Position Teaching EFL in Thailand

Date posted:2018-05-10 | Writer: Saparachenee School | Email: [email protected]

Saparachenee School at Trang province in the South of Thailand is looking for 3 energetic and dynamic EFL teachers for the next school semester - starting immediately. Flexibility and motivation are of greater value than extensive experience. The applicant should be able to encourage and inspire students to love learning and excel in the subject area of English.


- Native level English speakers from UK, US, Australia, NZ, Canada and South Africa

- TEFL/CELTA/TESOL certificate

- University degree


- Salary packages 30,000 - 33,000 baht/ month depending on your qualifications

- Assistance in finding and securing accommodation

- Non-B Visa (working Visa) assistance

- English speaking Thai consultants offering 24/7 assistance

- Contracts with the option of renewing

- Assistance in obtaining a ATM/ Bank account in Thailand


Interested candidates are invited to apply via email at the address given on the job heading with your following;

- Resume/CV

- One minute introductory video and state why you want to teach in Thailand

- Copy of the photo page of passport

- Copy of degree and official transcripts, TEFL/TESOL certificate (if you have)

- Updated criminal record check (may be submitted later)        

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 focuses on the teachers' need to evaluate their students' English, as a clear way of measuring or assessing progress and language capabilities. It lists and explains the different types of testing and evaluation tools a teacher can use along with its strengths and weaknesses. Lastly, it also presents some of the English language's external assessments done around the world.During this unit i have learned about conditionals & reporting speech, i have learned the different ways in which the five conditionals are used and ideas on how to teach them. I have also seen how the students may find the difference between direct speech and reported speech difficult as present turns to past only in some direct to reported speeches, where as others remain the same.