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Position teaching TEFL in Songkhla, Thailand- Near The Beach!
Date posted:2006-11-09 | Writer: Woranari Chaloem | Email: email@example.com
Teachers should possess a degree and TEFL certification. Qualified teachers will receive a salary of 30, 000 baht per month. Non-B Visa and Work Permit are paid for and extended to 1 year as per your contract. We also offer 5 weeks paid holiday leave per year taken during semester breaks. We also pay for medical insurance as per all other school employees You will be asked to obtain a Thai MOE teachers license which we will assist you with.
Teaching hours should be around 18 per week, mostly speaking and listening courses, and will comprise no more than two different levels/courses. Textbooks are provided for most levels though you will be called upon to create your own activities for non-course classes. Fulltime hours are 8am-4pm Monday to Friday.
The school is your typical happy-go-lucky government matayom (secondary) school, with standard class sizes. The positions offered are within the mainstream programme and not the English Billingual Programme which advertises separately.
Most teachers enjoy the lifestyle Songkhla allows. It is a laidback town, with good ex-pat amenities, Hatyai 40 minutes away is a larger city that has good shopping facilities. Songkhla has three beaches one of which is within view of the school buildings! It is a safe place for foreigners and is not associated with any of the troubles further South.
To apply please attach your resume (preferably a traditional Word document or PDF format rather than an online one), and a cover letter which should state what your most realistic ability to meet with school representitives in person is. Please also provide a telephone number at which you can be reached. We would also appreciate a recent passport-style photograph attatched to your application.
Please apply via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants who do not meet the school's qualification requirements or definition of "native speaker" will not be considered or receive a reply.