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Opportunity teaching TEFL in Bangkok, Thailand
Date posted:2004-03-03 | Writer: Kids Square | Email: email@example.com
It is our aim to provide our students with specifically designed courses, which reflect the needs of the individual-using flexible, fun and practical methods both in school and at our centre.
We also provide courses for companies and private organizations that require their personnel to be at least bilingual. The employability of people largely depends upon their academic qualification, linked to their ability to communicate in at least one foriegn language.
Our business mission is based on the concept of giving our student: the highest quality of professionalism at fair price within a comfortable, friendly learning and warm environment where everybody works as part of a team.
All our teachers must be resourceful, good humored and practical who are acutely aware of the demands of teaching to second language learners.
Kids Square compensations:
1.One year renewable contract
2.Gross salary 31, 000 Baht
3.Approximately 19 public holidays and 12 Chrismas holidays
4.Life insurance, accident insurance and medical insurance (in patient only)
5.Work permit and teacher certificate are provided.
6.Airport pickup and help with accommodation.
1.Applicants must have bachelor degree plus TEFL/TESOL certificate or equivalent.
2.Experience for teaching English to young leaner(ages 3-12 years old) is a plus.
3.Applicants must be Native English Speaker.(Engliah, American and Canadian nationality preferred)
Applicants have to email us the following supporting documents.
1.Curriculum vitae in detail
2.Educational certificates such as 4 years degree, TEFL/TESOL certificate etc.
3.Photo taken within 6 months
For more information, please contact:
314 Sukhumvit Rd, Soi 22, Klongteoy, Klongteoy, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
Fax:(662)6630617 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org , Attention: Ms. Wannaporn S.
Deadline: April 30, 2004