Positions Teaching EFL in Thailand

Date posted:2010-07-01 | Writer: Mahathai Suksa Khon Kaen | Email: [email protected]

Two positions are available for an early start: one for a primary teacher, another for a secondary teacher. Candidates must be from a Western native English speaking country, have a genuine university degree, TEFL/TESOL certificate and experience in Thailand. Work in a dynamic environment where there is genuine collaboration with the Thai staff and real opportunity to be contribute to reshaping the program to deliver measurably improved results. Ideally candidates will demonstrate a strong commitment to the region.

Both roles involve 20 contact hours a week of English teaching and an 8-4 day 5 days week, with occasional requirements outside of those hours. Non B visa, work permit and medical insurance provided. Khon Kaen is a very livable provinical city with good amenities, affordable housing and easy transportation.
The primary role involves teaching P5 and P4 boys and needs a teacher with confidence, dedication and above average professional skills.
The secondary role could be lead teacher either of M5 or M1 mixed classes depending on the teacher's interest and experience and requires very strong teaching skills.
Please apply by email to the address given on the job heading, or call me on 0806110067. I regret only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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 was very helpful in describing the parts of speech that make up each sentence. One specific item that really helped me was the location of adverbs in a sentence. Example: \"He ate his lunch quickly.\" I would have normally written it as \"He quickly ate his lunch.\" I also wasn't familiar with adverbs of degree or frequency. I will definitely continue to refresh and refine the course content covered in this unit.I really enjoyed learning about different styles of lesson planning. I taught abroad before but I and the other teachers were not given a detailed breakdown of teaching strategies, especially for student at different levels. Thus I had to learn how to engage the students via trial and error. However, this unit was very helpful and showed be new ways of keeping students engaged and keeping a steady flow in the classroom.