:30PM during the weekdays. Weekends off. The class sizes range from 24-45 students per class with air conditioned classrooms. All teaching materials are supplied by the school. Classrooms are equipped with LCD projectors.

Most positions require one year contract, although some can accept a 5 months contract. Before you start to take the classes, you are required to take a "Thai Culture Course" for free, but you should pay for the accommodation by yourself.

To apply:

Contact us at the email address given on the job heading in the first instance.

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 added more grammar after the present tense unit. It showed the differences between the four types of the past tenses and when and how to use each tense of them. It provided examples of how will students practice in class. Past tense unit gave also examples of the errors and mistakes that the student can make. It was really beneficial and added really good information about past tense.I learned that there are many specific types of verbs, nouns, adjectives, and etc. In order to teach them correctly, I must understand each concept, and how I can apply it to a lesson. It is very complex to explain these terms, and I feel as though ITTT's course material explained everything thoroughly. I did learn all of these concepts in grade school, but it was great to review this material.